By Sulayman Bah Gesturing three fingers- hands apart, China-based Gambia striker Bubacarr Trawally wasted no time to announce to the world his second hat-trick in twenty-one days. The on-fire Gambian orchestrated what would later become a goal galore affair scoring three of his club’s six goals in the Chinese League One on Saturday. Netting a succession of goals, it was the sweetest of victory for unbeaten table topping Yanbian FC as they ran riot on Xinjiang Tianshan 6-1. Trawally on loan from Hangzhou Green Town of the Chinese Super League, was snubbed for Gambia’s South Africa Gabon 2017 qualifier opener but his recent strides is laying enough a case to be considered by gaffer Raoul Savoy. Steve who styles himself as ‘Terminator’ disclosed to Foroyaa Sport last month of his audacious plans to hit a goal mark of twenty before the season’s window curtain draws shut. Already he has ballooned in thirteen goals and has nine games to achieve his target. Yanbian lead the table on forty-seven points in twenty-one matches and are yet to tastes a pill of defeat. Elsewhere uncapped Gambian forward Kemo Darboe netted his sixth goal of the campaign powering home the opener in his fourth-placed AC Ouulu of a side’s 2-1 win over Ekenas IF in the Finnish second division. Kemo who joined the club this season has played thirteen times so far. Finally, Saihou Jagne also another striker, plying in the Norwegian third tier, scored the match winner on his home debut for Brommundal.]]>
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