Sierra Leone Pile Pressure On Super Eagles, Guinea-Bissau After Away Win Vs São Tomé & Principe

Sierra Leone Pile Pressure On Super Eagles, Guinea-Bissau After Away Win Vs São Tomé & Principe

The Leone Stars of Sierra Leone defeated São Tomé and Principe 2-0 on match day four in Group A of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers on Sunday.

It is Sierra Leone’s first win in the qualifiers after drawing two and losing one of their first three fixtures.

In their first leg tie last week Wednesday São Tomé held Sierra Leone to a 2-2 draw.

The win means Sierra Leone, in third position and on five points, are just one point behind the Super Eagles of Nigeria and two adrift of group leaders Guinea-Bissau.

First half goals from Abubakarr Samura and Alhassan Koroma in the 7th and 28th minutes respectively, sealed the must win game played in Agadir, Morocco.

Prior to Sunday’s game against São Tomé, the West Africans were winless in their last six fixtures.

Up next for the Leone Stars is a home tie against the Super Eagles on match day five billed for 11 June 2023.

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  • Diran 1 year ago

    At this rate, I will not be surprised if the Super Chickens of Nigeria fail to qualify for the next Nations cup in Cote D’Ivoire. Corruption has eaten deep into every fabric of Nigerian society, including sports. Really shameful.

  • You forgot to had greed. Once they see money. It is over.

  • Haroon 1 year ago

    Who even cares if they qualify or not… It we be even better for them not to qualify… So that the free money when Dem dey get from CAF tournament.. no go come their hand again…. All of them in that glass house including the Noise maker Coach are all clueless nd brainless…if una come kill the country football finish then una eyes go clear… I’m even praying for them not to qualify… Doom Ass people running out football Helm

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