Ebrima Colley’s Atalanta clouts Omar Colley’s Sampdoria in Serie A

Jul 10, 2020, 1:16 PM | Article By: Lamin Darboe

Gambian starlet Ebrima Colley’s Atalanta Football Club on Wednesday defeated Omar Colley’s Sampdoria 2-0 in their 2019-2020 Italian Serie A game.

Ebrima Colley and his club were sitting fourth-spot in the Italian top flight league standings prior to their encounter with Omar Colley’s Sampdoria, who were scuffling to stay in the league for another season.

He and his team secured the vital three points after scoring two goals without Omar Colley’s Sampdoria responding to move to third-place in the Italian Serie A standings with 66 points after thirty-one league outings.

Meanwhile, the defeat left Omar Colley’s Sampdoria side two places above the relegation zone with 32 points in thirty-one matches.

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