The Tunisian team has started the qualifications for the CAN 2023, this June 2, 2022 in Rades. Tunisians beat Equatorial Guinea 4-0 in Group J.
The qualifiers for the next African Cup of Nations (CAN 2023) started in the best way for the Tunisian team. Here she is at the top of the Group J standings against Libya (1-0 winner of Botswana the day before), after the first day of these qualifiers for the CAN 2023.
A first place that the Carthage Eagles owe to their clear 4-0 success against Equatorial Guinea. On June 2, 2022 in Rades, the Tunisians had to wait until the 56th minute and a cross shot from winger Naïm Sliti to unblock the situation. It all followed with the exclusion of midfielder Joanet for two yellow cards (72nd), a header from striker Seifeddine Jaziri (76th) and then two hits from playmaker Youssef Msakni (80th, 84th).
Msakni and her partners will now try to bolster their status on the second day, with a trip to Botswana on June 5.
The Equatorial Guineans will want to redeem themselves at home against the Libyans on June 6.