Two days before the much-anticipated “Carthage Eagles” match against Nigeria in the eighth round of the African Nations Cup in Cameroon, Tunisian national team coach Mundar El Kabir and his four technical staff today joined the list of victims of the corona virus. To the local media.
Tunisian radio “Mosaic FM” confirmed the results of the tests of the best and team doctor Suhail al-Shamli with goalkeeper coach Chadli Mabrooki and two technical staff, and “their absence from the team’s match against Nigeria”
But al-Kabeer could have missed that match as he was knocked out with two yellow cards in the third and final round of Group F matches against Gambia in Tunisia on Thursday.
Tunisia played in the absence of 10 players due to corona virus infection, especially Ali Maloul, Gilan al-Shalali, Mohammed Ali bin Ramadan and Wahbi Kasri. Gambia snatched a dangerous victory from defending Tunisia due to the Covit-19, with a goal in the third minute of stoppage time, but the “Carthage Eagles” crossed the final price as one of the four best third teams. In six groups in the competition.
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