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Ivory Coast 2-1 Sierra Leone: Nicolas Pepe and Sebastian Haller on target for The Elephants

Ivory Coast 2-2 Sierra Leone: Bizarre equalizer in stoppage time ends Nicolas Pepe and Sebastian Haller efforts for The Elephants

  • AC Milan’s Franck Kessie missed a penalty after Wilfried Zaha fouled in the penalty area
  • Zaha set up former West Ham striker Sebastian Haller to open the scoring
  • Free player Musa Kamara scored Sierra Leone’s opening goal of the tournament
  • Arsenal’s Nicolas Pepe provided a quality finish to give Ivory Coast victory
  • Bizarre goalkeeper error in injury time allowed Alhaji Kamara to equalize



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Ivory Coast took a huge blow from AFCON after they were tied against Sierra Leone by a bizarre injury time equalizer on Sunday afternoon.

The Elephants were in cruise control after Sebastian Haller’s opening goal and Arsenal’s Nicolas Pepe’s curling finish from the edge of the area.

However, they were fed back by unsigned striker Musa Kamara’s goal, before a bizarre goalkeeping error gave the ball to Alhaji Kamara, who rolled the ball home to equalize in stoppage time.

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Sebastian Haller opened the scoring for Ivory Coast as they were held to a 2-2 draw on Sunday

Sebastian Haller opened the scoring for Ivory Coast as they were held to a 2-2 draw on Sunday

Musa Kamara (left), who has no professional club, scored Sierra Leone's first goal

Musa Kamara (left), who has no professional club, scored Sierra Leone's first goal

Musa Kamara (left), who has no professional club, scored Sierra Leone’s first goal

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