By Sulayman Bah
The 20-year-old’s 58th minute goal was enough as his second-from-bottom club grabbed a rare win over 10-man and fellow league strugglers Tarbes.
Hassane’s winner came a minute after he got cautioned for unsporting behaviour by the central referee. That fixture marked the Gambian’s return to the pitch after missing out three of his club matches through injury.
The defensive midfielder’s absence left Chateauroux’s midfield in shambles. Sunday’s match was the left-footed midfielder’s tenth appearance in seventeen matches played so far in the French Ligue 2.
Signing a professional contract as an 18-year-old after being fast-tracked from the youth team, Hassane made his debut in April 2014 against Clermont Foot and got his first club goal in a duel against StadeLavallois.