The Lions of Teranga have beaten the Eagles of Cathage 1-0 in an exciting rollercoaster ride in the first semi-final at the African Cup of Nations.
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Senegal Hit Tunisia to Qualify for First AFCON Final in 17 years
CAF, 14 July 2019
A Dylan Bronn own goal inside 10 minutes of added time saw Senegal book their first Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) final slot in 17 years after beating Tunisia’s Carthage… Read more »
Senegal Edge Past Tunisia to Reach Cup of Nations Final
RFI, 14 July 2019
Senegal advanced to the final of the Africa Cup of Nations on Sunday night following a 1-0 win over Tunisia after extra-time. Read more »
Afcon 2019 - Senegal Defeat Tunisia, Qualify for Final
Premium Times, 14 July 2019
Senegal on Sunday qualified for the final of the African Cup of Nations after a 1-0 defeat of Tunisia. Read more »
Senegal's national soccer team at the AFCON (file photo)
Thrills, Spills, Own Goal Sees Senegal Sink Tunisia's Dream at AFCON 2019
allAfrica, 14 July 2019
Senegal's Lions of Teranga and Tunisia's Eagles of Carthage played a scintillating game of football worthy of a semi-final match where fans endured some tense moments as their… Read more »
The Eagles of Carthage will face The Lions of Teranga in July 14's last-four tie of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. Tunisia has won the African title once in 2004, while Senegal ... Read more »
West African teams Nigeria and Senegal beat South Africa and Benin respectively to advance to the next stage of the African Cup of Nations in Egypt. The next deciding matches are ... Read more »
In two African Cup of Nations quarter-final matches in Egypt, Tunisia progressed to their first AFCON semi-final in 15 years after beating tournament surprise package Madagascar, ... Read more »
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