Moroccan women’s under-20 team wins North African Union tournament title

The Moroccan women’s under-20 football team won the title of the North African Union tournament of the same category, organized in Tunisia, after its victory, Saturday, over its Egyptian counterpart (1-0) in the match that brought them together by a draw of the third and last day of the championship.

The Atlas Lionesses had to wait for the result of the other match to be crowned at the expense of Algeria on goal difference.

The Algerians won against the host country, Tunisia (2 – 4).

Before the last day of the championship, three teams were leading the standings with 4 points each, and the teams of Morocco, Algeria, and Egypt had to get a winning result and then wait for the last match to determine the champion of the tournament.

Thus, the Moroccan national team took first place with 7 points on goal difference, against Algeria (second place with 7 points). Egypt took third place with 4 points, while the Tunisian national team ended the ranking table without any points.

It should be noted that the Moroccan national team started the championship with a draw against Algeria (1-1), before winning against Tunisia (3-0) and Egypt (1-0).


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