Norwich City exports loans Abu Kamara discloses the Pompey goal’s crucial…….

Portsmouth manager John Mousinho’s harsh remarks served as the impetus for Norwich City loanee Abu Kamara to score the game-winning goal in an EFL Trophy victory over Leyton Orient, 2-1.

Skydiving In the first twenty minutes, former Norwich defender Sean Raggett received a red card, forcing Pompey to replace their lineup and face hardship.

Christian Saydee had given Pompey the lead early on, and shortly after the half, former Ipswich striker Joe Pigott tied the score. In the 74th minute, he scored with confidence after Kamara was rolled in behind. That made it easier for Portsmouth to go to the competition’s knockout stages.
Although Kamara has been struggling lately at Fratton Park, Mousinho defended the striker vehemently after fans expressed disapproval of his work.
The highly regarded City forward has the issue of consistency; a victory will surely provide him a much-needed confidence boost.

Norwich is keeping a close eye on his development and think highly of the young forward. So far, everyone has benefited from his first loan.
After receiving criticism from his coach throughout the first half of the match at Brisbane Road, Kamara has disclosed that Mousinho gave some unexpected inspiration for his winner.

“After his late winner, he (Mousinho) had a little jab at me in the first half for not running,” Kamara said to the Portsmouth News.

“When Jewie (Jewitt-White) played the ball in behind, there was an incident. I didn’t run because I wanted it into my feet, and all I could hear coming from behind was screaming.

“I understood what was going on there because it was coming from the bench. I knew I had to focus when I saw the ball break in the second half.”Then once Kas (Yengi) saw me running he knew he had to feed the ball into my path. I couldn’t complain at the ball which came because it was literally on my toe, so my touch took it past the defender. Then it was about putting it away – goal.

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