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Jordan hammers Sierra Leone Stars

Jordan hammers Sierra Leone Stars

Jordan’s national team, the Al-Nashama yesterday thrashed their Sierra Leonean opponent, Leone Stars 4-0 in an International friendly at the Amman International Stadium in Amman, Jordan.  (Photo: Sierra Leone, Leone Stars)

The home side who were deserving winners enjoyed a better and well composed performance over an unimpressive and shaking Leone Stars squad.

The impressive Jordanians side got-off to a flying start through Shadi Nadmi’s goal to capitalize on Stars converted left back, Alhassan Bangura aka Alonzo but striker, Alhaji Kamara had an opportunity to level things up 13 minutes later in a one on one situation but failed to get passed the Jordanian goalkeeper, Amer Shafee.

Four minutes later, goalkeeper, Habib was forced make to double important save but another counter-attack gave the home side a 2-0 lead though Hamza Dardour headers.

Coach, John Kesiter started the second period with the introduction of Idrissa Sesay, Issa Zuma Kamara and Morie Alie in place of Mohamed Bangura, Junior Lahai Coker and Alhassan Bangura respectively.

The trio introduction also hailed divided when striker, Alhaji Kamara again came close to secure a consolation but saw his chance roll just inches from the post.

An own goal from defender Yayah Janneh put the Jordanians 3-0 ahead before defender Basem Fathi broke an off-side trap to seal the win for the home side, 4-0.

Sierra Leone squad: 1 Habib Sesay GK, 2. Salifu Samura,  3. Alhassan Bangura (out), 4. Alpha Lansana, 5. Yayah Janneh, 6. Junior Lahai Coker (out), 7.David Kamara, 8. Mohamed Bangura (out) 19. Alhaji Kamara, 10. Suliaman Kamara, 11. Muwahid Sesay (Out),

Sub: 16. Ibrahim Tarawallie, 12. Dauda Boateng Kanu (in),  14. Issa Zuma Kamara (in) 17. Morie Alie (in), 15. Idrissa Sesay (in), 13. Ishamil Turay, Christian Caulker

Jordan: 1. Amer Shafee GK (out), 8 Bashar Baniyaseen, 19. Anas Baniyaseen, 5. Basem Fathi, 13. Khalil Bani Ateia, 4. Bahaia Abedrahman, 15.Shadi Nadmi (out), 7. Amer Deeh (out), 9. Odai Al-Saife (out), 20. Hamza Dardour (out) 10. Ahmad Hayel (out)

Sub: 3. Sulieman Salman, 12.Loai Amaireh, 23. Abedllah Zoube (in), 17. Hatem Agel, 13. Mohamed dmaire, 21 Shareff Adnan, 18. Mohamed Mustafa, 6. Saeed Murjam (in),  21. Anas Haje, 14. Abedallah Deeb (in), 31. Thaer Bawwah 11. Raed Nawaleer (in), 2. Mohamed Mamir.

By: Sahr Morris Jr in Amman, Jordan

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