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The Tunisia team claimed a precious 2-0 victory over Zambia on September 7, 2021 in Ndola, in Group B of qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
With two wins in two matches, the Tunisia team have made their start to qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Four days after dominating Equatorial Guinea 3-0, the Tunisians this time beat the Zambians 2-0. But this September 7, 2021 in Ndola was anything but a walk in the park for the Eagles of Carthage.
Striker Wahbi Khazri certainly opened the scoring quickly from the penalty spot, following a hand foul from Benedict Chepeshi in his area (0-1, 3rd minute). And Zambian goalkeeper Cyril Chibwe had to ward off a dangerous strike from striker Fakhreddine ben Youssef (19th).
But the Chipolopolo then reacted with the manner, like this beautiful movement concludes with a strike over the frame of Dickson Chapa (31st). Prince Mumba with a too crossed half-volley (38th), Dominic Chanda with a long shot (48th), Clatous Chama with an uncrossed header (69th) or Jimmy Mukeya with a slightly too crossed shot (83rd) ), seriously threatened the cage guarded by Farouk Ben Mustapha.
However, it was the visitors who scored the second goal of this meeting with Anis Ben Slimane who volleyed a ball repelled by Cyril Chibwe (0-2, 90th 1).
The Tunisian selection thus leaves the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium with 3 new points and a consolidated place of leader of group B, and this whatever the result of the match Equatorial Guinea – Mauritania.
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