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Tjipenandjambi Karuuombe and Penouua Kandjii from Namibia in action against Moubarack Compaore from Burkina Faso during the soccer game of the CAF U20 African Nations Cup 2021 between Burkina Faso and Namibia in the Cheikha Ould Boidiya Stadium, Nouakchott, Mauritania on May 21 February 2021 BackpagePix

NAMIBIA crashed out of the U20 Afcon tournament in Mauritania after Kouame Botue gave Burkina Faso a very happy 1-0 win at the last minute on Sunday evening

Namibia was more than able to hold its own and seemed headed for a draw when Burkina Faso fell in the last minute Karamoko Banda headed the ball into Namibia’s penalty area and when Tuli Nashixwa failed to clear it, the ball was directed to an unmarked botue With the win, Burkina Faso took their place at the top of Group B and booked their spot in the quarter-finals, which was joined by the Central African Republic, who beat Tunisia 2-1 in the other Group B game on Sunday night, in a physical one and fast-paced encounter made Namibia the early attack with Edmar Kamatuka, who shot into the side-netting early, while a long-range attempt by Prins Tjiueza went well beyond the goals, Tjiueza also came close with a free kick that scored many goals, but the chances were slim as the physical encounter interrupted by numerous injuries and interruptions, Burkina Faso was attacked in the second At halftime with an early shot from Roland Sanou over the bar while an Eric Chardy free kick went wide, Burkina Faso came in 66 Just wide again after a corner kick, but Namibian goalkeeper Philipus Josef was able to save Pierre Landry Kabore at close range. Eight minutes later, Namibia had a great chance when captain Steven Damaseb hit a nice cross, but his volley was well blocked by a defender from Burkina However, Faso scored in stoppage time when Botue scored a final winner to secure his spot in the quarterfinals Namibian coach James Britz said the tournament still had some positive results despite the elimination “Unfortunately we ran out early but I have to say we can take some good things from this tournament.We had two Man of the Match Awards of our three games, which I think is great at this level.We come from a country of only 2.5 million people and have received two awards – Prins Tjiueza against the Central African Republic and today our captain Steven Damaseb It is It’s not easy to play against them and they are giants of African football, so we can be proud of these successes, “he said.” We also have a young squad and our team has 13 players left for the next Afcon qualifiers available We are trying to develop the players for the future because we are examining the long-term benefits for Namibian football, ”he added. Britz said the Namibian team will stay in Mauritania for a few more days and wished Burkina Faso all the best for the tournament “We’ll be here for a while and watch a game or two because we’re not leaving now. I just want to wish the Burkina Faso coach all the best, he seems to be a very humble person, I can hear him asking the questions He has a very good team and I hope he can win the tournament, ”he said

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News – AU – Last-minute gate brings Namibia to pack – The Namibian
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