Nigerian striker Chisom Egbuchulam rescued a point for Suwon City in the K-League 2 on Monday as they faced Asan Mugunghwa at the Yishunsin Stadium (Asan).
The former Enugu Rangers, Haecken and Falkenberg star tormented the Asan Mugunghwa backline with his speed and power which drew applauds from the home fans.
Suwon City’s Chisom Egbuchulam relentlessly grabbed the opener with a magnificent touch.
Fifth placed Asan Mugunghwa levelled matters through Tae-Ryeol Yang with a sublime finish.
Chisom Egbuchulam has taken his season’s tally to 12 goals in 22 appearances with 11 matches to end the season.
He has also increased his tally as the Nigerian with the highest goals in the history of the K-League 2.
Suwon City are currently in sixth spot in the table, but were as high as third at one point this season. Their major problem has been inconsistency. They are currently going through a patch of not having won in their past five outings.
One bright spot for them this season has been the play of their Nigerian winger Chisom Egbuchulam, who has found the net a total of 12 times after his brace against the Green Wolves. Having been involved in more than a third of the team’s total goals this season, he is a vital piece of their attack moving forward.