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Algeria score 17 minutes into stoppage time to beat Qatar

Algeria score 17 minutes into stoppage time to beat…

Youcef Belaili scored 17 minutes into stoppage time as Algeria beat Arab Cup hosts Qatar 2-1 in a dramatic end to Wednesday’s second semi-final to set up a final against neighbours Tunisia. Belaili had a penalty saved but was quickest to the rebound to earn Algeria victory in a bizarre conclusion to a game they looked to have wrapped up, but which changed complexion after the referee from Poland added nine minutes of stoppage time at the Al Thumama Stadium. Algeria were leading
Qatar to face Algeria in an exciting football confrontation

Qatar to face Algeria in an exciting football confrontation

Qatar national football team (Asian champion) will face Algeria (Desert Warriors) in tomorrow's second semi-final to be played at Al Thumama Stadium. Al Annabi are the only side in the tournament to win four straight matches. Algeria are also unbeaten in the event but lost points due to a draw against Egypt in their last group match. Algeria knocked hot favorites Morocco out of the tournament after winning their thrilling quarter-final on penalties. Al Annabi, who also went unbeaten during their Asian Cup

Algeria edge Morocco in penalty thriller to set up…

Algeria edged out Morocco 5-3 on penalties in a thrilling quarter-final of the FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021 at the Al Thumama Stadium.       In what was the clash of the tournament’s heavyweights last night, Algeria and Morocco were leveled 1-1 in the regulation time, with both teams adding a goal each in extra time, taking the high-octane match into the tie-breaker.  Algerian captain Rais M’Bolhi was the hero for the Desert Warriors, blocking Karim El Berkaoui’s attempt during the penalty

Africa Cup of Nations: Draw made for delayed 2021…

Holders Algeria have drawn former winners Ivory Coast in the group stage of the delayed 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon next year. At a star-studded ceremony in Yaounde on Tuesday, Algeria were drawn in Group E where they will also face Sierra Leone and Equatorial Guinea. The tournament, which features 24 teams and runs from 9 January to 6 February, will see the winners and runners-up in each of the six groups, plus the best four third-placed teams, reach the knockout