Musa Juwara, who he is: 1st goal in Serie A at 18 at San Siro in Inter-Bologna

Everyone is asking: who is Musa Juwara ? It is the baby phenomenon of the day. At just 18 years old, with only six clips of games behind him, he scored his first Serie A goal during Inter-Bologna. In other words, Juwara is the great bet won by Sinisa Mihajlovic.

One who intends to launch baby phenomena in Serie A since it was he who threw a very young Donnarumma into the fray.

Today Juwara scored a very heavy goal. That of the momentary two to one. The one who started the comeback of Bologna, then completed by Barrow, on the Inter pitch. Precious victory that allows the rossoblùs to still dream of joining the Europa League area.

We find out more about Juwara thanks to Wikipedia . A very fast left-handed wing, he has a powerful shot and tends to give his best in the open field. In 2018 the Guardian placed him among the 50 best footballers born in 2001.

Born in Gambia, he arrived in Italy on 10 June 2016, landing with a boat on the coast of Sicily.

Transferred to Ruoti, where he started playing for the local Avigliano team and was adopted by the coach of the same, Vitantonio Summa.

Placed on display due to the marked networks, in 2017 it was purchased by Chievo, which after some legal problems (the transfer had been initially blocked by the FIGC) aggregates it to spring.

On 11 November 2018 he received his first call with the clivensei for the championship match drawn 2-2 against Bologna, without however taking the field. In March 2019 he was loaned to Turin to play the Viareggio Tournament, in which he collected 3 appearances making as many goals.

Returning to Verona, on 25 May 2019 he made his professional debut on the last day of the championship, replacing Manuel Pucciarelli in the 79th minute during the 0-0 draw against Frosinone.

The following July 8 he moved to Bologna outright.

While remaining included in the squad of the Primavera Felsinea, he is aggregated in the first team, making his debut with the rossoblu colors on 4 December on the occasion of the match of the fourth round of the Italian Cup at Udinese, a game lost by his team for 4-0 in which play holder.

On February 7, 2020 he also made his debut in the championship, in the victory at Roma (2-3), taking over his compatriot Musa Barrow in the final.

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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