The neighbors have already opposed the group stage, Senegal and Mali will be in the final of U-20 CAN, which is currently held in Niger. The two selections have eliminated South Africa (1-0) and Nigeria (1-1, 4-3 divisions) Wednesday in the semi-finals respectively.
Senegal faithful to appointment! For the third time Cubs will compete in the finals of the U-20 CAN! This Wednesday, the stallions, Jusuf Dabo, validated their ticket by rejecting South Africa (1-0) in the semi-finals in Niamey Niger. Dominant, Senegalese waited until the end of the game to take the lead by taking a shot against Camp Givenmore Khupe (78th). Enough to make the happiness of the little ones they find in the last neighbor: Mali!
Earlier, Aiglons qualified after a stress test, winning the penalty shoot-out against Nigeria (1-1, 4-3 tab). This is the second time in history that Mali has reached this level (defeated in 1989). However, the Nigerians dominated the start of the game, but failed to hit their home, and the Malians gradually returned to the game. Mamadou Traore even opened the score at the end of the game (78th), thinking of proposing Aiglo's qualification, but Pascal Dujubor grabbed the equalizer for the seven-time winners of the race (86).
Still tied, both teams had to come out of extra time first and then hit the goal. Nigerian Valentine Ozorvafor and Malian Bubakar Traori missed the first attempt of each team, but then Aylon fired four victorious shots while the flying eagles finally collapsed, stamping their fate. On Sunday we will be entitled to a promising West African Derby in the final. After two defeats at this level in the last two editions, the Senegalese are determined to cut the curse against an opponent who would 2-0 10 days ago in the first match of the group.