19-year-old Enes Ünal, owned by Manchester City and currently on loan at FC Twente, is again making waves in the Eredivisie.
The Turkish international striker was an instant hit in the Netherlands, but recently endured a six-match goal drought spanning over two months until he bagged a long distance goal against ADO Den Haag a week ago.
Tonight, the talented young striker struck again, putting Twente 2-0 up against Willem II on the stroke of half-time.
It was a majestic effort by Ünal, who is capable of poacher’s goals and long range strikes, this one definitely falling into the latter category.
— Dutch Goals And More (@DutchGoalsAMore) March 4, 2017
With 13 league goals to his name in Holland now, just how far can Ünal go? Will he make it at Manchester City? Though the Blues already possess some great strike options in the form of Sergio Agüero, Gabriel Jesus and Kelechi Iheanacho, Ünal’s skill set may interest Pep Guardiola, who it was recently reported is looking at Swansea striker, Fernando Llorente, to give him the option of a target man next season.