Sierra Leone deny Cote d’Ivoire victory at the death as defender Serge Aurier ends up as goalkeeper (Watch Highlights on Video)

Sierra Leone scored a dramatic equaliser deep into stoppage time to snatch a 2-2 draw against Ivory Coast at the Africa Cup of Nations.

The Elephants looked to be cruising into the last 16 but a howler from goalkeeper Badra Sangare in the 93rd minute allowed Alhadji Kamara to tap in from three yards.

Sangare fumbled a back-header and Steven Caulker stole in to cross for Alhaji Kamara, who slipped but just about managed to scuff the ball into the net.

Sangare appeared to get caught in the pitch and had to leave the pitch on a stretcher, so former Tottenham right-back Serge Aurier ended the match in goal.

The injury is a major concern for Ivory Coast, who are already without first-choice goalkeeper Sylvain Gbohouo after was suspended by FIFA on the eve of the tournament over an alleged doping violation.

It had looked like Nicolas Pepe had scored the winner for Ivory Coast with a bit of quality on 65 minutes.

But Sierra Leone rescue a point at the death when Kamara scored his first international goal in seven years.

Serge Aurier ended up in goal for Ivory Coast after goalkeeper Badra Sangare left the field on a stretcher after the equaliser.

The injury to Sangare is a major concern for Ivory Coast, who are already without first-choice goalkeeper Sylvain Gbohouo after was suspended by FIFA on the eve of the tournament over an alleged doping violation.

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