Burkina Faso fought back to hold the Algeria Football World Cup team to a 1-1 draw in the FIFA World Cup 2022 qualification Group A match at the Stade de Marrakech. The draw left Algeria’s Desert Foxes at the top of the group standings – level on points with second-placed Burkina Faso’s Stallions with four matches left.
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The Algeria Football World Cup team controlled the game from the start and the first chance of the game fell for Islam Slimani, but the Olympique Lyonnais striker was let down by his first touch in the box.
However, the visitors did get to open the scoring 18 minutes into the encounter when Sofiane Feghouli fired past goalkeeper Herve Koffi to make it 1-0 to Algeria Football World Cup team after being set up by the hard-working Slimani. Koffi was a busy man between the sticks as he produced two superb saves to deny Ramy Bensebaini and Slimani, who came into the match having netted four times against Djibouti last week.
The Stallions took control of the game towards the half-time break, but Djamel Benlamri and Bensebaini made important inceptions and clearances at the back to ensure that the first-half ended with Algeria Football World Cup team-leading 1-0. To know more about Qatar World Cup 2022 Tickets click here.
Burkina Faso continued to surge forward in numbers after the resume as they looked to level matters and the visitors had to substitute their key defender Bensebaini after he picked up an injury. The hosts then leveled matters four minutes after the hour-mark when Abdoul Tapsoba beat keeper Rais M’bolhi with a decent finish to make it 1-1 with Lassina Traore providing the assist.
Algeria Football World Cup team (The Desert Foxes) then heaped pressure on the Stallions and their star attacker Riyad Mahrez was brought down in the box by Adama Guiro, but calls for a penalty were ignored by referee Joshua Bondo of Botswana.
Ultimately, the match ended in a 1-1 draw with Algeria Football World Cup side extending their impressive unbeaten run to 29 matches across all competitions, but their six-match winning streak came to an end.
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