Jan 24, 2022, 1:24 PM
The 22-year-old Gunjur-born player scored his side’s third and final goal after a wonderful strike in the 61 minutes of the second half after David Kinsombi and Simon Terodde earlier gave Hamburger the lead in the 21th and 39th minutes respectively.
The goal was the second for the Gambian International after nine league games for the Hamburg-based side.
Jatta only played a minor role in Daniel Thioune’s first twelve league games this season due to injury.
“Baka might need a little more warmth and a little more love. He has to be hugged a little more. That helps him and he might also bring a little more horsepower to the road,” said Hamburger SV team Manager, Daniel Thioune.
Bakery Jatta, who did not score at all on the first twelve matches, now scored twice in two consecutive games and his coach Thioune said that Jatta is doing really well at the moment.
The triumph has maintained Bakery Jatta’s side Hamburger SV top spot in the Bundesliga 2 standings with 29 points, while Jahn Regensburg sits 14th position with 17 points after fourteen matches.
Gunjur on Sunday battered Kunkujang 3-0 in their quarter-final match played at the Sifoe Football Field to navigate to the semi-finals of the 2023 Approve Services (APS) sponsored Kombo South District football tournament.
Sheikh Sarr is a young Gambian coaching a Swedish Under 16 category team, Forssa BK. Now residing in Sweden, Sheikh is a passionate football fan who has spent almost his entire life on the sport.
Bai Malley Wada, head coach of Real de Banjul Football Club has expressed optimism that his side will clinch the 2021-2022 Gambia Football Federation (GFF) Division One League title.