On Wednesday, in Udinese’s 1-1 draw with Verona, Isaac successfully opened his Serie A goal account.
After renting to Watford in August, Luca Gotti’s team has achieved success and immediately impressed the hosts.
With the assist of Torgay Arslan, the 25-year-old opened the scoring in the Dacia Arena in the third minute.
In most of Wednesday’s matches, both teams were in the lead until the 83rd minute when Antonin Barak equalized for Verona from the penalty spot.
As the Little Zebras draw for the fourth consecutive time in the top Italian competition, the final strike caused the Little Zebras to lose the highest score.
At the same time, he successfully played 63 minutes, this is his second time to participate in the league this season. On the other hand, Verona had Martin Honra of Cameroon participating in the parade in the first 45 minutes.
Gotti’s team ranks 14th in the standings with 11 points after 10 games-4 points higher than the drop zone.
When Udinese visits Inter Milan for the next Serie A game on Sunday, his first goal will be a success.
The Nigerian striker has been on Vicarage Road since 2016 and moved to Italy to ensure a regular time in Udinese, which is controlled by the Pozo family, the same owner of Watford.
Last season, he scored a goal in 10 Premier League games to help the Hornets qualify for the Premier League.