Gambian foreign-based players weekend roundup week six

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Bakary Jatta

By: Baboucarr Fallaboweh 

Grenoble F38 completed the double over Nîmes following their 2-0 win. The lead came from Phaëton in the 12th minute. Then, the run of play shifted from the left by Saikou Touray, who passed the ball to Abdoulie Sanyang, the fellow Gambian, in turn, put forward a through pass for Matthias to break the deadlock. It was Saikou Touray’s 11th start of the season.

Germany

VfL sent TSG Hoffenheim home with a whopping 5-2 on Saturday afternoon and ensured their fifth home win in a row. Saidy Janko maintained his position in the starting XI to make his 11th appearance.

Hamburg SV, a possible return to Bundesliga, is on course following their 2-0 victory against Hansa Rostock at the Ostseestadion. Bakery Jatta played 86 minutes, created four chances, and had a pass accuracy of 74%.

 Italy

Musa Barrow was introduced in the 72nd minute as Bologna caused a setback for the Viola by winning 2-1. Bologna grabbed their first Stadio Franchi Serie A victory in 13 years. Coach Thiago Motto said Musa Barrow would stay instead of joining Galatasaray in Turkey.

Turkey

The Gambian derby in Ankara ended 2-0 in favor of Ebrima Colley’s Fatih Karagumruk. As a result, Ali Sowe and MKE were handed back-to-back defeats in the Turkish Super League. Ali Sowe and Ebrima Colley started with Colley, lasting for 70 minutes.

Angola

Interclube recorded a massive win against Academica do Lobito by beating them 5-1. Buba Jammeh assisted the first two goals before scoring the fifth.

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