The Sierra Leone Football Association has launched an investigation into two first division matches that finished with scorelines of 91-1 and 95-0.
The West African country’s soccer governing body said it was investigating officials and players who were involved in the two fixtures.
In one, Gulf FC defeated Koquima Lebanon 91-1 and in the other Lumbenbu United were beaten 95-0 by Kahula Rangers.
The SLFA said in a statement that the results were “impractical” and promised “zero tolerance” of any “match manipulation”.
The statement read: “In compliance with Fifa and CAF rules against match manipulation or anything of sort, SLFA maintains zero tolerance.
“The general public is therefore assured that the said matter will be thoroughly investigated and anyone found culpable will face the full force of the law.”
“We’re going to launch an immediate investigation and bring to book all those responsible for this mediocrity.
“All those found guilty will be dealt with in accordance with the SLFA laws, and will also be handed over to the country’s anti-corruption commission.”
The latest round of suspicious results come just a month after two promotion-chasing matches in South Africa were found to have been fixed. Tigers wiped the smiles off Happy Boys’ faces with a 33-1 win as Matiyasi clipped Mighty Birds’ wings with a 59-1 trouncing.