Ali was a constant menace to the host and spurred the Cittadella's goalkeeper to a quick reaction saving the Gabian's close range header in the box after a well-taken cross picked him out in the 9th minute. The former Serrekunda United and Gamtel goal-getter was again denied on two occasions but it was not until in the 34th minute that Juve-Satbia's pressure-piling yielded dividend as the task of opening he score fell to Lanzaro, who, as it happened, was well positioned and dutifully placed his header which slipped under the crossbar. Hungary to prove the coach's trust to starting him was no fluke, the Gambia youth international outpaced his marker Senegal's Coly but the finish product of his amusing skill display down the wing flew high and over.
Still undettered by his profligacy on goal, the forward waited until in the 58th minute to double the score. Sowe ran over fifty meters to lay to Zampano then found space to collect Zampano's return pass and fired to the back of the net. Sowe has played four of Juve-Stabia's five games climbing off the bench thrice and making it from the starting fold once. Sowe is on loan from Serie A club Chievo and is the first Gambian professsinal to play in the Italin top flight.