match report by: The
Shot That Passed Right Through The Net
After displaying some talent in the first 5 minutes, the inexperienced Ouganda side found themselves with their backs against the wall, eager to contain the damage, facing an inspired and concentrated Tunisia.
With Sellimi back in attack and Ayadi Hamrouni to come from the right wing, kicking corners and free kicks, Tunisia created a high number of scoring opportunities.
The two goals resulted from after corner havocs when defended balls were netted in by Kanzari with a great 16m volley and Trabelsi (Reuters say: Jaidi) by a header.
The beginning less lopsided, as the Ugandans tried to attack now with some more players. But this new attitude also created space for Tunisian counter-attacks.
A situation similar to the first two goals, after a free kick from the right led to a 16m rocket by Boukadida - 3:0
Counter-attack and penalty after foul: The before unlucky Sellimi converted to an erly 4:0
Uganda took all risks of disaster and continued attempting to attack what lead to their first big, fine played, goal opportunity after 70 minutes.
The hungry Tunisians
scored two more sophistically architected goals as the Uganda defense dissolved
in the final minutes of the match (scorers Rouissi and Gabsi)
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