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Monday, March 25, 2024
Bermuda Fall to Guinea in Second FIFA Series Match

Guinea 5 Bermuda 1

Bermuda took on Guinea in their second International Friendly FIFA Series match at King Abdullah Sports City, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Guinea starting Line-Up: - Mohamed Camara, Ibrahima Sory Conté, Yasser Balde, Mohamed Bangoura, Morlaye Sylla, Mamadou Kané, Moussa Balla Conté, Cheick Oumar Conde, Kandet Diawara (Mohamed Soumah 56th), Ousmane Camara, Thierno Barry - Substitutes: - Ousmane Camara, Moussa Camara, , Mohamed Camara, Mohamed Boké Camara, Ousmane Drame, Alassane Bangoura, Moussa Moise Camara, Jules Keita, Sékou Oumar Yansané, Mohamed Lala Keita, Bermuda Starting Line-Up: - Dale Eve, Lejuan Simmons (J’Nai Butterfield-Steede 41st), Dante Leverock, Roger Lee, Harry Twite, Kane Crichlow, Kole Hall (Sachiel Ming, 77th), Luke Robinson, Aunde Todd (Knory Scott, 77th), Djair Parfitt-Williams (Remy Coddington, 77th), Zeiko Lewis (Jai Bean 70th) - Substitutes: - Detre Bell, Andrew Kempe, Reece Jones, Daion Swan-Desilva, Ne-Jai Tucker, Keziah Martin, Riley Robinson

Morlaye Sylla gave Guinea the lead in the 11th minute with a right-footed volley that beat Dale Eve to his right, but four minutes later it was 1 – 1 when Dante Leverock scored from a corner, the ball bad it way to the back post where Leverock controlled and side-footed the ball into the back of the net. Leverock was sent off in stoppage time, following a corner, Leverock retaliated by kicking out at a Guinea player, and the referee showed a straight red card.

Bermuda made a change at the break with Andrew Kempe replacing Dale Eve in goal, in the 48th minute Guinea would go ahead 2 – 1, when Sylla scored his second goal of the game, and then five minutes later it was 3 – 1 when Kandet Diawara got on the end of a cross and placed his shot past Kempe. In the 61st minute substitute Jules Keita made it 4 – 1 to Guinea, as Bermuda struggled with 10 men. In the 70th minute Guinea would go ahead 5 – 1, when Mamadou Kané scored from a free kick.

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