A player during a recent Rwandan match seemed to perform a mid-game ritual, was booked and within seconds he had scored.
FOOTBALL chiefs in Africa have been forced to ban players performing witchcraft – as there are fears it is used to gain an unfair advantage during games.
Earlier this month, in a match in the Rwandan Premier League between Mukura Victory and Rayon Sports, a player looked to perform a mid-game ritual on the goalpost – and had scored within seconds.
In creepy footage captured, Mukura striker Moussa Camara, whose team was losing 1-0 at the time, hits the woodwork and then rushed to the goal and seems to lean a small object against the post.
Camara is then chased away by an angry Rayon Sports goalkeeper and a number of yellow-clad opponents, before the referee books him.
But just minutes later, Camara scores, pulling his team back level with a towering header sparking wild celebrations from the forward in the match which ended 1-1.
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