Africa Cup of Nations 2022 - Sadio Mane kicks Senegal against Zimbabwe with a penalty kick at the end of the match

Africa Cup of Nations 2022 – Sadio Mane kicks Senegal against Zimbabwe with a penalty kick at the end of the match

Senegal is doing very well. This Monday, the Teranga Lions beat Zimbabwe, by the lowest score, at the end of extra time (1-0), to enter the competition in the Africa Cup of Nations. At Kouekong Stadium in Bafoussam in Cameroon, Sadio Mane saved his team with a penalty kick (90 + 7). It is clear that the Senegalese took the helm of Group B, while Guinea and Malawi, who are also in this group, face each other on Monday (5 pm).

During the last three editions of the African Cup of Nations, Senegal have always won their opening match. This year, Teranga Lions almost continued his series. Finally, after Kelvin Madzungoy committed a hand in his team’s penalty area, Sadio Mane extended it.

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The number ten took charge, scoring his 27th goal in selection. Like all other Senegalese, the inhabitants of the Hammar had a rather complicated encounter. Despite everything, the English Premier League star managed to get an interesting position in the first (24th) season, but without being able to surprise Petros Mahari. Just like Munich and Marseille Bona Sarr previously (42nd place).

Due to Covid and many positive cases among the team’s players, Aliou Cissé had only six substitutes, including the goalkeeper. The janitors also did not deliver, as neither Edward Mendy nor Alfred Gomis could take their place. It’s the usual number three in the hierarchy, namely Sini Deng, who happened to be the Senegalese goalkeeper.

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The QPR goalkeeper had no difficulty and was able to be particularly vigilant against Knowledge Musona (40), Tino Kadewere (59) or even Teenage Hadebe (85th). The Warriors, who had not won a match since March 25, thought they could get a point, which would have been a real achievement for them.

In the end, it won’t be, and Norman Mabeza’s men will have to respond as of their next match, against Malawi, on Friday (5pm). As for the vice-champions of Africa, they continued their impressive streak, with this 12th consecutive meeting unbeaten. The series continues from Friday (2 pm) against Guinea.

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