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Sand Eagles to face Senegal in semifinal

17 April 2015, 11:18

Victoria - The Nigeria's Super Sand Eagles will now face Senegal on Saturday in their semifinal tie at this year's Caf Beach Soccer Championship going on in Seychelles, Supersport reports.

Nigeria came out in flying colours in Group A of this competition as they picked up the maximum nine points and qualified for the semifinal.

Senegal on the other hand lost their last Group game 3-5 to Ghana on Thursday night, but they came out as runners up behind Madagascar who topped the second Group.

Also read: 18 players in Beach Eagles camp

The Sand Eagles failed to qualify for the last edition of the Beach Soccer World Cup in Tahiti two years ago after Senegal dumped them in the semis of the Caf tournament in El Jadida, Morocco 9-8.

Nigeria's skipper, Isiaka Olawale said to supersport.com that his side would go for revenge against the Senegalese on Saturday in their last 4 tie.

Read more at Supersport.

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