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450 minutes "fantastic" on Cuba in America and the peoples of Africa




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On Saturday, five matches were played on the African and South American continent, 3 in the African Cup, hosting them Egypt, And 2 in Copa America, whose host was Brazil.

in African ChampionshipHe held three meetings, first between the Mauritanian team and his English team-mate E, and the second and third teams from Cameroon, Ghana and Guinea Bissau with Benin's team in Group F.

In "Cuba America"Colombia faced Chile and Uruguay against Peru.

Interestingly, all of these five games ended in negative draw, which is why some have described Saturday's "Ninth Day"

Shooting from the penalty was solved in Cuba, where Chile and Peru were placed in semi-finals.

While male players did not score, the players saved the situation during the competition Women's World Cup, Which is the host of France.

In the quarter-finals, the Netherlands beat Italy 2-0, and Sweden beat Germany 1-0.

In a funny commentary on what happened yesterday, social network observers said that women's matches, having multiple clubs and goals, could become a new destination for soccer fans and so stop watching and tracking male encounters.

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On Saturday, five matches were played on the African and South American continent, three at the African Cup in Egypt and two at Copa America, hosted by Brazil.

Three meetings were held at the African Championship, the first between the Mauritanian team and their Angolan colleagues in group E, and the second and third between Cameroon, Ghana and Guinea Bissau with Benin team in group F.

In Copa America Colombia faced Chile and Uruguay against Peru.

Interestingly, all five of these games ended in negative draws, which some describe Saturday as "no day".

Shooting from the penalty was solved in Cuba, where Chile and Peru were placed in semi-finals.

While male players did not score, women saved the situation during the Women's World Cup in France.

In the quarter-finals, the Netherlands beat Italy 2-0, and Sweden beat Germany 1-0.

In a funny commentary on what happened yesterday, social network observers said that women's matches, having multiple clubs and goals, could become a new destination for soccer fans and so stop watching and tracking male encounters.


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