The home of the Sierra Leone player is under police guard after he missed a penalty kick in the African Nations.. Photos

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Press reports revealed that the police forces in Sierra Leone surrounded the home of striker Kei Kamara, to prevent angry fans from reaching him, after he missed a penalty kick yesterday, Thursday, during the confrontation with Equatorial Guinea in the third and final round of Group E in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, which is hosted by Cameroon. Until the sixth of next February.

Sierra Leone was eliminated from the African Nations Cup after losing to Equatorial Guinea 1-0, after occupying third place in Group C with two points to accompany the defending Algerian team outside the tournament.

channel stated ” GTV SPORTS+“The Ghanaian, that the police forces in Sierra Leone surrounded the house of striker Kei Kamara after the end of the confrontation with Equatorial Guinea yesterday, Thursday, in order to prevent the angry fans from reaching him.

The teams of Côte d’Ivoire and Equatorial Guinea qualified from Group E to the round of 16 of the African Nations Cup, with the Elephants team facing Egypt, while the team of Equatorial Guinea meets its counterpart Mali.

Sierra Leone player's house under police guard (1)
Sierra Leone player’s house under police guard

Sierra Leone player's house under police guard (2)
Sierra Leone player’s house under police guard

Cameroon and Burkina Faso qualified for the first group, after the lions team topped the group with 7 points, then the horses team came as runners-up with 4 points, and the Cape Verde team is the best third with 4 points.

In the second group, Senegal qualified in the lead with 5 points, followed by Guinea, the runner-up with 4 points, and Malawi, the best third with 4 points.

The third group qualified Morocco as the leader with 7 points, then Gabon in the summer with 5 points, and the Comoros team as the third best with 3 points.

Nigeria qualified for Group D after achieving the full mark with 9 points, then Egypt, the runner-up with 6 points.

In Group E, Cote d’Ivoire qualified in the lead with 7 points, then Equatorial Guinea in the summer with 6 points.

In Group F, Mali, Tunisia and Gambia qualified before the teams played the third and final round matches in the group stage.

It is worth noting that the round of 16 matches will start from next Sunday, January 23 and continue until Wednesday, January 26.



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