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Eritrea's Red Sea Camels Trash Kenya 4 - 1

Eritrea's Red Sea Camels Beat Kenya 4 - 1


Final Score:
Eritrea: 4
Kenya: 1


April 17, 2011 (ASMARA) – Eritrea and Kenya national teams Under 23 played in the All Africa Games qualifier held in Asmara, Eritrea this Sunday.

From early onset, the game was dominated by the towering and athletic Eritrean team. They held the Kenyan squad to just one goal, while punishing Kenyan goal keeper, Faruk Shikhilo, with 4 goals to victory.

The game was originally supposed to be played on Friday, but due to direct flight constraints from Nariobi to Asmara, the Kenyan Players arrived late into Saturday. The visiting athletes will stay the reminder of the week in Asmara and play friendly, non-qualifier games till their flight departs next Saturday.

Eritrea's Red Sea Camels Under 23 have become a dominant team in East Africa and are among the few favorites to do well in this tournament. The next match for the Red Sea Camels will be played in Nairobi, where they expect to finish off Kenya and advance to the next round, when they face either Uganda or Tanzania.

Eritrea's team playing Kenya's.

Eritrea's Red Sea Boys Celebrating Goal

Taken from the Game on Sunday



Eritrean Soccer (football) Team Under 23 - Red Sea Camels
Kenya Soccer (football) Team Under 23 - In Asmara






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Eritrea's Red Sea Camels Trash Kenya 4 - 1 Reviewed by Admin on 3:18 PM Rating: 5

8 comments:

  1. yup my boys doing their thing....BIG UP!
    wish them all the best of luck for the second leg...VIVA ERITREA

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  2. Well, this is a good news for Eritrea soccer, the red sea boys are doing well. Let's see how long they can keep this winning tradition. If they do the same damage to other teams, then we can say they have advanced in their games, but if this is a one time thing, then I recommend to go back to board and learn consistency.

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  3. kenya teams needs t prepare very well before the games and should not work fight under any pressure during their matches

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  4. Hi,
    Can anyone tell me the half-time result of the match?
    Thanks

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  5. gladly i can tell you it was 2-0

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  6. yes go ahead we all eritreans should build up our country doin our best........................THE DOG WILL BARK BUT DE CAMEL WILL GO ONE ND NEVER STOP TILL HE ACHIEVE HIS VIEWS............erireans r HABEN HAGER

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  7. very sad they didnt play the return match in nairobi in that case kenya qualitified for next games

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