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#1 2018-06-12 04:32:13

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Carthage Eagles look for better appearance in their 5th World Cup part

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Tunisia or as they prefer to be called, Carthage Eagles, is placed in a strong group alongside England, Belgium and Panama. Tunisia starts their journey against England on June 18 at Volgograd Arena; Belgium on June 23 at Spartak Stadium then ending the Group G matches against Panama on June 28 at Mordovia stadium. maxbet
Carthage Eagles are considered the Arab country that participated the most in the World Cup as this is the fifth time they take part in the tournament. Tunisia last participated in the World Cup in 2006. They participated in 1978, 1998, 2002 and 2006 editions. The Eagles have never qualified for the next round but presented good performance in their four appearances. Tunisia played 12 matches in the World Cup; four draws, a single victory and seven defeats. They are now back under the helm of the national team manager, Nabil Maaloul, who depends on the counter attacks with the strong defense. Tunisia, by that style of play, topped its World Cup qualifiers’ group whichmaxbet included Libya, DR Congo and Guinea. Tunisia reaped 14 points from four victories, two draws and no defeats. They scored 11 goals and conceded only four goals. Tunisia will miss Youssef Msakni in the World Cup. Youssef Msakni suffered an injury in April that has ruled him out of the World Cup. Tunisia’s coach believes that: "Tunisia without Msakni is as if Argentina was playing without Lionel Messi or Portugal without Cristiano Ronaldo. He's a very important player." .maxbet

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