Paul Onuachu could be stripped of penalty duties at Racing Genk after missing three of his last four for the club.
His latest spot-kick miss for the club had come on Sunday in a 2-0 loss to Charleroi in the Belgium Jupiler Pro League.
With the hosts leading by a solitary goal scored in the 56th minute when Shamr Nicholson converted a Ryota Morioka pass, Genk were awarded a penalty with nine minutes to go.
Having failed to hit the target, Onuachu was handed a lifeline to make things right when the officials adjudged the goalkeeper had moved from his line early, but the Super Eagle still missed.
It was a costly mistake as his team conceded a second goal in the 88th minute courtesy of Ali Gholizadeh.
On September 26, the 27-year-old also missed his penalty, but it mattered less as Genk defeated RFC Seraing 3-0.
Last season, he scored 11 penalties, however, after a recent miss, things are bound to change at the club.
“Last year we applauded Paul for his penalties, he was almost a certainty of success. But now…” John van den Brom told Eleven Sports as quoted by Voetbal24.
“He had already missed one and is now doing so twice. Three of his four penalties failed. We have to think about whether it is time to make someone else responsible for the penalties,” he added.
In the league, Genk are placed eighth with 17 points from the 11 matches they have played. Five have been wins, with two ending in draws, while four have been defeats. They have further scored 21 goals and conceded 17.