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VIDEO: Sierra Leone Mohamed Kamara Moved To Tears By Award

Sierra Leone goalkeeper Mohamed Kamara was the hero for the West Africans as they gallantly battled for a barren draw against defending Afcon champions Algeria on Tuesday.

Kamara, who plays for domestic side East End Lions, made seven saves to deny the Algerians, who boast a galaxy of stars including Manchester City winger Riyad Maarez.

Read: Afcon: President Paul Biya, 88, Collapses As Wife Celebrates

For his toils, the 22 year old stopper earned himself man of the match accolade, a first for a keeper in the showpiece being hosted in Cameroon.

Kamara was overcome by emotions while receiving the award and could not hold back his tears, further showing how Afcon means so much to Africans.

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Written by Bonface Osano

Communication And Media Student. Sports Writer.

Email: news@kahawatungu.com

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