By Buba Falloboweh Jallow
Gambian Abdoulie Sanyang was decisive in Lommel SK’s victory over KSV Roeselare in Belgium.
He admits he savors the moment as he played well in the game.”I feel very good that I put on a good outing, covered the distance I was charged with.
I am growing confidence game after game.” Sanyang revealed.
The left-footed player who joined Lommel SK three months ago, after playing for Levski Sofia and Bnei Yehadu said he wanted to put on a great performance in every game he features.
“I believe football is football, it only depends on the situation and circumstance you find yourself, ”he stressed.
Sanyang has earned rare reviews after his stellar output against Jupiler league leaders Standard Liege in the Croky Cup where he scored and lasted 70 minutes.
Reflecting on the home game against Roseleear, Sanyang emphasized that they went all out and they had their game plan at the back of their mind.
“We gave all, we wanted to score in the first 30 minutes, that’s the game plan we will be sticking to from now onwards.”
The 20-year-old offensive midfielder who grew up supporting Dortmund found his name been sung on the stands by fans.
He picked up from where he left against KSC Lokeren, his shot was deflected by Siemen Voet before been brought down in the penalty box for Andzouna to convert the resultant kick.
Despite Belgian football been physical, the Superstars academy product has great attributes which includes; good dribbles and good ball control.
This gives him advantage over his opponents. He has scored three goals for the U21 side while netting three also for the A team.