Before 2022 began, one of the largest tournaments in the world had already started. In Cameroon, 24 best teams from the African continent determine the strongest. Lots of stars, lots of small teams ready to make a name for themselves, and lots of talent. Some we’ve heard about before; some we’ll see for the first time.
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Today we will talk about young and interesting African Cup of Nations players.
Kamaldeen Sulemana, 19
Here’s the player you want to see: Kamaldeen Sulemana is young and incredibly charged, and it’s always interesting to watch him. Chaos can be used to describe his offensive game, and fans also love his acrobatic goal celebrations. Nimble, technical and bright, in terms of the number of attempts to beat him last season, only Lionel Messi did more. Now the Rennes player is showing an excellent game in the French championship. It’s only the beginning.
Ibrahim Sangare, 24
Ibrahim Sangare is one of those players who are hoping to catch the attention of European scouts. The PSV player is good defensively and this season in the Dutch league only three players can have the best tackle statistics. The Abidjan native also boasts technique and passing ability, with only three players in the league boasting more passes per 90 minutes (81.1).
Hannibal Mejbri, 18
Former French international Hannibal Mejbri has chosen Tunisia in 2021, but this is his second major tournament. The Manchester United midfielder started all six of Tunisia’s Arab Nations Cup games before losing to Algeria in the final. He is still very young, but his talent is undeniable. Most often, the opponent has to foul on him, because otherwise it is impossible to stop the bright midfielder.
Elisha Moriba, 18
The 2021/22 season is not going the way Elias Moriba had hoped, who left Barcelona after failing to agree on a new contract. But the midfielder, consider, made his way to the base! The Guinean has proven himself at the Camp Nou, but now he is adapting to the German championship at RB Leipzig. It cost him 16 million euros, but in the future its price will certainly skyrocket.
Edmond Tapsoba, 22
If all goes well for Burkina Faso, it will be thanks to Tapsoba, a defender of impressive stature and amazing reliability. And we are talking not only about the defender, but also about the player who is able to start attacks. Tapsoba is the star of Bayer and his country, which has air weapons to look for.
Abdul Fatawu Issahaku, 17
Abdul Fatawu Issahaku is an interesting player. In 2021, it was rumored that Liverpool had signed him for £1.5m, but the rumors were not confirmed. So he stayed in his native Ghana. He is only 17, and he is still waiting for a chance to shut up the naysayers and prove that he will be useful to both Ghana and the English giant. So far, he can boast of being not only the second youngest player in the tournament, but also the best player in the African Cup Under 20.