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AFRICA: African players remain in the Champions League


The round of 16 starts this Tuesday, February 16, 2021. After the hen phase, there are now 20 international Africans to compete in the prestigious European competition. By Footempo

Like the African champions Ramy Bensebaini, Riyad Mahrez and Mohamed Farès, or the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, currently top scorer of the English championship, Sadio Mané…

Africans involved in the final phase of the Champions League 2020-2021

RB Leipzig (ALL): Amadou Haidara (M – Mali).

Liverpool (ANG): Naby Keita (M – Guinea), Sadio Mané (A – Senegal), Mohamed Salah (A – Egypt).

FC Barcelona (ESP): no African player

PSG (FRA): Idrissa Gueye (M – Senegal).

CF Porto (POR): Mouhamed Mbaye (G – Senegal), Chancel Mbemba (D – DRC), Zaidu Sanusi (D – Nigeria), Nanu (D – Cape Verde), Mamadou Loum (M – Senegal), Moussa Marega (A – Mali).

Juventus Turin (ITA): no African player

CF Seville (ESP): Yassine Bounou (G – Morocco), Munir El-Haddadi (A – Morocco), Youssef En-Nesyri (A – Morocco).

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Borussia Dortmund (ALL): no African player

Lazio Rome (ITA): Mohamed Fares (D – Algeria), Jean-Daniel Akpa Akpro (M – Côte d’Ivoire).

Bayern Munich (ALL): Eric-Maxim (A – Cameroon).

Atlético Madrid (ESP): no African player

Chelsea (ANG): Edouard Mendy (G – Senegal), Hakim Ziyech (M – Morocco).

Borussia Mönchengladbach (ALL): Ramy Bensebaini (D – Algeria), Ibrahima Traoré (M – Guinea).

Manchester City (ANG): Riyadh Mahrez (M – Algeria).

Atalanta Bergamo (ITA): no African player

Real Madrid (ESP): no African player

G = goalkeeper; D = defender; M = midfield; A = forward.

AFRICA: African players remain in the Champions League

Source : Footempo


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