Can / Cameroon 2021: great introduction to the Eagles of Mali

By winning on Wednesday January 12 in Limbé by the score of 1 goal to 0 against Tunisia, the Eagles take an option for qualification in 8e of the Africa Cup of Nations – Cameroon 2021.

The duel between the shells turned in favor of the Eagles of Mali who beat those of Carthage of Tunisia by the score of 1 goal to 0 in a match counting for the first day of group F of the African Cup of Nations (CAN) Cameroon 2021. The fate of the meeting was played in 2e period when each of the teams had a penalty. The Malian penalty was transformed by Ibrahim Koné in the 48e minute. While that of Tunisia was rejected by the Malian goalkeeper, Ibrahim Bosso Mounkoro, in the 77e minute.

For this first outing, Hamary Traoré’s teammates left a strong impression. Conquerors and volunteers, the Eagles set their pace from the outset by attacking the Tunisian camp. Mohamed Magassouba’s men with a very well developed game largely dominated the first half without succeeding in scoring

In the second half, the Eagles came back with the same intentions. This is how they will manage to open the scoring in the 48th minute. A goal that he will keep until the end of the meeting. Since the Tunisian Waby Kasiry saw his penalty rejected by the Malian goalkeeper, Ibrahim Bosso Mounkoro.

The severe expulsion of El Bilal Touré by the referee is the only false note of the meeting for the Eagles. Coach Magassouba will now have to do without the striker from Reims (France) during the next meeting since he will be suspended. While waiting for the confrontation between Gambia and Mauritania, the Eagles of Mali settle alone at the top of the classification of group F.

Abdrahamane SISSOKO/Maliweb.net

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