The Senegal national team recovers from an injury from September before the Côte d’Ivoire Summit in Africa

Entezem Youssef Sabally, player Senegal national team In the group training that was held today after recovering from the injury, in preparation for facing Côte d’Ivoire tomorrow, Monday, in the round of 16 matches of the 2023 African Cup of Nations.

The Senegalese newspaper “We Sport” revealed that Youssef Sabally suffered an injury with the Senegal national team four and a half months ago against the Algerian national team in a friendly match that brought them together at Abdellah Wade Stadium last September, but Aliou Cisse, the coach of the Teranga Lions, insisted on including him in the list despite his lack of readiness. Before the start of the Nations Championship.

Senegal vs Ivory Coast

A team collides Senegal Holder of the title of the last edition of the African Cup of Nations with Côte d’Ivoire, host of the tournament at the summit of the Round of 16 competitions of the 2023 African Cup of Nations.

The Senegal national team continues to shine on the continent, as it qualified at the top of the standings of Group C for the African Cup of Nations with 9 points with a full score of 3 wins, while Côte d’Ivoire only achieved 3 points from one win and two losses.

The Charles Conan Bane Stadium will be the stage for Côte d’Ivoire’s match against Senegal at ten o’clock tomorrow evening, Cairo time.

Youssef Sabally, Senegal national team player

And longer Senegal The only team to achieve 3 victories in the African Cup of Nations this year, beating Gambia 3-0, Cameroon 3-1, and Guinea 2-0.

While the Côte d’Ivoire national team lost its last two matches in the tournament against Nigeria 0-1 and Equatorial Guinea 0-4, and if it loses against the “Lions of Teranga”, it will be the first organization in history to lose in 3 matches during one edition of the African Cup of Nations.

It will also be the first time for Côte d’Ivoire since the period from 1970 to 1974 that they have lost 3 consecutive matches, and the first in one edition.

If Senegal wins over Côte d’Ivoire, it will be the first since Algeria in 2019 to achieve victory in the first 4 matches in one edition.

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