Will Any Of Our Teams Finally Break Africa's World Cup Spell?
Between Nigeria, Senegal, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia carrying the hopes of Africa on their shoulders and Argentine football legend Lionel Messi saying: "We don't know so much about Nigeria but the African teams are normally compact, tough and strong. So it will be no walkover," is there a chance we could see some surprises? allAfrica's Michael Tantoh, Melissa Britz, Jerry Chifamba, Esther Rose, Melody Chironda, and Nontobeko Mlambo share their thoughts in the video below the reports which follow...
- Publication Date:
- 14 June 2018
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