Add 100 career goals to the list of milestones achieved by Nigerian striker Segun James Adeniyi.
The 28-year-old joined the list of players to reach a century of goals when he scored for FK Qabala in their 3-1 defeat to Keshla on Wednesday.
Scoring one of the best goals of his international career was a fitting way to enter the “100 Club”, and he wheeled away in delight at ASK Arena in Baku.
It was befitting way for the FC Robo product to end the Azerbaijan Premier League season.
James, who was playing in his 235th game as a professional was unlucky not to score more in the away fixture.
Qabala finished the season at the lower rung of the table.
Despite the poor run of the club, Adeniyi James expressed joy with his achievement on Social Media.
He wrote: “I am delighted to reach 100 career goals. Grateful for all the team work and support so far. Still counting.”
The former Bylis Ballsh, Tomori Berat, Laci, Skënderbeu Korce and Ironi Kiryat Shmona struck four goals for Qabala this term.