The Mali national team is a guest of Tunisia at the Rades Stadium in the second leg of the decisive stage of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup at the Hamadi Al-Aqrabi Stadium (Rades).
Tunisia had won the first leg with a goal without a response, thanks to an own goal.
The formation was as follows:
In goalkeeperBy: Bashir bin Said
in defenseAli Maaloul – Muntasir Al-Talbi – Nader Ghandry – Muhammad Dragir
in the middleGhaylan Al-Shaalali – Muhammad Ali bin Ramadan – Issa Laaidoni
in the attack: Naim Saliti – Seif Al-Din Al-Jaziri – Youssef Al-Maskani
The match started at a high pace on the part of the Malian team, who searched for a goal to equalize the return result.
And in the 6th minute, a goal was disallowed due to the infiltration of the Mali national team by Moussa Djenebo.
The guests took control of the match during the first 45 minutes of the match, and were not matched by any real attempts from the Carthage Eagles.
Tunisias Seif El-Din Jaziri shot to the left of the penalty area, but it was in the outside net of the goal in the 49th minute.
Ali Maaloul advanced at the 53rd minute with a cross ball from the left, which was met by Muhammad Ali bin Ramadan with a header that the goalkeeper grabbed from the left of his net.
The 63rd minute witnessed attempts by the Tunisian players to score a first goal, but it was matched by a good defensive position from the Mali players.
Aliou Diang participated in the last quarter of the match to strengthen the Mali midfield.
The last minutes of the match witnessed an equal number of chances between the two teams until the end of the match, when the whistle announced that the Carthage Eagles would go to Qatar.