Tonight, Senegal has suffered a shocking defeat of two goals to nil from Netherlands on the ongoing Qatar 2022 world cup.
The African based team under the leadership of Alliou Cisse has been defeat following the second half goals from Cody Gapko and Davy Klasen. Netherlands are currently under the leadership of Louis Van Gaal as the head coach.
After Senegal losing to Netherlands, renowned lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi has taken to his Twitter account blaming the goal keeper by the name Edouard Mendy for the 2:0 defeat. According to Abdullahi, Mendy has sold Senegal cheaply.
Through his official Twitter account, he said "Premier League players will be decisive in this world cup, making their teams win or lose. See how Bukayo Saka of Arsenal took England to victory and Mendy of Chelsea sold Senegal cheap."
In conclusion, Senegal are in Group A consisting of other three teams namely Ecuador, Qatar and Netherlands.
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