Dakar, Senegal – (African Boulevard News) – Senegal’s U17 team captain, Amara Diouf, has attributed their victory over Algeria in the TotalEnergies U17 Africa Cup of Nations to teamwork. The match, which took place on Tuesday, saw Senegal triumph over the hosts, Algeria, with a score of 3-0. Diouf was awarded Man of the Match for his outstanding performance, which included scoring a goal and setting up another.
“We knew that this match would be a tough one, considering we were playing against the hosts. But we stuck together, and that was our key to success,” Diouf said after the match.
The Senegalese team displayed exceptional teamwork throughout the game, dominating possession and creating numerous chances. Diouf’s goal in the first half put the team ahead, and two further goals by Ibrahima Drame and Ibrahima Sarr sealed the victory in the second half.
The win secured Senegal’s place in the quarterfinals of the tournament, where they will face South Africa on Sunday.
“We are a confident team, but we won’t be complacent going into the next game. We know that we will face a tough challenge, but we will stick together and give it our best shot,” Diouf added.
The TotalEnergies U17 Africa Cup of Nations is a prestigious tournament that brings together some of the best young football talent from across Africa. This year’s tournament, which is being held in Morocco, has already seen some exciting matches and outstanding performances from the participating teams.
The victory over Algeria is a significant milestone for Senegal and demonstrates the team’s determination and commitment to their goals. The team will be hoping to continue their impressive form in the upcoming matches and secure a place in the final.
In conclusion, Senegal’s U17 team captain, Amara Diouf has credited the team’s success to their unwavering teamwork in the match against Algeria. The team displayed exceptional teamwork, leading to their victory and advancing them to the quarterfinals of the TotalEnergies U17 Africa Cup of Nations. The team will take on South Africa on Sunday and will be hoping to continue their great form and secure a place in the final.