Gambian foreign-based players weekend roundup week 42

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Kebba Sambou

By: Bubacarr Fallaboweh 

Serie A

Musa Barrow scored from 40 yards as Bologna trailed Napoli 3-2. Barrow, who missed the last two league games, registered his second season goal and played the full throttle.

Ligue2

Saikou Touray was an unused substitute in Grenoble’s 3-0 victory at the Stade René Gaillard against Chamois Niortais.

Ablie Jallow and Metz played a frustrating draw against Sochaux.

Germany

Hamburg SV was defeated after losing in the Stadtbery against FC St Pauli. Goals from Smith, Harrel, and Otto were enough for the host as the visitor’s captain, Schonlua, was sent off in the 28th minute.

Belgium

Zulte Waregem and Alieu Fadera registered the much-needed win in the

DeDerby against KV Kortrijk in the Belgian Jupiler Pro League . The scores ended 3-1. Fadera lasted the entire duration.

Denmark

Alasana Manneh was handed a start alongside Yankuba Minteh, who has kept his position in the last three matches. This was the former La Masia player’s second match. Minteh, who gave the host defenders a nightmare, had his goal reversed for offside. However, he went on to be voted as man of the match. Alasana Jatta was introduced by the host in the 77th as they surged for a winner in the game, which eventually ended goallessly.

Yankuba Minteh

 

Estonia

Tallinna Kalev edged Paide by a 2-1 scoreline at the city stadium. Foday Darboe, Bubacarr Tambedou, and Ebrima Jarju were all handed a start. Gambian international goalkeeper Ebrima saved Yakovlev penalty in the 22nd minute.

Faroe Island

Muhammed Samba scored his seventh league goal in Rúnavik as they beat Runavik FC 3-2. The results meant B68 Toftir has maintained its league status in the BetriDeildin Premier league.

Senegal

Teungueth FC opened the 2022/2023 season at the Stade Ngalandou Diouf with a 1-0 win over AS Douanes. Kebba Sambou was handed a start before being replaced by Mohammed Sawaneh.

Boubacar’s Fall 94’minute goal proved to be the match-winner. Gregory Sambou and his side were handed a defeat by GenerationFoot.

South Korea

Ulsan Hyundai is champions of the K-League for the first time since 2005. Modou Barrow provided his fifth assist of the season as goals from Cho Gue-Seung & Kim Jin-kyu secured Jeonbuk a 2-1 victory over Jeju

UAE

A late goal from Dembo Darboe guided Al Nasr to get a crucial 1-1 draw against Bani Yas in match week 6 of the ADNOC Pro League on Sunday. Darboe grabbed the equalizer in the 86th minute when he picked up the ball inside the box and skipped past a defender before firing a shot into the bottom corner.

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