Sema has never really been away, keeping a fairly high level of performance during the team's two-game team dip. He was at it again last night and he dug deep into his reserves of stamina to muscle his way past his man deep into injury time and then compose himself to cut the ball back for Ismaïla Sarr to do the rest.
“I like playing until the end,” he said. “I had the chance to go one-v-one and I did. I saw Sarr and he scored. I'm so happy for the win and for Isma. He's good, you know. He's fast, really quick and he can score goals. He's a good player.”
Sema is not bad either. He looks to have taken his game to another level after a season playing week in, week out in Serie A for Udinese and few could argue he has been the player of the season in the first 10 Championship games. Typically, Sema was more interested in the whole.