Sierra Leone and Crystal Palace loanee, Sullay Kaikai came off the substitute bench to grab a late equaliser for League Two side, Cambridge United as they shocked the then leaders to a 1-1 draw. Bobby Grant fired home a low shot from 18 yards to give the home side, Shrewsbury a 16th-minute lead but the Sierra Leonean born youngster who came in at the 79th minute levelled the score in the fifth additional minute. The Sierra Leonean forward was glad he could make such a vital contribution as they now move eight points clear of the relegation zone.
Elsewhere, midfielder Mohamed Medo Kamara played full time for Maccabi Haifa in their 0-1 away win over Ironi Kiryat Shmona. In the Azerbaijan topflight league, Gibrilla Woobay saw full time action for his Neftçi side but could not help as they suffered a 0-2 home defeat to İnter Baki. The midfielder got his name on the referee’s book in the 78th minute of play. Also Woobay’s countryman Alfred Sankoh also featured full time and was also cautioned by the referee in his side Khazar Lankaran suffered 1-0 away defeat to Qarabağ.
In Sweden, striker Mohamed Bangura came in at the 70th minutes, but could not help AIK escape a 1-2 home defeat to Hammarby in the Swedish Cup (The Svenska Cupen).
In the Major League Soccer (MLS) season openers this weekend, striker Kei Kamara returned to the MLS after his foray in the EPL but his debut ended in defeat. He played full time but his Columbus Crew side suffered a 1-0 away defeat to Houston Dynamo-a match which was attended by Sierra Leone legend Mohamed Kallon.