Gambia Coach Tom Saintfiet Names the Nation he Thinks Will Win 2021 AFCON Title
- Gambia have been knocked out of the 2021 African Cup of Nations losing 0-2 against Cameroon in the quarterfinal
- And their coach Tom Saintfief explained that his wards tried their best adding that Cameroon are future champions
- Cameroon will now be looking forward into their next game in the AFCON against Egypt which will be tough
Tom Saintfiet who is the gaffer of Gambia national team has stated clearly that the Cameroonian senior side have the quality to win the ongoing African Cup of Nations on their home soil.
This comes hours after Gambia were beaten 2-0 by Cameroon in the quarterfinal of the 2021 African Cup of Nations with Karl Ekambi netting the two goals for the Indomitable Lions.
There is no doubt about the fact that Cameroon have been superb so far in this tournament and they are one of the favorites to win the prestigious title.
In their history, the Indomitable Lions have won the AFCON title five times and Cameroonian people are also clamoring for the players to win the title again.
According to the report on GOAL and Daily Post, Tom Saintfiet explained that Cameroon are future champions of the African Cup of Nations.
Tom Saintfiet's reaction about Cameroon
“I am proud of my players, in the tournament but also in this match where we lost (0-2) against a great team from Cameroon, we were beaten by the future champions of Africa.
“We made mistakes that we paid for in cash, that's also the high level. There were tears in the locker room but the Gambia and its players can be proud of the course, we will bounce back very quickly and return to the front of the stage.”
Mo Salah, Trezeguet combine to send Egypt to semis as Morocco exit
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Egypt are through to the semi-final of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.
The Pharaohs sealed qualification to the last four after they stunned Morocco 2-1 in the quarter-finals on Sunday, January 30, in Yaounde.
Egypt set up a north African derby with the Atlas Lions after overcoming a gruelling clash with the Ivory Coast in the last 16.
On their part, Morocco needed Youssef En-Nesyri and a stunning Achraf Hakimi free-kick to turn things around against minnows Malawi.
However, that was as far as their 2021 AFCON campaign could go as they suffered a heartbreaking exit in the hands of Egypt.