ROME – Barrow enters, scores and then dedicates the goal to Bergamo and his grandmother and is moved.
"The goal I made today – Barrow's words after the match against Sampdoria – I dedicated to Bergamo, as I promised: I addressed a prayer to all the people who lost their loved ones because of the coronavirus, and even to my grandmother who died this Friday.
Leaving Atalanta was not easy, but football is like this “.
Barrow, on loan (with redemption obligation) to Bologna from Atalanta , is obviously very close to Bergamo.
Arrived in Italy in 2016, Barrow, born in '98, is one of the best talents who has come out of the Bergamo nursery in recent years.
He has played nine times with Bologna so far, scoring 4 goals.
And right here, in Bologna, Barrow found in Sinisa Mihajlovic a real master:
"We want to go on like this to help Bologna win as many games as possible to try to reach something important – he said to Barrow microphones to Sky microphones -. The penalty? Whenever there is a penalty I am always ready to shoot, I am not afraid of making a mistake and if I sign I take confidence. The coach tells me to be worse and I try to improve ". (Sources: Sky Sport, FanPage, Calcio Atalanta ).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano