if (typeof __ez_fad_position! = ‘undefined’) {__ ez_fad_position (‘div-gpt-ad-dzairdaily_com-medrectangle-3-0’)}; Favorite to compete for places of honor for play-offs in group A as well as the Algerian team, Burkina Faso intends to sweep away everything in its path to grab the victories and thus integrate the elite of world football for the first time in its history. After successfully completing their first streak against Niger (2-0), Kamou Malo’s troops are tackling a huge challenge against the reigning African champions.

Here lies almost all the weight of the history of a Burkinabé team eager to make it to the final phase of the World Cup and to prove its recent rise to power. She dreams a little bigger while hoping to thwart all the forecasts against a real African cador. Or the Algerian selection. A competitor, holder of the continental invincibility record, whom the Stallions do not seem to apprehend.

if (typeof __ez_fad_position! = ‘undefined’) {__ ez_fad_position (‘div-gpt-ad-dzairdaily_com-medrectangle-4-0’)}; If Mahrez and his teammates do not necessarily appear to be the ideal opponents compared to their wealthy record, Burkina Faso is not making a mountain to face them. The president of the Burkinabè Football Federation (FBF) has shown his confidence in the potential of the Malo group to bring down a real safe that is Algeria with an exceptional series of twenty-eight games without the slightest defeat.

This is indeed what Echorouk reports. The generalist Arabic-language daily mentions the information in its today’s edition. Aware of the plethora of squad held by Djamel Belmadi, the president of the FBF remains confident for the Burkina Faso team. The day after the triumph against the Nigeriens, the Burkinabè sports leader visited Lassina Traoré’s partners.

He gave them a speech full of motivation and strength. Lazare Banssé took advantage of his visit to provide them with the encouragement of President Kaboré and the Ministry of Youth and Sports. But above all he called on them to confirm against the desert fighters. For their part, the players have displayed their supreme ambition for their next confrontation. Honoring the national flag is their only watchword.

A goal which is by far the most important against one of the best teams on the African continent. It should be remembered that this match which will delight the rivalry between Issa Kaboré and Islam Slimani will be held on Tuesday. It will take place at the Grand Stade in Marrakech, Morocco. Cameroonian Yuven Blaise N’Gawa will kick off at 8:00 p.m. Algerian time.

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