Sierra Leone celebrated the awarding of the penalty as if they had scored, but watched in horror as Kamara’s effort was saved by Owono.

The match ended seven minutes into stoppage time when Equatorial Guinea’s Iban Salvador was given a penalty after being tripped in the final attack of the game, but the referee changed the decision to a free kick on the edge of the area after several minutes’ delay on the advice of VAR.

Equatorial Guinea have now gone through to the knockout stages in all three of their tournament appearances and will meet the winners of Group F, to be decided later on Thursday, in Limbe next Wednesday.

“The penalty miss is difficult to take, it could have changed everything for us,” Sierra Leone coach John Keister said. 

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