- Nigeria host Sierra Leone for the first leg of their AFCON 2022 qualifiers at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium
- The Leone Stars are already in town for the crunch clash this weekend
- But less than 24 hours after their arrival Kei Kamara already has a bad taste of the country
- The 36-year-old complained bitterly about the services their hotel renders to them
Sierra Leone striker Kei Kamara has lamented at the poor state of mattress and pillows in his team hotel in Benin.
The Leone Stars arrived in Nigeria earlier this week ahead of their crucial 2022 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium on Friday, November 13.
Both teams progress to Freetown four days later for the second leg of their encounter as the race for the competition hots up.
Coach Gernot Rohr's men already have six points from their first two games against Benin and Lesotho and victories for them in this doubleheader would guarantee them a ticket with two games in hand.
John Keister on the other hand will be aiming for his first win since this qualification kicked off having gained just one point in their first two games.
However, the 36-year-old Minnesota United forward was displeased with the services rendered to his team by the unnamed hotel.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigeria's technical adviser Gernot Rohr has insisted that his side will not be settling for anything less than victories in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Sierra Leone this weekend.
The Super Eagles head into the game as Group L leaders having already beaten Lesotho and Benin in their first two group games.
However, victories in their next two games against the Leone Stars will guarantee them a ticket to the finals of the championship staging in Cameroon two years' time.
The Super Eagles will play hosts to their West African counterparts first on Friday, November 13, at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium before going the other way for the second leg four days later.
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