By Sulayman Bah
Gambian striker Mustapha Toubabo Jarju is proving unstoppable making it four goals in four games for his new Belgian club.
The lethal striker is handing defenders headaches in the Third tier of Belgian football with his experience a major influence in Sporting Hasselt’s push for promotion.
Jarju scored to level after the visitors had raced ahead twisting the game on its head at the Sportstadio stadium.
The former Wallidan man controlled well to clatter home a delectable beauty past Woluwe-Zaventem’s goalkeeper.
It was Toubabo’s fourth goal in four games and was also on the score sheet last weekend.
It was the 29-year-old typical way of announcing himself at a new club whom he joined on a free transfer following his legal battle with former club Pavlador, a Kazakh premier league outfit.
The attacker was again helping Hasslet to 6-2 white-washing of Woluwe-Zantem.
The feat, the Gambian star insists in post remarks, is results of hitting the gym on double session to fast-track himself to hundred percent match fitness after sitting for months without kicking a ball.
Still in the same league uncapped Gambia forward Sidy Ceesay netted his fifth goal of the campaign for promotion chasing Temse.
The 25-year-old Belgian-Gambian has featured twenty-one times this term scoring a total of forty goals in five seasons for the side with goal tally of at least ten per-season.