22 January 2013

Algeria/Tunisia: First-Half of the Second Match of the Day - Tunisia Vs Algeria

The Maghreb derby is the second displays the day of the group D, billed as the "Group of Death" competition. Earlier in the day, the Côte d'Ivoire came to the end of Togo 2-1.

The early game was quiet for the first Tunisia and Algeria in the history of the African Cup of Nations. Both teams are very concerned and we are witnessing the beginning of a game very hung especially in midfield. But Fennecs slightly dominate the beginning of the meeting without creating opportunities.

Tunisia's Jemaa ground after contact with the edge of the area of Algeria. The injury appears serious and trainers take all precautions Jemaa ankle seems to have turned.

Greens sound hostilities in the 12th minute. A magnificent center Cadamuro, Slimani beat his defender at the penalty spot to put a whim that overpowered Boxing Ben Cherifa hardly a corner but the whistle interrupts the action, the striker was offside.

The same Slimani returns to the load to the 29th minute. Following a festival left, uncheck Feghouli a perfect center for striker placing a whim overkill comes crashing down on the bar Ben Cherifa.

The two teams will reach the locker room with the score 0-0.

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