Seko Fofana fires Udinese past Bologna

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The Cote d'Ivoire international was on target to help the Friulian White-blacks end the season on a winning note

Seko Fofana scored the solitary goal in Udinese’ 1-0 victory over Bologna at the Stadio Friuli in their final 207-18 Italian Serie A encounter.

Igor Tudor’s men returned to winning ways last weekend with a 1-0 triumph over Hellas Verona after a 15-game winless run across all competitions, and against the Red and Blues, they got another victory to sign off in style in front of their home supporters.

The 23-year-old midfielder scored the crucial goal at the half-hour mark after benefitting from Antonin Barak’s assist.

Fofana featured from start to finish in the tie while Malian defender Cheick Keita watched the entire contest from the bench.

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The win ensured that Udinese end the season in the 14th spot in the log after accruing 40 points from 38 matches.

The former Manchester City player ended the term with three goals in 27 league appearances.


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