Tunisia Comes Through With Africa's 1st World Cup Goal!
allAfrica's Juanita Williams may not be a soccer expert, but she knows an exciting game when she sees it, and like most Africans, is just thankful that Tunisia lifted some of the pressure from Senegal's shoulders. The Carthage Eagles became the first goalscorers from the continent at the World Cup in Russia - and no own goals!
allAfrica, 18 June 2018
Tunisia is up, carrying the hopes of Africa on their shoulders. Let's not talk about that EU membership application right now, okay? Read more »
Premium Times, 18 June 2018
The eighth penalty call at Russia 2018 almost gave Tunisia a share of the points against England at the Volgograd Arena on Monday; but Harry Kane scored in the last minute of the… Read more »
Ferjani Sassi successfully took the penalty for Tunisia.
FirstTouch, 18 June 2018
The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia has been nothing short of exciting. We have enjoyed bitter losses, heroic efforts, controversial decisions by the match officials among other… Read more »
allAfrica's Jerry Chifamba felt the hearts of Egypt's fans breaking in the 89th minute, as Uruguay's José Giménez claimed three points with his header to goal. Read more »
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 ... Read more »
Africa's five representatives to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia Tunisia, Nigeria, Morocco, Senegal and Egypt.
allAfrica, 14 June 2018
Of course, any World Cup would not be compete without a distinctively glamorous opening ceremony to kick things off. And even though it seems like only yesterday that we were… Read more »
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- 14 June 2018
Between Nigeria, Senegal, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia carrying the hopes of Africa on their shoulders and Argentine football legend Lionel Messi ... see more »
Premium Times, 9 June 2018
The group looks like one that will be easily predictable with many readily picking Belgium and England to progress. Read more »
Tunisia: Tunisia Name Final World Cup Squad
CAF, 4 June 2018
Tunisia coach Nabil Maaloul has the final 23-man squad for the FIFA World Cup Russia 2018. Read more »