Algeria win Arab Cup in World Cup rehearsal in Qatar
African Champions Algeria have written their name with goal once again as they won the maiden Arab Cup with an emphatic 2-0 win over Tunisia on Saturday after extra-time goals from substitute Amir Sayoud and Yacine Brahimi in Al Khor, a victory that backs up their credentials for the Africa Cup of Nations.Information Guide Nigeria
With the last kick of the game, talisman and Qatar-based Yacine Brahimi, clean through on goal, wrapped up the 2-0 victory in the 125th minute to deservedly crown Algeria champions after a formidable tournament.
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