Mo Sangare came on as a 75th minute substitute for Liberia in their World Cup Qualifying match against Sierra Leone. The score was knotted at one apiece when in the 82nd minute Sam Johnson was brought down in the box. Sangare got the call to take the penalty and coolly slotted it into the left corner. This was Mo’s first goal for Liberia. The two nations meet again on Sunday in the second leg at Sierra Leone.
FULL-TIME: LIBERIA ?? 3-1 Sierra Leone ??!!!
Goals from Terrence Tisdell, Mohammed Sangare, and captain Sam Johnson were enough as our Lone Star defeated the Leone Stars 3-1 in the first leg of Round One of the 2022 @FIFAWorldCup African Qualifiers!!#WCQ
— Liberia FA Official (@Liberia_FA) September 4, 2019
Miguel Almrion played the full ninety minutes in Paraguay’s international friendly at Japan. Yoshinori Muto was not part of Japan’s squad. In a poor performance, Almiron and Paraguay lost 2-0. They will next face Jordan on Tuesday in another friendly. Let’s hope Miggy sits that one out.
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? ¡Equipo confirmado!
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? Kashima Stadium
— Selección Paraguaya (@Albirroja) September 5, 2019
Fabian Schar and former Magpie Kevin Mbabu got starts in Switzerland’s World Cup Qualifier at the Republic of Ireland. It was our man Fabian Schar who scored on another well-taken strike from inside the box to put the Swiss up 0-1. Ireland would be able to even to score later on as the game ended in a 1-1 draw. Switzerland host Gibraltar in their next match on Sunday.
— nationalteams_SFVASF (@SFV_ASF) September 5, 2019
Here is a look at Fabian’s goal for Switzerland.
Fabian Schar finishing off a great team goal for Switzerland pic.twitter.com/yu4oyjiMLI
— Lou (@louorns_) September 5, 2019
Sweden were up 0-4 at the half against the Faroe Islands when Emil Krafth came on for Mikael Lustig. Sweden ended up winning the World Cup Qualifier by the same score. They next face Norway on Sunday.
Mikael Lustig has been subbed off at half time, Emil Krafth in.
— ?? (@SwedeStats) September 5, 2019