Gambian foreign-based players weekend roundup Week 35

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Bakary Jatta
Bakery Jatta has scored four goals in HSV Hamburg’s last three matches, while Ebrima Singateh has found the back of the net in the previous six games.
Germany
Hamburger SV won 1-0 on Bundesliga 2 matchday four against Hannover 96. Bakery Jatta scored in the 69th minute to give HSV a decisive lead. Reis set up Jatta, who fired home with his right foot to send the (20,000)away fans in the left-hand corner of the stands into a frenzy mood.
Czech Republic
Just like Yankuba Minteh, who was handed a starting debut in Feyenoord Rotterdam’s 6-1 victory over Almere City, James Gomez was also given a starting berth in AC Sparta Praha’s home game against  Karviné.
Ebrima Singahteh’s solitary goal in the 65th minute was enough for the visitors to take home all their points. Since joining on loan, Singhateh only failed to score in one game, as he has six goals in seven league matches. Muhammed Sanneh debuted for FK Viktoria Zizkov when he was introduced in the 62nd minute.
Denmark
Alasana Manneh and Odense BK hammered Hvidovre 5-1 on match day six of the Superliga.  It was their second win of the season. Manneh played full throttle.
Alagie Saine played his fifth match in AC Horsen’s 3-0 win over Næstved. Saine made a  return after missing two league matches. AC Horsens are five points shy of the top after only recording three continuous home wins.
Sweden
Lamin Sarr produced a man-of-the-match performance as  Eskilsminne IF beat  Åtvidabergs IF  2-1 away from home. Lamin denied the host in the first half and continued from where he left off by saving two penalties in the match. Eskils are now 12 games unbeaten in Swedish Division 1.
After his hattrick against IFK Malmös, Bubacarr Jobe found the back of the net against IFK Trelleborg in their 3-0 win.
Idrissa Ceesay, Omar Faye, and Modou Manneh won their first silverware with Jaraaf.  Mohamed Welle’s brace handed Stade de Mbour a 2-1 defeat as Jaraaf won its 16 Coupe du Sénégal trophy.
 CAF Confederation preliminary rounds
Gibril Sillah and Azam failed to qualify for the next round following their 4-3 post-match penalty loss. It ended 2-2 on aggregate against Ethiopia’s Bahir Dar Kenema. Sillah missed the host’s second penalty kick.

In Bouaké, Pa Ebou Dampha, Fakebba Dampha, and Lamin Trawally were all handed their debut in CasaSports’ return leg against Étoile Filante De Ouagadougou. It ended 0-0, with the Burkina team going to the next round.

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