MOHAMMAD SALAH and Egypt will look to finish off their revenge mission against Senegal TONIGHT.
In 2002, Senegal had a golden generation. Their captain, Aliou Cisse, missed the crucial penalty as The Lions of Teranga lost to Cameroon in their first ever AFCON final.
They also reached the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup in Japan and South Korea. They have still not won the tournament. However, their manager, Aliou Cisse, has his sights set on changing that. The Senegalese have an impressive spine that is made up of UEFA Champions League winners among many other crucial players at major clubs in Europe’s major leagues. They started the tournament slowly but clicked into gear in the last eight with a comfortable 3-1 defeat of Equatorial Guinea. The great under performers of African football now come up against the most successful team in the history of the Africa Cup of Nations.