12 Tunisian players to miss clash with Super Eagles due to COVID

It is not good news in the Tunisian camp as 12 players are set to miss the clash with the Super Eagles of Nigeria.

Their head coach is also set to miss the showdown.

The players alongside Mondher Kebaier, the head coach, have tested positive for COVID-19, leaving Jalal Al-Qadri, Tunisia’s assistant coach, to address journalists yesterday during the press conference.

He said Wahbi Khazri, captain of the Carthage Eagles, and eleven others have contracted COVID-19 and will not be available for the game.

The other eleven players are Aissa Laidouni, Dylan Bronn, Ghaylène Chaalali, Ellyes Skhiri, Anis Ben Slimane, Mohamed Romdhane, Ali Maâloul, Ben Hmida, Aymen Dahmen Yoann Touzgha and Issam Jebali.

Meanwhile, goalkeeper Farouk Ben Mustapha is suspended from the game.

Tunisia qualified for the round of 16 after finishing as one of the four best losers in the group stage. They won their first game 4-0 against Mauritania and lost their remaining two matches.

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