Tunisia and Ghana 1-1 ( 5-4 PT ) ⚡ MATCH Goals & HighLights 🔥 Africa Cup of Nations 2019 🏆




The penalty shootout gives Tunisia the qualification to reach the quarter-finals

Tunisia qualified for the quarterfinals of the African Cup of Nations in penalty shootout 5-4 with a result after a positive draw 1-1 in the original and additional rounds in the meeting held at the stadium "Ismailia", that the Tunisian team face Madagascar in the quarter-finals of the meeting to be held On Thursday (July 11th).

ملخص مباراة تونس وغانا 1-1 + ركلات الترجيح 5-4 - تأهل تونس - كأس الأمم الأفريقية 2019


The start of the first half of the game saw Ghana's preference for control and possession of the ball amid a decline by the Tunisian team, which relied on quick counter-attacks, while the Ghana team almost scored the goal of progress after a corner around the player Ghana in Al Qaim followed by a shot The guard put her away.

Tunisia's performance improved after a quarter-hour and threatened Ghana's goal with more than a real chance. The Ghanaian sent a powerful shot from outside the penalty area but the goalkeeper put it into an untapped corner. The referee canceled a goal for Ghana on offense. The first half ends 0-0.

In the second half, Ghana striker Samuel Oso fired a shot from inside the penalty area and was sent off by the goalkeeper in the 51st minute. Tunisia almost scored the lead after a ball from the Azzurri, but the defense narrowed it to a corner in the 70th minute. In the 71st minute Tunisia almost took the lead after corner and head of Al Khneisi but in the crossbar.

Tunisia scored the goal of the lead by Taha Yassin Al-Khneisi after a cross from Khedida around Al-Khneisi in the net. Ghana almost equalized after a shot from outside the penalty area. The goal was scored by Ghana's goalkeeper Rami Al-Badawi by mistake. Minute "90 + 2" to end the second half 1-1.

In the first half of the game, the Ghanaian fired a powerful shot away from the keeper to the corner, and then responded with a wonderful shot from outside the penalty area goalkeeper, and the rest of the extra first half 1-1, Jordan Io wasted a goal for Ghana in the minute "115" shot from inside The penalty area lost the goal.

The referee ended the second half, and the two teams moved to a penalty shootout that gave Tunisia a 5-4 lead.