Summary of the match between Tunisia and Burkina Faso in the African Cup

Summary of the match between Tunisia and Burkina Faso in the African Cup

Tunisia lost the African Cup of Nations after losing 1-0 to Burkina Faso during the match between the two teams on Saturday evening at the “Ramdi Adega” stadium in the quarter-finals of the African Cup of Nations currently taking place. Cameroon. .

The only goal came in the 46th minute, and moments before the end of the first half, the player Dango Ouattara crossed through a counter-attack, through which the Tunisian defense escaped and scored the first goal.

Zamalek striker Seif El-Din Jaziri participated in the Tunisian national team from the beginning until the end of the match, while Ali Maaloul, Al-Ahly club’s back, came from the beginning of the second half, to score the first appearance with. The Eagles of Carthage since their recovery from the Corona virus.

In the 68th minute, Wahbi Khazri hit a free ball directly on the edge of the penalty area, hitting Maaloul with a missile to his left, before goalkeeper Kofi blocked it.

In the 82nd minute, Ali Maaloul caused Dango Otara, the only scorer, to receive a red card to expel him from the match 8 minutes before its end.

A dangerous opportunity was made by Hibi Khazri in front of the goal in the middle of the second half, and he missed it in a strange way, as the match ended in a 1-0 loss for the Carthage Eagles.

With this result, Burkina Faso will meet its winner in the Senegal-Equatorial Guinea match, which brings the two teams together, tomorrow, Sunday, at nine in the evening.

The composition of the Tunisian national team was as follows:

Guard: Bashir bin Said
Defense lines: Mohamed Drager – Bilal Al-Aifa – Dylan Bron – Osama Al-Hadadi
Midfield: Anis Bin Suleiman – Elias Sakhiri – Issa Al-Aidoni
Forward line: Wahbi Al-Khazri – Seif Al-Din Al-Jaziri – Youssef Al-Maskani.

The composition of Burkina Faso was as follows:

Goalkeeper: Kofi
Defenders: Iago, Tapsoba, Utara, Issa Kabori
Midfield: Tourei, Jira, Sanjari
Strikers: Da Ouattara, DJ Ouattara; Byala.

The Tunisian team had booked its place in the quarter-finals of the African Cup of Nations after its victory over Nigeria with a goal without a response in the round of 16 of the tournament.

While Burkina Faso booked its place in the Cannes quarter-finals, after beating Gabon on penalties 7-6, as regular and extra time ended in a 2-2 draw.

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