Algeria go beyond Guinea and qualify for the quarterfinals of the Nations of Africa World Of Sport -

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The Algerian national team continued their campaign to regain the African Cup of Nations title, absent from its vaults 29 years ago, after qualifying for the quarter-finals of the continental competition held in Egypt, with a precious and easy 3-0 victory over Guinea on Sunday (July 7, July 2019) in the sixteenth round of the tournament.

The victory of the Algerian team, to give the ball the first Arab seat in the quarter-finals of the tournament, after the Moroccan and Egyptian teams left the tournament from the knockout stage.

The Algerian team, who won the title in 1990, achieved their victory with the least effort, as they could add more goals, given the technical capabilities of their players over the Guinean team.

Youssef Al-Bailay, a professional with Esperance, opened the scoring for Algeria in the 24th minute before Manchester City's Riaz Mehrez added the second goal in the 57th minute. Adam and Naseem secured the third goal of the team known as Desert Warriors. 82 minutes.

Algeria, the only team with a clean sheet in the tournament, now face a quarter-final on Thursday at the new Suez Stadium with the winner of Mali and Cote d'Ivoire.


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