Musa Barrow’s Bologna held by Cagliaria in Italian Serie A

Jul 3, 2020, 12:20 PM | Article By: Lamin Darboe

Gambian budding Musa Barrow’s Bologna football club were held to a 1-1 by Cagliaria in the 2019-2020 Italian Serie A on Wednesday.

Barrow’s side beat Sampdoria 2-1 over the weekend to boost their hopes of qualifying for UEFA Europa League next season.

He and his team were keen to secure vital three points against Cagliaria to improve their chances of qualifying for UEFA Europa League next season but the match ended 1-1.

Barrow and his Bologna team will play away to Italian Serie A heavy-weight Intermilan on Sunday at San Siro Stadium.

The club will scuffle to triumph over Intermilan to increase their chances of qualifying for UEFA Europa League season.

Meanwhile, Gambian youngster Ebrima Colley’s Atalanta will play away to Cagliaria on Sunday.

Colley and his Atalanta side will brawl to beat Cagliaria to maintain their dreams of qualifying for UEFA Champions League next season after securing a spot in the quarterfinal of this year’s competition after their 7-4 win over Spanish side Valencia in the knock-out phase of the annual championship.

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