Udinese Calcio owe his draw against Genoa to it Ivorian midfielder Seko Fofana. The 25-year-old scored and provided an assist to help his side secure a 2-2 draw Sunday night.
Seven months after his first Serie A goal, Fofana found the net for the second time on Sunday. On all the good shots of his team, Fofana gave the lead to Udinese a minute prior to half-time with a head goal at close range.
Former Manchester City and Fulham midfielder turned provider at 73th to assist Kevin Lasagna who scored a fantastic left-footed shot into the roof of Genoa net.
Against all odds, Luca Gotti side conceeded two goals and concluded a 2-2 draw to place 15th in the league table.
Born in Paris, Fofana made his debuts with Ivory Coast in 2017. Despite having featured for France U16, U17 and U19.