Anderlecht Coach Still Unhappy With Henry : His Dribbles Are Negative
Published: November 27, 2017
Anderlecht Coach Still Unhappy With Henry : His Dribbles Are NegativeAnderlecht manager Hein Vanhaezebrouck is unhappy with the contribution of Nigeria international Henry Onyekuru in the last two games in the Belgian First Division A, saying his dribbles were negative over the course of ninety minutes.

The Everton loanee is Anderlecht's top scorer in the league with seven goals from fifteen appearances.

''Henry has to stop thinking that he’s only about his goals... The sum of his dribbles must be positive after 90 minutes. Not negative, as now,'' Vanhaezebrouck stated, according to nieuwsblad.be.

''Especially if he has so much space and as little opposition as against Kortrijk, he should avoid simple ball losses.

''Yes, last week against Mouscron he scored the winning goal, but I expect more from him.''

Onyekuru has notched eight goals in all competitions for the Belgian champions, but only three were scored in front of the club's fans at the Stade Constant Vanden Stock in Brussels.

Anderlecht will host Uche Agbo's Standard Liege in the Cup on Wednesday.

Igho Kingsley

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