Great Britain failed to protect a first half lead as Senegal rallied after the break to take a deserved point in a 1-1 draw.
GB never really came to terms with the physical style of Senegal and whilst Bellamy gave them a lead in the 19th minute it was the African`s who looked the more dangerous after the break and levelled with nine minutes remaining through Mane.
Stuart Pearce though will look back to a second half incident when Bellamy was clearly brought down by Cisse inside the penalty area with the game poised at 1-0, but the officials gave nothing.
It was GB`s two over aged Welsh players, Giggs and Bellamy, who combined to open the scoring.
The Manchester United player flighted over a free kick which broke for his Liverpool counterpart to drive home.
The quality of play was poor at times but Senegal looked threatening on the break as GB were forced back onto the defensive.
A disjointed second period saw Senegal make all the running but poor finishing and a fine save from Butland kept GB in front.
But straight from a GB corner the visitor`s broke quickly and the perfect through ball allowed Konate to chip the ball over the advancing Butland.
Team GB almost grabbed a late winner as Sordell crashed a late shot against the crossbar but equally Senegal could have clinched the three points in added time.
Referee: Ravshan Irmatov (Uzb)
Venue: Old Trafford
GB scorers: Bellamy 19 Senegal scorers: Konate 81
Yellow cards: Gueye (SEN), Mane (SEN), Souare (SEN), Bellamy (GB)
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