African players to watch at the 2018 World Cup

2018-06-15 12:55
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Cape Town - With five teams from the continent competing in the 2018 Soccer World Cup Sport24 highlights five players who can inspire their teams to become the first African side to reach the semi-final stage.

Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Nigeria and Senegal will be flying the African flag and boast players who this season have set the world stage alight.

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