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Libya’s Dominant Display Earns Them a Semi-Final Berth, Egypt Joins Them in the Last Four

The TotalEnergies CAF Futsal Africa Cup of Nations witnessed a showcase of futsal excellence as Egypt and Libya secured their spots in the semifinals with impressive victories.

Egypt battled past debutants Mauritania in a nail-biting 7-6 encounter, while Libya delivered a commanding performance, defeating Namibia 11-5.

The clash between Egypt and Mauritania was a testament to the intensity of futsal competition.

Despite Mauritania’s early lead, Egypt rallied back with determination, displaying their attacking prowess.

Mohamed Abdelrazek Koki’s equalizer sparked a thrilling second half, with both teams trading goals in a captivating display of skill and strategy.

In contrast, Libya’s dominance over Namibia was apparent from the outset.

With precision passing and clinical finishing, Libya asserted their authority on the court, overwhelming Namibia with their attacking onslaught.

The Mediterranean Knights’ comprehensive victory showcased their technical proficiency and tactical acumen, securing their passage to the semifinals with ease.

Egypt emerged as Group B leaders with 9 points, solidifying their status as tournament favorites.

Meanwhile, Libya’s impressive performance earned them a runner-up finish with 6 points, highlighting their strength and resilience.

Despite their debut appearance, Mauritania impressed with their competitive spirit, securing a commendable third-place finish.

However, Namibia endured a challenging campaign, finishing at the bottom of the group without a point to their name.

Looking ahead, the semifinals promise thrilling matchups as Egypt and Libya prepare to face formidable opponents.

Egypt will face Angola in the first semifinal, while Libya will take on Morocco in what is expected to be a fiercely contested battle.

As the tournament progresses, fans can anticipate more captivating futsal action as teams compete for continental glory and a coveted spot in the FIFA Futsal World Cup.

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