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Figures and facts.. Tunisia in the 2021 African Cup of Nations

Figures and facts.. Tunisia in the 2021 African Cup of Nations

Here are the facts about Tunisia, which qualified for the African Cup of Nations:

*African Cup of Nations record
Previous participation in finals: 19 times in 1962, 1963, 1965, 1978, 1982, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019
Best performance: She won the title in 2004.

She was drawn into Group F alongside Gambia, Mali and Mauritania.

Coach: Munther Al Kabeer
The appointment of the former defender came in August 2019 after a long period of reliance on foreign coaches.
Previously, he worked with the three biggest clubs in Tunisia, Al-Afriqi, Esperance and Etoile du Sahel.
Although Tunisia reached the Arab Cup final last month, speculation emerged that the 51-year-old coach could be sacked, which led to the National Federation issuing a statement denying the matter.

* Most notable players: striker Wahbi Khazri (30 years old)
Khazri, who was born in Corsica and played for France’s under-21 national team despite his Tunisian parents, is participating in the finals for the fifth time.
It will be a good break from struggling Saint-Etienne in Ligue 1 as Khazri is the team’s top scorer this season, although the team is bottom of the table.
Khazri started his career in Bastia and then moved to Bordeaux before a failed spell with Sunderland and returned to France to join Stade Rennes.

* ITF Ranking in December 2021: 30
* How to qualify: She topped Group Ten against Equatorial Guinea, Tanzania and Libya.

* Lineup:
goalkeepers: Farouk bin Mustafa (Esperance) Bashir bin Said (Union of Monastir) Ayman Dahmane (Sfaxien) Ali Jamal (Etoile du Sahel)
Defenders: Ali Abdi (Cayenne) Mohamed Amine Benhamida (Esperance) Dylan Braun (Metz) Mohamed Drager (Nottingham Forest) Osama Haddadi (Yeni Malatya Sport) Bilal Al-Aifa (African) Ali Maaloul (Al-Ahly of Egypt) Hamza Mathlouthi (Zamalek) Omar Rakik (Arsenal) Montaser Talbi (Rubin Kazan)
Midfielders: Firas Belarabi (Ajman, UAE), Mohammed Ali Bin Ramadan (Esperance), Anis Bin Soleimani (Brondeby), Ghaylan Chaalali (Esperance), Seif Eddine Khaoui (Clermo), Issa Al-Aidouny (Fransafrosh), Hannibal Majbri (Manchester United), Hamza Rafia (Standard Liege) Elias Skhiri ( Cologne)
Attackers: Seif El-Din El-Jaziri (Egyptian Zamalek) Wahbi Khazri (Saint Etienne) Youssef Msakni (Qatari Arab) Naim Saliti (Saudi Agreement) Yuan Touzgar (Troyes)

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