Liverpool: Super Sadio to the quarter-finals
Liverpool: Super Sadio to the quarter-finals.. We wish him a speedy recovery
The English club Liverpool congratulated Senegalese player Sadio Mane on qualifying for the quarter-finals of the African Nations Championship currently being held in Cameroon, after winning over Cape Verde in the framework of the round of 16 matches.
And the official account of Liverpool FC on Twitter published a picture of Sadio Mane, commenting on it: “Super Sadio to the quarter-finals of the 2021 African Cup of Nations… Mane scored the first goal against Cape Verde in a wonderful way and then came out injured, we wish him a speedy recovery.”
Senegal qualified for the quarter-finals of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, after its difficult victory over Cape Verde, with a clean double, in the meeting that brought them together on Tuesday evening, at the “Quekong” stadium, in the 16th round of the tournament, which is currently held in Cameroon and continues until the sixth From next February.
Senegalese star Sadio Mane almost scored the first goal, in the first minute, but the left post of Cap Verde saved his shot.
And Patrick Andrade, a player for the Cape Verdean national team, was subjected to a direct expulsion after returning to the “VAR” video technology, after his violent intervention on Babi Guy, a player for the Teranga Lions.
In the second half, Cap Verde goalkeeper Josemar Fosinha was sent off in the 57th minute, after his strong intervention on Sadio Mane, so Cap Verde completed the match with nine players.
The Teranga Lions succeeded in exploiting the numerical deficiency of their opponent, and Sadio Mane scored the first goal in the 63rd minute with a superb shot, and replaced Mane in the 70th minute due to his inability to complete the match, affected by the strong intervention of the Cape Verde goalkeeper.
Ahmedou Bamba Deng added the second goal of the Senegalese team in the second minute of time instead of wasted for the match.
Senegal is waiting for the winner of the match between Mali and Equatorial Guinea in the quarter-finals of the African Nations Cup.