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Comorians celebrate in Marseille after qualifying.

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Despite losing 2 – 1 to Cameroon in the Africa Cup of Nations, thousands of Comorians celebrated last night in Marseille’s streets.

After qualifying for the first time in the tournament, the celebrated reaching the competition’s last eight.

“We want to express how pleased we are of our team. We acted like guys. We were all thrown into the mix. They pulled players out, made up new regulations, gave us red cards, and stopped the clock before the conclusion of normal time (the most infamous stoppage occurred during the Mali-Tunisia match, Eds. ), but we proved that we are not a little nation. Small in stature, but not in ability! “, according to an in Marseille.



Afradimi, a female Comorian fan, adding “Despite the fact that we did not have the same goalkeeper, we performed well. However, we had a goalie defender (Chaker Alhadhur, a defender who played as a goalkeeper, Eds.). We played well and won well, and I am proud of my nation, the Comoros!”

“To be honest, I admire the Comoros. They refused to give up. I believe they played the most important game of their life “Casane, a Cameroonian fan, confessed as much.

Marseille, one of the biggest settlements outside the islands, is home to an estimated 80 thousand Comorians.

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