Morocco based Zebras striker Tumisang Orebonye scored his first goal for Olympique Club de Khouriba (OCK) this past weekend in a 2-1 win over Raja Beni Mellal (RBM) in the Botola 2 (Moroccan First Division) league.
Orebonye made a clever run in the opposition box to meet a well threaded pass from his countryman Seakanyeng before side footing the ball past the RBM goalkeeper. Seakanyeng has been deployed in a left attacking role whereby he has used his pace, trickery and eye for goal to good effect for the club in the last few games.
His ability to glide past defenders brought attention to him while Orebonye ran undetected to score a well planned move in the eighth minute. Seakanyeng could have doubled OCK’s lead in the 22nd minute as he was unmarked on the edge of the box, however he could not keep his effort down as his wayward shot flew past the bar.
In the 68th minute Seakanyeng then displayed good vision as he provided an assist for fellow midfielder Najib Mouatani who weaved through the RBM defence to double his side’s lead with a curling effort. RBM then scored in the 87th minute but they could not mount yet another meaningful attack to change the result.
In general the Zebras pair has formed a great telepathic understanding for OCK as they have combined goal involvements of three goals and two assists between them in the last two games. In last weekend’s 3-2 win over UTS Rabat Orebonye provided an assist for Seakanyeng’s last minute winner but this time around the winger returned the favour.