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Serie A: Ibrahim Sulemana’s timely goal salvages point for Cagliari 

Cagliari’s Ghanaian midfielder, Ibrahim Sulemana, delivered a critical performance on Monday, scoring an equalizer against his former team, Hellas Verona, in a thrilling Serie A encounter.

Coming off the bench, Sulemana’s impact was immediate, marking his second goal of the season in what was his first game appearance in over a month.

The 20-year-old was substituted in by Claudio Ranieri for Alessandro Deiola, as Cagliari was looking to overturn a deficit at their home ground, the Unipol Domus Stadium, during the 30th round of Serie A action.

Hellas Verona had taken the lead through Frederico Bonazzoli 30 minutes into the game, with another goal disallowed shortly after halftime.

Sulemana’s entrance into the game was game-changing, as he swiftly found the back of the net with a stunning finish from a rebound, bringing the score to a 1-1 draw.

Despite opportunities from both sides, the scoreline remained unchanged till the final whistle.

Having now appeared in 14 Serie A matches this season, starting 11 and scoring twice, Sulemana has proven to be a valuable asset for Cagliari since his summer transfer from Hellas Verona, following Cagliari’s ascent to Italy’s premier football league.


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