MONROVIA, July 5 (Reuters) - Angry Liberia fans threw stones at their national team as they left the stadium escorted by an armoured personnel carrier on Sunday, following a goalless draw with Togo in a World Cup group one qualifier.
'Liberia have a good team and the game was okay. We played,
but we couldn't score,' said Togo's Emmanuel Adebayor, after a
match in which his team had dominated the first half.
'That's what football is about at times.'
Liberian fans were also angered by the refusal of their
captain James Debbah to leave the pitch when the team's manager
tried to bring him off after he had sustained an injury.
The 0-0 draw leaves Liberia fifth in group one with four
points from three games. Togo are third, also on four points.