Adopt-a-Team Time for Africa at the World Cup

Feeling hard done by after the unfortunate exit of Senegal through the fairplay rule, Africans had a reason to smile later in the evening as Tunisia triumped over Panama though a little too late as the match had no bearing on the group. Michael Tantoh from allAfrica however thinks the soccer fiesta is not over as Africans will have to adopt a team. More importantly the African representatives will have to take home some positives from the tournament.

See Africa's Goals at 2018 World Cup

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Although Africa's teams left Russia early after being knocked out of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, some memorable goals were scored.

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Victor Moses somersaults after scoring an equalizer in Nigeria's clash with Argentina in St Petersburg on June 26. The Super Eagles lost the match when Argentina scored a second goal to make the final tally 2-1.

Tunisia, Nigeria, Egypt and Senegal national teams.

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