Algeria, Tunisia and the Arab pride in the African World Cup

The Arab joy at the African Nations Cup after Tunisia's victory over Madagascar in the quarterfinals of the quarter-finals of the tournament was completed with a clean 3-0 victory over Tunisia, reaching the semi-finals for the first time since 2004.


Arab joy at the African Nations Cup after Tunisia's victory over Madagascar in the quarterfinals of the quarter-finals of the tournament was completed with a clean 3-0 win over Tunisia, reaching the semi-finals for the first time since 2004. Tunisia scored Senegal in the final of the tournament.

The Tunisian trio, Ferjani Saes, Youssef El Masakati and Naeem El Saliti, scored in the 52nd, 60th and 93rd minutes to renew the Eagles with the golden box of the African competition after 15 years. Tunisia will face Senegal in the semi-finals next Sunday.

While the Carthage Eagles qualified for the Algerian team and the difficult rise at the expense of the Ivory Coast, to meet the Nigerian team, and qualified the Arab teams with great strength and spirit provided by the players in the two games to confirm eligibility to qualify after they presented a model of determination, after 9 years, the Algerian team to reappear in half Finals of the African Nations Championship, after beating Cote d'Ivoire on penalties (4-2), in the tournament hosted by Egypt until July 19.

The Algerian team, which last qualified for this role was in the 2010 tournament held in Angola, where he came out at the hands of the then-Egyptian champion in four clean.

ref: emara

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