The Confederation of African Football (CAF) recently recognized the remarkable performance of Senegalese coach Aliou Cisse.
Cisse, who is currently leading the Senegal national football team, was praised by CAF for his inspiring leadership in helping to bring out his country’s best on the pitch.
This tribute is recognition of not only Cisse’s skill as a coach, but also reflects his dedication to developing talented players and creating a winning environment.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) welcomed Teranga Lions of Senegal head coach Aliou Cisse after their victory over hosts Qatar on Friday.
The African champions celebrated their first win of the tournament with his 3-1 victory over Qatar.
Cisse made history as the first African coach to win two matches at the FIFA World Cup.
CAF took to social media to praise the former Senegalese captain.
” Aliou Cisse =
First African manager to win two #FIFAWorldCups
The win increased the West African team’s chances of advancing to the Round of 16. Senegal must win their final group match against Ecuador to secure a place in the second round.
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The Teranga Lions defeated the hosts with goals from Boulay Dia, Famara Didiu and Bamba Dien.
Senegal lost his 2-0 to the Netherlands in the first game of the tournament.
The group was mostly open after the Netherlands drew with Ecuador her 1–1. That means any of his three teams – Senegal, Ecuador and Holland – could advance to the next level. “Finally, the first African to win a World Cup. It was a good win and well deserved,” Okocha told SuperSport.
“After conceding that goal, they had a bit of a problem, but they controlled the game and I think they were lucky when they played against Qatar. Not enough to really punish the Senegalese team if they make a mistake. I don’t think so.
“I want to thank Senegal for their first victory.”