A strange goal brings Sierra Leone to a deadly 2-2 draw with Ivory Coast

Yaounde: Sierra Leone took advantage of a fatal mistake by Ivory Coast goalkeeper Badra Ali Sinjari in injury time to snatch a 2-2 draw and get a new surprise in today’s Africa Cup of Nations on Sunday. Cote d’Ivoire were on track to win and secure qualification for the round of 16 but Sinjari couldn’t cope with a weak back pass and jumped on the ball and grabbed it, then hit the ground , fell to the ground and left the sphere. And the ball went to El Hadj Kamara, a player from Sierra Leone, to score in strange way. Goalkeeper Sanjari did not complete the match and was injured, and fellow defender Serge Aurier was forced to don his shirt and take his place after making all available changes. Less than a minute later, the game is over. Sebastien Aller and Nicolas Pepe scored Ivory Coast goals in the 25th and 65th minute, and between them, Moussa Camara scored Sierra Leone’s goal in the 55th minute. by four points in two games against two points for Sierra Leone, who drew in the first round with the champion in charge of Algeria. Today Algeria will also play against Equatorial Guinea. (Reuters)