In a thrilling showdown against their Liberian counterparts, the Sierra Leone National U20 team, fondly known as the Shooting Stars, clinched their first win of the ongoing Zonal U20 Tournament in Monrovia. The match witnessed a sensational finish by Alieu Adjust Kamara, propelling his team to a 1-0 victory.

Kamara, who was brought on in the second half to revitalize the team’s strategy, proved to be the game-changer with his remarkable performance. The 19-year-old prodigy demonstrated exceptional dribbling and mobility skills, culminating in a perfect finish from a splendid assist by Samba Juma Bah in the 90+3 minute.

Having shown promising development since his days with the U-17 team, Kamara’s impact on the game has been profound. His ability to make instant contributions and his dedication to improving his craft have earned him recognition, including the prestigious Man of the Match award.

Head Coach Mohamed Lamin Kamara praised his team’s hard-fought victory, highlighting their disciplined approach throughout the match as the key factor in securing the desired result. With five points from three matches, including two goals scored and one conceded, the Shooting Stars are gearing up for their final showdown, scheduled for Sunday, February 25th, 2024, at the Samuel K. Doe Stadium.

As anticipation builds for their last match, Coach Kamara remains optimistic about his team’s chances, emphasizing their determination to emerge victorious in the challenging battles ahead. The Shooting Stars’ remarkable performance reflects their resilience and skill, setting the stage for an exciting finale in the Zonal U20 Tournament.


SLFA Media Department…


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