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Tunisia’s Goalkeeper Fakes Being Injured So Players Can Break Their Fast

Strategizing a task can work wonders if executed properly by its members, but this strategy by the Tunisian Football team to break their fast during matches is a next-level genius.

Goalkeeper Mouez Hassen faked his injuries for the sake of iftar

Since the friendly matches prior the FIFA World Cup have been going on, in the two matches Tunisia has played against Portugal and Turkey, its goalkeeper, Mouez Hassen, has been faking an injury so while he gets a treatment, the rest of his teammates get to break their fast, having dates and water.


Tunisia tied both their friendly matches since Ramadan

Before Ramadan started, Tunisia played to friendlies against Costa Rica and Iran, winning 1-0 each, thanks to its scorers Milad Mohammadi and Wahbi Khazri. Since Ramadan started, Tunisia’s Football team have played praiseworthy performances against Football heavyweight Portugal and against Turkey, scoring two goals in each game to a tie.

FIFA World Cup begins on June 14th

We’re less than ten days away from the most awaited sports tournament of this year, the FIFA World Cup. The first match will be played between host nation Russia playing versus Saudi Arabia. This World Cup, 32 countries will be playing for a month long period to determine the best footballing nation in the world.

World cup live-casting is available on both du TV and eLife TV in UAE

Du customers won’t have to worry anymore about watching the World Cup. On June 3rd, the Qatar-owned sports channel BeIN Sports stopped broadcasting its content on du TV and its channel read “This channel is temporarily unavailable.” However, the BeIN Sports team has come to an agreement with du and are coming up with subscription packages. Meanwhile, Etisalat’s eLife TV has a Dhs 555 subscription package for watching the World Cup.

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