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- E.T 2nd Half
- E.T 1st Half
- Bronn (o.g.)101'
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- Ben MohamedChaaleli82'
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Senegal - Tunisia
Africa Cup of Nations - 14 July 2019
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THAT'S IT! SENEGAL HAVE WON! A ridiculous match. So many penalties, so much controversy, but by no means does it feel an injustice.
A dreadful cross, and Senegal beat it away.
Khazri is clattered outside the box. This is the last moment..
There will be three minutes of added time.
Everyone is very cross on the pitch. It all lets the clock tick down.
THE REF WIPES OUT THE PENALTY! WHAT JAZZ!
The V-A-R is checking.
We're still waiting as people argue.
PENALTY! OH MY GIDDY DAYS! A throw in is headed on into Gueye's hand by Koulibaly.
Senegal are taking their sweet time over throw-ins at the moment.
- OffLamine GassamaSenegal
- OnMoussa WaguéSenegal
Wague on for Gassama.
Tunisia finally attempt to drive forward. There are barely more than 10 minutes to go until full time.
- E.T 2nd Half
Jofra Archer wil- I mean! The second half kicks off.
- End of E.T 1st Half
That's half time. See you in a few moments once I've worked off my cramp.
There will be a minute's added time.
Tunisia need to pull their fingers out for the second half here. Just batter the opposition, who will be sitting back out of fear, you'd expect.
- Own-goalDylan BronnTunisia
GOAL! Tunisia 0-1 Senegal. Bronn scores an own goal - A free kick on the right for Senegal. It's delivered from the right, Hassen misses it, it bounces off Bronn, and slides into an empty net. A dreadful error.
Bronn heads behind to concede a corner on the left wing.
Tunisia are being pinned back into their box right now.
Mane sprints into the box but Tunisia crowd them out.
- E.T 1st Half
We go again again.
- End of 2nd Half
FULL TIME! See you in the prescribed amount of time.
Khazri sends in a free kick from deep, it's headed out. Once, then twice.
There are three minutes of added time, or thereabouts..
Koulibaly heads a corner clear from the right. This game is trundling towards extra time, and I have no idea when I'll get to my moussaka.
A few minutes of normal time left.
This is Twitter at the moment.
- OffAyman Ben MohamedTunisia
- OnGhaylen ChaaleliTunisia
Chaaleli is on.
Saivet sends in a low, rubbish free kick from the right. Not a good two minutes for him.
SAVED! Saivet drills a low penalty that Hassen beats away.
PENALTY! This time it's for Senegal. Sarr jinks into the box, Bronn sticks out a leg, and it's an obvious foul.
- Yellow cardNaïm SlitiTunisia
Sliti is also booked.
- Yellow cardKalidou KoulibalySenegal
Confirmation of that yellow.
SAVED! Sassi skids a shot from the spot at goal, and it's down the middle, slow, and poorly hit. GUFF!
PENALTY! Koulibaly is penalised for a handball in the box after Sassis smacked a shot into the defender's elbow.
In the other big match, Nadal looks set to win Wimbledon. In the other other one, England are breaking my heart.
This game has gone raggedy. The problem is that even the attackers are knackered, so nobody is really doing anything.
- OffKrépin DiattaSenegal
- OnIsmaïla SarrSenegal
The excellent Sarr is on for Diatta.
Diagne stumbles in the box as he can't work his way through a crowded Tunisia box.
- Yellow cardWahbi KhazriTunisia
Khazri booked for a hack.
Some people are cross.
- OffM'Baye NiangSenegal
- OnMbaye DiagneSenegal
Niang is off, Diagne is on.
Mane appeals for a free kick on the left of the box, but the referee thinks no foul has been committed.
Hassen leaps onto the toes of Mane as he lined up a shot with an almost-empty goal. A brilliant intervention.
There's aggro! Diatta goes in late on - I think - Dreger, in the box, and the two sides exchange some very frank views about England's selection policy for the Ashes.
Senegal break through down the middle and Gueye is through. They have plenty of players running into the Tunisian half, three-on-threeish, but the ref halts play. Oh, that's rude!
