Hakimi to Shine? Top Players to Watch Out for at AFCON

The top players in Africa will converge in Cameroon for the 33rd edition of the biennial Africa Cup of Nations and we expect to see some of the best stars across Europe representing their nations. AFCON has long been a hotbed for several talented gems and the postponed 2021 edition will once again feature those playing right at the top of their game. With that in mind, we are evaluating the top players to look out for at AFCON 2021.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Russia Make it Two, Salah Bid Farewell

Five goals to Saudi Arabia, three to Egypt. The Russians are scary, and put one foot and a half in the knock-out phase tonight, catching their second win in a row. The match in Saint Petersburg was supposed to be Mohammed Salah’s comeback, but the Pharaohs’ star could only collect his first World Cup goal with a penalty conversion to set the score to 1-3.

Meanwhile In Moscow: Uruguay, El Maestro Tabarez’s Lesson

Few things are as thrilling as winning a match at the last minute, especially if it’s a World Cup game – and even more, when you are fighting against a hideous disease. Oscar Washington Tabarez, the coach of Uruguay, raising his hands up to the sky after Jose Gimenez’s late goal to Egypt is surely the best image of these initial World Cup days.