Getting sent off is incredibly frustrating, even if it is in stoppage time. Just ask Dennis Wise. But players, on the most part, confine their anger to destroying the dressing room.
It is extremely rare for a player to show any kind of emotion other than veiled annoyance or disappointment after being dismissed from the field of play.
But Alhaji Kamara simply could not hide a quite staggering level of emotion as he fled the scene of his crime - in this case, a mere second yellow card.
Kamara sprinted away in a crazed trance during Norrkoping's match in the Swedish Allsvenskan league against Orebro after he was given his marching orders.
Instead of marching, he ran like a maniac, screaming and shouting at the top of his voice, all the way off the field and down the tunnel.
It was a quite staggering and bizarre reaction, but one which will be remembered for a very long time.
We just dread to think what kind of state he left the dressing room in before he finally cooled down.
At least Kamara didn't score a goal, otherwise his reaction could have been something similar to this...
- Sports & Recreation
- Alhaji Kamara
- Dennis Wise