Tunisia coach: We played well against Egypt, will complain against Aguirre
Tunisia interim coach Mourad Okbi has explained that defensive mistakes costed his side the result against Egypt, confirming that they will complain against the Pharaohs manager Javier Aguirre over ‘inappropriate gesture’.
The two North African sides now share the group leadership with 12 points from five games for each.
“The result was in Egypt’s favour but we had a good performance. It was a good game between the two teams and both have indeed qualified for AFCON,” Okbi said.
“From the defensive perspective we were poor and this led to our defeat.”
“We will file a complaint against Aguirre because of the sign he did and appeared on TV which is an inappropriate gesture.”
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