Capa-style African Cup farce: The goalkeeper waved his finger and refused to leave the penalty shoot-out.

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 Capa-style African Cup farce: The goalkeeper waved his finger and refused to leave the penalty shoot-out.


Tunisia scored 12 goals in this match, four of which were in the right direction, while Ghana scored 24. But Kennedy led Tunisia in the 73rd minute. Ghana did not levelled the score with Tunisian defender Berduis own goal until the second minute of the games stoppage time. In extra time, neither team scored, and the game will go into penalty shoot-out.

In order to better meet the penalty shoot-out, the Tunisian coach decided to replace goalkeeper Hassan at the end of overtime and send goalkeeper Mustafa, who has more experience in throwing penalties. But at this time Hassan appeared very dissatisfied, he waved his finger to the sidelines to refuse to accept the managers replacement. Teammate Sashi rushed forward to pacify patiently, and the referee also came forward to persuade Hassan to leave.

Hassan was still depressed after he stepped out of the stadium. Tunisian captain Hazri also came to Hassan to comfort him. In the end, substitute goalkeeper Mustafa saved the key penalty, and the Tunisian players in the penalty shoot-out war, five penalties, and finally Tunisia won the penalty shoot-out war 5-4 to promote successfully, which also proves that the managers change of goalkeeper is correct.

Hassans move also reminds fans of Chelsea goalkeeper Kappa, who refused to leave in the final of Chelseas Carling Cup match against Manchester City in February when Chelsea coach Suri tried to change goalkeepers at the last minute of extra time and replaced Kappa with a better penalty-kicker, Caballero. Chelsea lost 3-4 to Manchester City in penalty shootouts.

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Source: Netease Sports Author: Fu and Responsible Editor: Feng Haotian_NSJS2656