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    Mali: Hunger for History Fuels National Team Ahead of TotalEnergies U-17 AFCON Semi-Final Against Morocco

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    Bamako, Mali – (African Boulevard News) – The TotalEnergies U-17 Africa Cup of Nations 2023 has been a thrilling tournament so far. We’ve seen some of the continent’s best young football talent on display. And in the semi-finals, the stakes have gotten even higher, with Mali set to take on Morocco in what promises to be an exciting encounter.

    The Malian team is hungry for success, with head coach Soumaila Coulibaly and skipper Ibrahim Diarra both stating that their desire to make history drives them to seek perfect results. Despite being the underdogs in the semi-final, they believe they have what it takes to make it to the final.

    Mali has been in impressive form throughout the tournament, winning all three of their group stage games to finish top of their group. They then defeated Senegal 2-1 in a closely contested quarterfinal, with captain Diarra scoring the winning goal.

    Coach Coulibaly has been impressed by the spirit and determination of his players, saying, “We know that we are up against a tough opponent in Morocco, but the desire to make history drives us forward. We have come this far, and we want to go all the way.”

    The Malian team will have their work cut out for them, as Morocco has also been in excellent form throughout the tournament. They finished top of their group, scoring six goals and conceding none in the process. In the quarterfinals, they defeated Cameroon 1-0 to set up the semi-final showdown with Mali.

    The Malian team will need to be at their best to overcome Morocco, but they are confident in their ability to do so. Skipper Ibrahim Diarra says, “We know that it will be a tough game, but we are ready for the challenge. We have been preparing for this moment for a long time, and we will give it everything we have.”

    The semi-final game promises to be a thrilling encounter, with both teams hungry for success. Mali will be hoping to make history by reaching the final, while Morocco will be determined to continue their impressive form and book their place in the decider.

    As football fans across the continent eagerly await the semi-final clash, one thing is for sure – it will be a game to remember.

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