Saturday’s Sierra Leone players European round-up


In Sweden

Alhassan Kamara accounted for the only goal late to determine the score-line in Orebro’s victory against Mjallby AIF and ensured his side take home maximum point.

A Brilliant goal for the Sierra Leone striker who has been missing for national duty, Alhassan was in his best form today in the Allsvenskan, his standout performance in each of the last two campaigns, scoring goals randomly in Sweden has helped him instill a remarkable confident to the Orebro fans.

The result lifts them to 11th in the Allsvenskan standing
Division 2

Syrianska fans salutes hat-trick hero Sheriff Suma, The Sierra Leone’s converted wing-back, Sheriff Suma was back in action for his Swedish side in the Norra division 2 with a bang.

Suma scored Hat-trick as his side won 5-1 on Saturday over IFK Aspudden Telles.

Fellow Sierra Leonean Samuel Barlay in the Syrianska squad was the architect for Suma’s first goal in the 14th minutes. Both are the two new acquisitions for Syrianska, Barlay 27 is a central midfielder with a good physique and understanding of the game.

In England Bet Championship

Kei Kamara was left out by Aitor Karanka; Middleborough secured their first 2nil home win against Birmingham as they kicked off their bet championship campaign earlier today.

Header from Spanish International defender Daniel Ayala was the perfect start for the home side assisted, by Leadbitter. But the new acquisition Kike sealed the points from 10-yards after Lee Tomlin’s deflected shot fell into his path.

Watford eased to victory against Mohamed Medo Kamara Bolton side an away thrashing at vicarage road. Troy Deeney, Matej Vydra and substitute Fernando Forestieri were on target for Beppe Sannino side.

League One 
Mustapha Dumbuya North County side was very unlucky not to take home all three points as Preston North End’s Joe Garner netted in the final minute to deny Notts County victory at Deepdale.

Dumbuya started very strongly for County but it was Debutant Jake Cassidy gave the Magpies the lead just after the break with a smart finish from a skin-tight angle 1-1 it ended.

League Two

At Prenton Park Tranmere Rovers came from behind to secure a point goal from James Rowe who hit an imposing volley to rescue his team from opening day defeat.
Sierra Leone’s Bell Baggie started from the bench, he was introduce in the 71st minutes replacing Koumas who almost broke the deadlock early on but saw his effort saved by former Rovers keeper Jason Mooney.

In Portugal
Free agent and Sierra Leone’s experience midfielder Ibrahim Obreh Kargbo was not able to save his side from an opening day 1nil defeat, Atlectic Clube de Portugal lost away to Freamunde, Moreira accounted for the host 60th minutes goal.


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