- Alhaji Kamara screams with rage after picking up second yellow card
- Sierra Leone striker doesn't wait to see red, running off the pitch and down the tunnel while beating his chest
- Kamara had scored earlier in the game to earn his side a 2-2 draw
No player likes being sent off, but Norrkoping's striker Alhaji Kamara reacted more strongly than most.
The Sierra Leone striker sprinted across the pitch beating his chest and screaming with rage, before the referee had even brought out the red card.
The striker showed no sign of slowing down, continuing to run straight down the tunnel and into the dressing rooms.
Scream: Alhaji Kamara bellows with rage after being shown his second yellow card
Despair: The striker, who scored earlier in the game, realises that he is being dismissed
Emotion: Kamara doesn't wait to be shown the red card before sprinting from the pitch
The outpouring of emotion looked more like a man celebrating a goal than leaving the pitch having been dismissed.
Kamara, 20, had earlier scored the equaliser as Norrkoping came back from two goals to earn a draw against Orebro in the Swedish Allsvenskan league.
But in the first minute of stoppage time the striker went in late on an opponent and was shown a second yellow card.
Anger: Kamara beat his own chest as he ran from the pitch in the final minutes of the game
All the way: Alhaji Kamara showed no sign of slowing down as he reached the touchline
Already gone: The referee pulls out a red card by Kamara is already long gone
The forward joined Norrkoping in March and has scored in each of his last three games. He has been capped twice by Sierra Leone.