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Sierra Leone Triumphs Over Djibouti in Thrilling 2-1 Victory at FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers


In an exhilarating match that had fans on the edge of their seats, Sierra Leone emerged victorious over Djibouti with a 2-1 win in the FIFA World Cup 2026 qualifiers. The game showcased the resilience and skill of the Sierra Leonean team as they battled their way to a crucial victory.


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From the first whistle, Sierra Leone demonstrated their intent to dominate the game. Their efforts bore fruit early when Curtis Davies, netted the first goal in the 12th minute. The crowd erupted in cheers as Davies’s shot soared past the Djibouti goalkeeper, setting the tone for what promised to be a fiercely contested match.

However, Djibouti was not ready to concede defeat easily. They responded with vigor, putting pressure on the Sierra Leone defense. Their persistence paid off when they were awarded a penalty. Gabriel Dadzie stepped up to the spot and calmly slotted the ball into the net, equalizing the score and bringing the game to a 1-1 deadlock. The penalty, taken with finesse, left the Sierra Leonean goalkeeper with no chance, and Djibouti found themselves back in the game.

The second half began with both teams hungry for a win, but it was Sierra Leone who seized the opportunity to tip the balance in their favor. Just six minutes into the second half, Augustus Kargbo equalized in the 51st minute, this goal, which would ultimately be the game-winner, was met with jubilant celebrations from the Sierra Leonean supporters.

With the lead secured, Sierra Leone focused on maintaining their advantage. The defense, led by a determined backline, thwarted Djibouti’s attempts to equalize once more. As the final whistle blew, the stadium erupted in celebration. Sierra Leone’s 2-1 victory over Djibouti not only earned them three valuable points but also brought them one step closer to their World Cup dreams.

This victory serves as a significant morale booster for Sierra Leone as they continue their journey in the FIFA World Cup 2026 qualifiers. They now sit at fourth place in their group with four points.

With eight games to go can Sierra Leone pull a historic qualifier to the 2026 FIFA World Cup?

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