Ivory CoastvAlgeria ⇔ Football Match Review ≡ Predictions, results, odds

Ivory CoastvAlgeria ⇔ Football Match Review ≡ Predictions, results, odds

Ramy Bensebaini was involved in a weird altercation with Crystal Palace forward Wilfied Zaha during Algeria's Africa Cup of Nations quarter-final victory over Ivory Coast on Thursday.

The football confrontation is holding during the tournament Africa Cup of Nations in worldwide.

Max Gradel's curling 25-yard shot was tipped onto the post by a diving M'Bolhi as the Ivorians served notice of their early attacking intent.

Wilfried Bony gave the Elephants the lead after 26 minutes in that match, before Hilal Soudani equalised for Algeria in the 51st minute.

Algeria, seeking a first AFCON triumph since 1990 when they hosted and won will face the same Nigeria they defeated to win their lone title to date.

Algeria had a great chance to go further ahead early in the second half when Gbohouo fouled Bounedjah. but the Algerian striker blazed the penalty against the crossbar and over.

Tunisia scored twice in eight minutes after halftime, and again in injury time.

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The North Africans progressed to the semi-final to join Senegal, Nigeria and Tunisia in the final four.

It was 2-0 on the hour when Adrien could only parry Khazri's effort and Msakni followed up to find the bottom corner before the former Sunderland midfielder fed Sliti to complete the scoring in stoppage time.

Algerian players celebrate after winning the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) quarter final football match between Ivory Coast and Algeria at the Suez stadium in Suez on July 11, 2019.

Straight after, Ivory Coast captain Serey Die had to score to send the shootout to sudden death, and he cannoned his penalty off the same post to finally seal the victory for the Algerians.

"In the team, all players are important, we have 23 players and they are big players, big men too".

Cote d'Ivoire equalized through Aston Villa forward Jonathan Kodjia to push the game into extra time and eventually penalties.

Algeria had another chance to avoid the dreaded penalty shoot-outs, with a free-kick from just outside the box deep in stoppage time and although Andy Delort curled his strike wide.

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