Bad News to Chelsea As Senegal and Morocco Qualify for AFCON 2022
By AmoSongok | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 9795 views
Most football clubs in the world are in an international break, This includes the teams from German, England, Spain, and France for their home matches qualifications group stage.
It is now clear that Chelsea players are shining on African land, but the higher the performance the bad news to the club that is committed.
As the route to Cameroon coming closer for the 2022 African Cup of Nations. Chelsea will be without Eduardo Mendy and Hakim Ziyech, this is after their teams Senegal qualify for their group stage last November when Eduardo Mendy provide a clean sheet for his team and have a narrow win of 1-0 over Guinea Bissau, which means Tuchel has lost Mendy.
In further Blow, Chelsea winger Hakim Ziyech is yet to join Mendy for their trip to Cameron for the African Cup of Nations which will be held comes 2022. Ziyech scored an opening goal for Morocco and provide also an assist for Youssef En-Nesyri's late strike. morocco will book their stand this Friday evening when playing against Mauritania.
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