Tunis camp: Tunisia-DR Congo Saturday at 8:30 p.m. in international football friendly


Kinshasa, June 5th, 2021 (CPA).- The Leopards A of the DR Congo will face their Tunisian counterparts, the Eagles of Carthage, on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at the Stade de Radès, in an international friendly football match, intended to prepare the two first days of the World Cup qualifiers, Qatar 2022. The Congolese beasts continue their internship blocked in Tunis in a climate of serenity and a good-natured atmosphere, according to press reports. A few hours away from playing Tunisia in a friendly, the foals of Hector Raul Cuper engaged in a third training session on Thursday, June 3 with the participation of Cédric Bakambu, who thus signs his return to the den after missing both last qualifying matches for the African Cup of Nations (CAN), Cameroon 2021. The media on site in Tunis report that things are happening in a good and magnificent atmosphere, a perfect harmony between the young people, who arrive, and the managers of the locker room. A question of creating a kind of alchemy that should allow the DR Congo national team to present a different face, as the center-back and captain Marcel Tisserand had to promise. The Leopards, 28 in total, registered the forfeits of Yannick Bangala, victim of the theft of his passport and Yoane Wissa, who was injured at the start of the camp. After the Eagles of Carthage, the Leopards will face the Eagles of Mali on Wednesday June 9th. Below are all the African matches in the FIFA (International Federation of Association Football) window: Monday, May 31, 2021: Turkey-Guinea, in Antalya (Turkey) 0-0; Wednesday June 2: Mozambique-Lesotho, in Maputo; Thursday June 3: Algeria-Mauritania, in Blida 4-1; Friday June 4: Cameroon-Nigeria, in Wiener Neustadt (Austria), Rwanda-Central African Republic, in Kigali; Saturday June 5: Gambia-Niger, in Antalya (Turkey), Senegal-Zambia, in Thiès, Tunisia-DR Congo, in Tunis, Guinea-Togo, in Antalya (Turkey), Ivory Coast-Burkina Faso, in Abidjan, Olympic Cape Verde-Brazil, in Belgrade (Serbia), Eswatini-Lesotho, in Maputo (Mozambique); Sunday June 6: Algeria-Mali, in Blida; Monday June 7: Niger-Togo, in Antalya (Turkey), Rwanda-Central African Republic, in Kigali; Tuesday June 8: Benin-Zambia, in Cotonou, Gambia-Togo, in Antalya (Turkey), Guinea-Kosovo, in Antalya (Turkey), South Africa-Uganda, in Johannesburg, Morocco-Ghana, in Rabat, Senegal-Cape Town -Vert, in Thiès, Mozambique-Eswatini, in Maputo; Friday June 11: DR Congo-Mali, in Tunis (Tunisia), Gambia-Kosovo, in Antalya (Turkey), Guinea-Niger, in Antalya (Turkey), Mauritania-Liberia, in Tunis (Tunisia), Tunisia-Algeria, in Tunis, Sudan-Zambia, in Omdurman, Guinea-Bissau – Cape Verde, in Bissau; Saturday June 12: Morocco-Burkina Faso, in Rabat, Tanzania-Malawi, in Dar-es-Salaam, Ghana-Ivory Coast, in Cape Coast; Wednesday June 16, Tunisia-Mali, in Tunis; Thursday, June 17: Mauritania-Djibouti, in Doha (Qatar). ACP/