Mohamed Amoura’s season started quickly with his new club, Union Saint-Geloise, by scoring 4 goals in 5 official matches.
Amoura had moved in the last summer Mercato from Swiss club Lugano to the Saint-Geloise team, active in the Belgian Pro League.
The Algerian international participated in the first two matches of the Belgian Pro League as a substitute, where he entered in the 63rd minute in the match that ended in a 2-2 draw against the defending champion Royal Antwerp, and against Genk in the 67th minute, which ended in a 2-0 loss for his team.
Amoura’s first goal this season was in his team’s match in the first round of the Europa League against Toulouse, where he participated as a substitute for the third time in a row.
Since the match with Toulouse in the Europa League, Union Saint-Gilloise coach started Amoura for the first time in their match against Cercle Brugge in the third round of the Belgian Pro League, which ended with two goals to zero in favor of Union by the signing of the Algerian fast boy.
He also scored his fourth goal since joining Saint-Gilloise in the match against RWD Molenbeek in the last round of the Belgian League, and the match ended with the Unionists winning by 3 goals to 2.
Amoura and his team, Union Saint-Geloise, will face Sporting Charleroi, for which the other Algerian Adam Zorgane plays, tomorrow, October 1st, for the fifth round of the Belgian Pro League.