Tunisia faces Brazil in a friendly on the 27th of this month in Paris

Tunisia will play its second friendly match with Brazil on September 27 at the Parc des Princes stadium of Paris Saint-Germain, in preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, according to what the latter announced on Friday.

The first match between the two teams was held on June 6, 1973, and ended with the victory of Nojoom Seleção 4-1.

Brazil played its last match at the Parc des Princes on June 27, 1998, when it beat Chile 4-1 in the final price with a double for Ronaldo and Cesar Sampaio in the World Cup France.

Brazil will play another match in France against Ghana on September 23, also at the Ossian Stadium in Le Havre.

On the other hand, the "Carthage Eagles" will enter the first camp in Tunisia in mid-September, and then play a friendly match on the 23rd of it, which press reports indicated may be against the Comoros national team in Orleans, France, before facing Brazil after 4 days.

Tunisia had played the "Kirin Cup" international friendly tournament in Japan in June, when it won the title after beating Chile (2-0) with goals by Ali El-Abedy and Issam Jebali, then Japan 3-0, with goals by Mohamed Ali Ben Ramadan, Ferjani Sassi and Jebali.

Tunisia will compete in the World Cup finals in Qatar at the end of the year in one group with France, Denmark and Australia, where it hopes in its sixth participation to qualify for the first time to the second round.

As for Brazil, it fell into a group that includes Switzerland, Cameroon and Serbia.

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