Burkina Faso were hoping to book themselves into the Semi-Final when they welcomed Tunisia at Roumde Adjia Stadium this evening. However the Moment of silence was held before the match to Remember those who lost their lives on Monday due to Stampede.Burkina Faso started their match on 4-2-3-1 formation while Tunisia started their match on 4-3-3 formation.
The match started well as both sides were applying pressure. On the other hand Herve Koffi Received a Yellow Card following a heavy challenge. Meanwhile just minutes before the half time Burkina Faso took the lead through Dango Quattara and it was 1Neil during the half time.
In the second half Both teams came back very stronger. Just in the 50th minutes Quattara had an opportunity to double the scoring for Burkina Faso but his shot went wide. Meanwhile Tunisia made their Substitution Bringing In Naim Sliti. However Burkina Faso Also made their own Substitution Bringing In fresh legs.
Meanwhile just in the 82 minutes the goalscorer Dango Quattara was Send off Following a second book. At the end 1Neil is how it ended at Roumde Adjia Stadium. As a News Hub Creator I Will keep updating you regarding the latest football news across the globe. Continues reading Opera News. Your comments are more than welcome.
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Written by Ishmael.
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