Jan 28, 2016, 10:09 AM
They entered into a penalty shootout after a 1-1 draw in the regulation period.
Taking a flying start to the eight-team championship by beating Ojoko FC of Nigeria 3-2, the Darling Scorpions were forced to recover from a 1-nil down to snatch a pulsating 1-1 draw against Ghana but crashed out of the tournament after failing to shine during the penalty shootout.
The team, headed by Lamin Sarr who enjoyed a deserved win over
The president of the Gambia Football Association, Seedy Kinteh, last week told this reporter in an interview that the Gambian team was not in Freetown to win the championship but to test their performance to put in place a solid team that will represent The Gambia in the African U-20 youth championship in Libya next march.