Sierra Leonean striker, Alhaji Andriano Kamara said his reaction for his side, Norrkoping after he was sent off was due to frustration and disappointment on Sunday’s draw against Orebro in the Swedish Allsvenskan league.
The former FC Kallon striker reacted more strongly than most as he sprinted across the pitch beating his chest and screaming with rage, before the referee had even brought out the red card.
Kamara showed no sign of slowing down as he continued to run straight down the tunnel and into the dressing rooms.
The 20-year-old scored the equalizer as his side Norrkoping came back from two goals to earn a draw but the striker’s late red card will have him miss next weekend’s clash against his former club Djurgaden.
The striker’s agent, Chernor Musa Jalloh also shared similar sentiment about the player saying his client was determined and wanted to face and score against Djurgården.
Musa Said: “He wanted to prove something against them because they (Djurgården) had the first option to sign the striker from Sierra Leone but rejected him.”
Kamara who joined Norrkoping in March has scored five goals in 12 matches and three in his last three games. Meanwhile, the match also sees another Sierra Leonean striker, Alhassan Crespo Kamara make his return to from a lengthy foot injury, he was introduced in 78 minutes replacing Holmberg.