Burkina Faso vs. Tunisia live online via ESPN and STAR for the African Cup of Nations


Burkina Faso vs. Tunisia LIVE via ESPN and STAR Plus this Saturday, January 29 from 2:00 pm (Peruvian time) for the quarterfinals of the African Cup of Nations. The match will also be broadcast by beIN Sports and DirecTV GO, while you will be able to follow all the incidents, with videos of the goals, through this minute by minute.

The actions will take place at the Stade Omnisport Roumdé Adjia in Garoua and referee Joshua Bondo, from Botswana, will administer justice. Let us remember that Burkina Faso has just eliminated Gabon on penalties, while Tunisia beat Nigeria 1-0, who were favorites for the title.

Schedule of the game Burkina Faso vs. Tunisia

  • United States – 11.00 am Los Angeles time
  • México – 1.00 p. m.
  • United States – 1.00 pm Texas time
  • Perú – 2.00 p. m.
  • Ecuador – 2.00 p. m.
  • Colombia – 2.00 p. m.
  • United States – 2.00 pm Miami time
  • Bolivia – 3.00 p. m.
  • Venezuela – 3.00 p. m.
  • Uruguay – 4.00 p. m.
  • Paraguay – 4.00 p. m.
  • Argentina – 4.00 p. m.
  • Brasil – 4.00 p. m.
  • Chile – 4.00 p. m.
  • Inglaterra – 7.00 p. m.
  • España – 8.00 p. m.
  • Italy – 8.00 pm

On which channel to watch Burkina Faso vs. Tunisia?

  • Argentina: ESPN Argentina, Star+
  • Bolivia: ESPN Peru, Star+
  • Chile: Star+, ESPN Chile, ESPN2 Chile
  • Colombia: Star+, ESPN Colombia
  • Ecuador: ESPN Colombia, Star+
  • Mexico: Star+
  • Paraguay: ESPN Peru, Star+
  • Peru: Star+, ESPN Peru
  • Uruguay: Star+, ESPN Peru
  • Venezuela: Star+, ESPN Colombia

In recent years, the representative from Burkina Faso has been growing and has reached the final stages of this continental competition. During the 2017 edition, the team reached the semifinals and finished in third place, one of the best placements it achieved in its history. Before, in 2013, he was runner-up.

One of the main stars of Burkina Faso, who thrills the fans with another victory, is Bertrand Traoré, the skillful forward of Aston Villa, who previously passed through Lyon. The 26-year-old footballer scored in the key against Gabon in the round of 16 and will seek to continue his streak.

In the same way, coach Kamou Malo has Edmond Tapsoba as a pillar in defense and Gustavo Sangaré in midfield. The presence of these three athletes is essential for the dream of achieving the first star in the African Cup of Nations to be maintained.

For its part, the Tunisian team did not stand out during the group stage (they only thrashed Mauritania 4-0), but they were able to advance to the round as one of the best third-placed teams. Surprisingly, they improved markedly in the round of 16 and edged out Nigeria by the slightest difference, with a goal from Youssef Msakni.

The efficiency shown by the representative Tunisian, both in defense and attack, is the main weapon to defeat any rival. Coach Mondher Kebaier continues to work in the best way to advance again and continue fighting for the title, which they only won in 2004.

Burkina Faso vs. Tunisia: match history

The matches Burkina Faso vs. Tunisia have not been so common in Africa, so only three clashes have been recorded in recent times. During those clashes, the Burkinabe side won twice and tied the remaining game.

01-28-2017: Burkina Faso 2-0 Tunisia – African Cup of Nations

09-06-2008: Burkina Faso 0-0 Tunisia – Qualifiers

06-01-2008: Tunisia 1-2 Burkina Faso – Qualifiers

Burkina Faso vs. Tunisia: possible alignments

Burkina Faso: Hervé Koffi; Issa Kabore, Soumaila Outtara, Edmond Tapsoba, Steve Yago; Adama Guira, Blati Touré; Dango Outtara, Gustavo Sangaré, Hassane Bandé and Bertrand Traoré.

Tunisia: Bechir Ben Said; Hamza Mathlouthi, Bilel Ifa, Montassar Talbi, Oussama Haddadi; Anis Ben Slimane, Ellyes Skhiri, Aïssa Bilal Laidouni; Saif-Eddine Khaoui, Seifeddine Jaziri y Youssef Msakni.



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