Olunga who scored a hat-trick against La Palmas on January 13, came as a second-half substitute in Malaga match, but could not rescue his side from dropping two points.
The former Gor Mahia man wrote his name in the history books when he came off the bench in place for the injured Stuani, and bagged a fantastic hat-trick in Girona’s 6-0 bashing of La Palmas a fortnight ago.
The Kenyan international moved to Girona on loan from Chinese Super League outfit Ghuizhou Zhicheng, becoming only the second Kenyan to play in the Spanish top flight after McDonald Mariga.
Olunga has so far made seven La Liga appearances, of which only two were starts.
Girona are currently lying ninth, 26 points adrift of leaders, Barcelona who are top of the summit with 58 points from 20 matches.