Tunisia Midfielder Mejbri: African teams are ‘doing very good’

Tunisia midfielder mejbri: african teams are 'doing very good'

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Africa is represented by two teams in the knockout stage of the competition as both Senegal and Morocco progressed from their groups. Tunisia caused a major upset, beating the holders France 1-0 but just missed out on a place in the last 16. One of their players, Hannibal Mejbri, hopes France now go on and win the competition. Mejbri is a Manchester United player who is on loan this season at Birmingham City in England’s Championship division. He’s been speaking to CGTN reporter Dan Williams.

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