Scored a goal in the match against Persib Bandung two days ago, Lerby Eliandri equalized his record to Fernando Soler's record who scored 15 goals in a season for Borneo FC Samarinda.

Leaving one more game before the competition ended, the chance of this striker of Borneo FC Samarinda to book a new record is quite big.

In this season, Lerby is able to prove his capacity as a goal machine of Pesut Etam. Despite of his status as a local player, his achievement beats the achievements of Shane Smeltz who only scored five goals for Borneo FC Samarinda.

Considering Lerby's good performance that continues to go up, it is not impossible for him to become the top scorer of Borneo FC Samarinda in one season. Moreover, he only needs to score into Arema FC's goal on Saturday (11/11).

The golden opportunity is in front of his eye and he tries to maximize it. This former Bali United's player promises that he will work harder in the match against Singo Edan at Segiri Stadium, Samarinda.

"Me as a player just trying to give the best for Borneo FC Samarinda," said Lerby.

For Lerby, his achievement so far never comes to his mind. Moreover, the fact that he can equate the record of Fernando Soler who was also a good striker for Borneo FC Samarinda when they were competing in the 2014 Divisi Utama.

"What's in my mind is only how to play well in every game, and it's not always easy," he added.

Lerby always gives calm reaction about his goals record, Lerby still want to play well in the match against Singo Edan. Moreover, the game will be the last match for them in this season.

"If there is a chance, I will definitely score a goal in our match against Arema FC. Praise The Lord," hope this Samarinda-born and Toraja blood player.

Asked about the last match against Persib, Lerby reluctantly referred to as a team hero. According to him, all players work hard so that they can finish the match with a victory.

"One goal and one assists that I got is purely as the result of a teamwork, I can not fight alone without my friends on the pitch," he concluded. (RIB/KOK)