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Egypt and Libya Shine in Quarter-Finals, Clinching Semi-Final Berths

The TotalEnergies CAF Futsal Africa Cup of Nations witnessed thrilling action as Egypt and Libya secured their places in the semifinals with impressive victories.

Egypt battled past debutants Mauritania in a hard-fought 7-6 encounter, while Libya delivered a dominant performance, defeating Namibia 11-5.

In a tense showdown at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Hall, Egypt showcased their resilience against a spirited Mauritania side.

Despite falling behind early, Egypt fought back with determination, leveling the score before halftime.

The second half saw both teams trade goals in a captivating display of futsal excellence, with Egypt emerging victorious in a closely contested battle.Meanwhile, Libya asserted their dominance over Namibia with a clinical display of skill and strategy.

From the opening whistle, Libya controlled the game with precision passing and incisive attacks, overwhelming Namibia with their relentless pressure.

The Mediterranean Knights’ comprehensive victory highlighted their strength and tactical acumen, securing their passage to the semifinals with ease.

With 9 points, Egypt finished atop Group B, reaffirming their status as tournament favorites, while Libya secured the runner-up spot with 6 points, showcasing their quality and determination.

Despite their debut appearance, Mauritania impressed with their competitive spirit, securing a commendable third-place finish, while Namibia endured a challenging campaign, finishing at the bottom of the group without a point.

As the tournament progresses, the semifinals promise thrilling matchups as Egypt and Libya face formidable opponents.

With a spot in the FIFA Futsal World Cup up for grabs, teams will leave everything on the court in pursuit of continental glory, setting the stage for more exhilarating futsal action in the days to come.

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