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Kayode Olanrewaju vows to score goals for Austria Vienna

27 July 2015, 14:48

Vienna - Kayode Olanrewaju has put the success of Austria Vienna ahead of personal glory and was delighted that he was part of the squad that defeated Wolfsberger AC 2 - 0 in their Bundesliga opener despite not scoring on his league debut.

The former Flying Eagles striker is hoping to open his goalscoring account in future matches, starting from this weekend's clash at home to Rheindorf Altach.

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''I feel so great making my debut. I'm not disappointed that I did not score, why should I?'' said Kayode Olanrewaju to news24.

''At least I caused the penalty resulting in the first goal for The Violets. I am happy, I am looking forward for my goals because it will come.''

Domestically, Austria Vienna have not picked up any silverware for the past two years but Kayode Olanrewaju wants to assist the capital outfit win trophies this season by scoring goals aplenty.

''The club's target is to get as many trophies as possible, I want to score as many goals as possible, '' the Austria Vienna number 8 concluded.

Kayode Olanrewaju was in action for 90 minutes against Wolfsberger AC on Sunday evening.

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