It's headed out by Niang, behind for a corner on the left.
Khazri has the chance to cross from the left, with a free kick.
Sassi receives the ball in the box, makes space surrounded by four players, and Gomis beats away his shot with a smart stop.
Dreger puts through a great ball for Khenissi down the middle. Gomis rushes out, allowing the striker to lift the ball over his head, but it drifts over!
Sliti came on for Msakni at half time.
- 2nd Half
We go again.
- End of 1st Half
That's half time. See you shortly.
Two minutes' added time has been indicated.
Sabaly stands up his marker and Dreger manages to hold him off, kicking the ball out of play. It should have been a corner, but it wasn't awarded.
Two minutes left of normal time in this half.
Mane leads with an arm into Hassen, and the two collide. It's probably an accident, and hardly a disasttrous attempt, bu the 'keeper's mouth is bleeding.
Released down the inside right by Niang, Mane scoots around the 'keeper and from a fairly comfortable angle - but at top speed - he digs out a shot at goal that drifts wide - a waste.
Kouyate strides into the box and rides a challenge to bring the ball close to the penalty spot. It runs towards Niang, who instinctively spins and shoots towards goal, but it fires just wide.
People are looking for some crafty Tunisian diving. It's not been apparent so far.
Hassen punches away a high cross to clear the danger.
A cross to the ball post sees Koulibaly lunge in vain to try to meet it.
The ball is hoiked from Hassen all the way to Gomis. Meriah nudges Niang from behind as they chase a long ball, and Senegal have a free kick.
Some fans have noted the main danger for Tunisia.
Sabaly strides down the left after bringing down a high ball brilliantly, cuts onto his right foot and strikes a firm, curling shot that crashes against the far post.
Sassi scissors Saivet, and should really be booked, but the ref lets it go again.
Sassi kicks Ndiaye in the head as the Senegal man stoops to win the ball as the Tunisian reaches up to poke the ball. No yellow, which is a tad fortunate.
Koulibaly is forced to head over the bar with Bronn lurking behind him. Khazri will take the corner, and it's headed over with a firm effort from Msakni at the near post.
Niang hacks on Sassi to concede a free kick, 35 yards out and to the right. Khazri steps up.
This is the danger for Senegal - that they don't make their possession count.
Moments ago, Kouyate cleared the ball but was caught in the shin by Khazri - he seems fine to continue.
Mane makes room just inside the box on the left for a cross, but it's cut out and punted away.
Tunisia look for a moment of calm as they keep the ball in defence. Haddadi sends in a cross that loops up off a deflection and the 'keeper claims.
You'd imagine that most Liverpool fans just want him back healthy.
...and it's headed out to Sabaly, who slams over a long distance shot.
A low corner is flicked on at the near post by Niang, and it dribbles out for another corner. Saivet sends it in...
Sabaly is released on the overlap by Mane, and on the touchline he forces a corner..
Corner on the right for Senegal. Mane goes down as he collects a short corner, and Tunisia are under pressure again... until Niang sends a curling left-footed shot well over the bar.
Bronn clears the ball after Sane chases after him. The Senegalese have it back, but Dreger gets rid of a cross aimed at Niang.
Mane strides down the left, is nudged off the ball, and winces as he clutches his right shoulder - he seems OK to continue.
Kouyate wins a free kick in midfield as he challenges for a high ball. They send it long into the box, but concede a foul of their own.
- 1st Half
The match gets underway.
Five minutes to go, so get ready for some hot anthem action.
A win would give Senegal their first ever final in the competition.
Whabi Khazri once featured for Sunderland, and is wildly inconsistent. That hasn't stopped him smashing them in from 40 yards though.
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A reminder that you can watch the remainng ACON games on Eurosport.
There's plenty of Premier League interest in the Senegalese starting XI. Kouyate, Gueye and Mane all play in England, and Niang has played on loan for Watford.
Here is the Senegal XI: Gomis, Sabaly, Koulibaly, Gassama, Kouyate, Gueye, Mane, Ndiaye, Diatta, Niang, Saivet.
Here is the Tunisia line up.
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