Gambian U20 defender hospitalized in Columbia  following injuries


The Gambia Football Federation reported that Moses Jarju, one of its players currently part of the Gambia’s Under 20 world cup squad in Colombia has sustained injuries.
The Gambia baby Scorpios had their first encounter yesterday with a win against  Honduras where Jarju unfortunately got injuries.
“Our solid defender Moses Jarju sustained an injury that saw him stretchered off the pitch to the hospital. After a thorough check and scan at the hospital, it is confirmed that he has a minor hamstring muscle tear. According to the Team Doctor, “He is recovering on analgesics and physiotherapy.” Moses could return to action soon upon good treatment and recovery.”

Meanwhile, the team’s spectacular player, Adama Bojang is increasingly grabbing the world’s attention
Following his incredible maneuvers on the pitch, giving his team a clear advantage.
“Adama Boajng with a brace living by his reputation as the lethal goal-getter. A dominant performance and deserved win. The Gambia is now joint top of the table with South Korea”

As the world cup matches continue, Gambians remain enthusiastic about the positive performance of the Baby Scorpions.