It took 168 minutes for the hosts to shout out a goal for their team in the World Cup. Shortly after the end in Qatar vs. Senegal, Mohammed Muntari appeared on the scene to convert the 2-1 match valid for the second day of group A of the tournament. In addition, the steering wheel added the share of emotion to the game.
Due to the procedure, everything suggested that the place was going to leave without converting. However, Félix Sánchez’s team improved due to sporting embarrassment, more than with arguments from the game. In this way, the goalkeeper Edouard Mendy had more participation in these passages of the contest.
In addition, Senegal fell back due to the advantage they got thanks to goals from Boulaye Dia (41′) and Famara Diedhiou (48′). This was capitalized by the representative of Qatar who had space and time to play from the bottom without pressure. In this way, a long service arrived towards the tip on African terrain.
Until that place came Ismaeel Mohammad, who stretched his leg to cushion the balloon. Immediately, the winger approached the big area and faced an opponent. With no chance of beating him one-on-one, the defender launched a precise serve into the Chelsea goalkeeper’s field. There, Muntari entered with everything to hit a header and establish the 2-1.
As is natural, all the local public celebrated this conquest as if it were a target that would grant them the three points or a pass to the next round. Waving flags, jumping, shouting and all the joy of the fans who were excited at the opening, but who waited 168 minutes to demonstrate.
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