- Kwame Quee scored his first international goal for Sierra Leone against Liberia on Wednesday at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex but admitted his frustration with the result.
Liberia went on to win 3-1 after two late goals from Mohammed Sangare and skipper Sam Johnson. As a result, they travelled to Freetown with an advantage to progress.
The attacker after the match took to Twitter to express his bittersweet experience.
“I’m happy to score my first senior National team goal, but frustrated with the result today. We go again on Sunday home game #wan love salone,” Quee posted on Twitter.
The contest marked Sierra Leone return to international football after a year-long FIFA ban.
Sierra Leone can still qualifier, but their counterparts are with a great advantage ahead of the return leg. The return fixture will be played at the Freetown Siaka Steven Stadium on Sunday.
The defeat was Sellas Tetteh’s first since returning for his second spell.
Meanwhile, Mustapha Bundu, who plays for Danish super league club Aarhus GF, also made his Sierra Leone debut.
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