Tunisia Makes It 4-0 For Africa In The 2018 World Cup

Tunisia Makes It 4-0 For Africa In The 2018 World Cup

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Tunisia Makes It 4-0 For Africa In The 2018 World Cup

Following a 2-1 defeat to the three lions of England, Tunisia becomes the 4th African country to lose in this year’s FIFA World Cup held in Russia.

England got the first goal courtesy skipper Harry Kane but Ferjani Sassi got the equalizer for Tunisia from a spot kick after a foul in the penalty area by England’s Kyle Walker.

The goal by Ferjani Sassi happens to be the first for an African country so far in the world cup making the scores 1-1 at half time.

A late header from Harry Kane after a Harry Maguire flick saw the English run away with all three points from the match.

The late goal denied Tunisia of becoming the first African country so far to get a point in this year’s World Cup.

Senegal plays against Poland and are the last hope for Africa since Morocco, Egypt, Nigeria, and Tunisia have all lost their opening group game.

 

 

Source: Nicholas Otabil- L 300

 

 

 

 

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