Bayer Leverkusen mentor Xabi Alonso has hailed Victor Boniface as a total player following one more remarkable execution by the Nigerian striker throughout the end of the week.
Boniface scored in every half to assist Leverkusen with beating recently advanced Darmstadt 5-1 in a German Bundesliga experience that occurred at the BayArena on Saturday.
Boniface subsequent to being set up by Jeremie Frimpong opened the scoring with a brilliant independent exertion on 21 minutes, cutting through the Darmstadt protection before exquisitely chipping the goalkeeper.
Darmstadt balanced not long after, Exequiel Palacios scored straight after half-time to make it 2-1 while Boniface got his support with a help from Florian Wirtz in the 61st moment.
Boniface from there on went from scorer to supplier with the 23-year-old setting up Jonas Hofmann to score the fourth objective for Leverkusen in the 67th moment of the German first class tie.
Mentor Alonso after the match commended an amazing execution by the recently welcomed Super Birds striker while addressing the authority site of Leverkusen on Sunday.
“Victor isn’t just a decent striker, he is a finished player. What’s more, you can see on and off the pitch, then, at that point, he gets on very well with his partners,” the Spaniard said.
Boniface likewise talked after the triumph. “We are extremely cheerful about the success. We fit in all around well with one another and on the off chance that we continue like this, we will have parcels more satisfaction together,” the Nigerian said.
Boniface, who cost around £20m to buy from Association Holy person Gilloise this late spring, scored his most memorable association objectives for Leverkusen in a 3-0 win away to Borussia Monchengladbach last end of the week.
He got in the German Cup in a 8-0 win over Teutonia and stowed a help on his Bundesliga debut when Leverkusen started their 2023/24 season by beating RB Leipzig 3-2 at the BayArena.
The Nigerian striker has previously arrived at seven objective commitments in just four appearances across all contests for his new German club-side.