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11/02/2019 - 12:13 BST

Pity They Didn’t Give Me Chance – Liverpool Loanee Delights At Netting In Belgian Clash


Liverpool loanee Taiwo Awoniyi has played down thoughts he took revenge on Gent by helping Mouscron to victory in a Belgian top flight clash on Sunday, but feels it is a shame he was not handed more of a chance by his former club.

The Nigerian attacker spent the first half of the season on loan at Gent from Liverpool, but was used sparingly and was keen to move on in the January window.

Awoniyi was loaned to another Belgian club, in the shape of Mouscron, with whom he spent last term on loan.

And he played his part for Mouscron against Gent on Sunday, scoring and helping his side to record a 2-1 away win.

But the Liverpool loanee has played down thoughts he was out for revenge, though says it was a shame he was not given enough chances at Gent.

"It was an especially nice evening for the whole team", Awoniyi was quoted as saying by Belgian outlet Voetbal Krant when asked if revenge was on his mind.

"To be honest, I did have a hard time at Gent, but I have to keep fighting.

"I had good contact with the first coach and the goalkeeper coach Peter Balette.

"It is just a pity I did not get a chance."

Liverpool snapped up Awoniyi in 2015 and, now 21, the young striker has been sent out on a series of loan stints.

In addition to being on the books at Mouscron and Gent, Awoniyi has also turned out in Germany for FSV Frankfurt and in the Netherlands for NEC Nijmegen.