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Sudan beats Ethiopia 5-3 in Africa Cup of Nations Qualifier
Source: Super Sport
Sudan recorded the biggest Afcon qualifying win of the day after beating Ethiopia 5-3 in Khartoum.
The hosts took a 3-1 halftime lead at Al Hilal Stadium in Omdurman on Saturday night before Ethiopia gave them a scare with a dramatic second half rally in this Red Sea derby.
Mudathir Careca put Sudan ahead in the seventh minute before Seyoum levelled for Ethiopia seven minutes later.
Momhmad Bisha put Sudan back in the lead almost immediately and Musab Omer stretched the home side’s lead 15 minutes from halftime.
The game should’ve ended in a 3-3 tie, if not for the ref’s unneccessary gift of penalities in the 85th and 90th minute. Almost a finished game.
Any way our team seems to have a good chance of winning at home. Most importantlly our team should be able to blank the Sudanise from scoring any goals. That is the only way we can qualify.
There is still a big chance to win to go to the next level . I wish Ethiopia the best. See you in south Africa.
This is a game supposed to end 3-3, the Sudanese were diving and been awarded for it by the referee many times and the Ethiopians should have been much more careful specially in the final hours in the penalty area. Our team beyond and above playing good should also learn to read the psychology of the players and referee particularly of the referee.
I am proud of the Ethiopian team and the Ethiopian fans who braved to support our team in hostile country, it is amazing to see Ethiopian fans were surrounded by police force indicting the hostile nature of Sudanese to Ethiopians and their endless despise of Ethiopians.
Ethiopian foot ball is changed and changed dramatically.
I am eager to see the final in Addis and would love to see Sudan eliminated by Ethiopia.
Admission to the stadium was free, because one Sudanese guy has bought all the tickets, and obviously he could buy the referees too. The last 2 penalties that led to the last 2 goals were more than questionable.
And I hate this Nazret unreadable “Captcha” business. It is only meant to produce clicks for Nazret.com.
While many would agree the second penalty was soft, there are no doubts about the first. The Ethiopian defenders were very naive and made unnecessary challenges inside the box at a critical time in the game.
I am surprised nobody mentioned that the second Ethiopian go was clearly offside too. Anyhow, it was thrilling game of football and evidence of how east African football is progressing.
Lastly, I was very dissappointed with extraterrestrial’s comments. I grew up and went to school with many Ethiopia s and many hundred of thousands of Ethiopians live peacefully in Sudan. There is no hostility towards Ethiopians whatsoever.
See you in Addis, I will be making the trip with the national team.
AS A SUDANESE I THINK THE FAIR RESULT OF THE MATCH SHOULD HAVE BEEN A DRAW THE REFEREE HAD BEEN VERY CRUEL TO THE EHTIOPIAN TEAM,,IAM SURE WE WILL SEE A COMPETATIVE MATCH IN ADDIS ABABA
LOVE AND PEACE TO BOTH ETHIOPIA AND SUDAN
This was one of the worst games I have seen so far for the Sudanese team. The two penalties were fair and square. It only shows that the Ethiopian team is missing some experience with handling attackers in the box. Watch the slow motion in the video both and ask any referrees I agree for the so-called soft penalty you “pushed Haitham Mustafa” to the ground when he was about to shoot on the penalty box what would I call that. As far as the result pretty fair since Ethiopia made use of clear amateur mistakes from the Sudanese Defense trust me this is uncommon (plus the fact that Mazda picked the wrong Goalie the two outstanding goal keepers were not selected as Mouiz had Malaria but Alda3aya3 should have been goalie) …. the fair result based on Sudanese possesion should have been 4-1. Good luck to both teams in Addis Ababa. Ethiopians and Sudanese are brothers by blood and history … good luck to both teams in Addis.
One more thing second Ethiopian goal was offside why isn’t anyone talking about this we should be fair.
5 - 3? this wouldn’t happen if our great leader Kim Il Asres was still alive. Or maybe the Ethiopian team just gave them the last two goals for free just like Meles gave sudan the entire western Ethiopia for free. Anyway, just this video and write your condolences to TPLF:
If you are not happy of my comment why don’t you relax a bit by raping your hijab covered sister. stupid wanna be arab.
One day you will pay for what you have done on Ethiopia and Ethiopians. FUCK SUDAN!
My condolences to Meles Zenawi.
@werner: First of all we dont need free tickets you were luck to play in Hilal stadium which was small the Merrikh stadium is double the size and I guarantee you if you had four floors they would still be full … Sudanese are fanatics when it comes to soccer.
As far as the game goes lets be fair even if you drew 3-3 do you feel that your worthy of the three goals really possession was like mostly to the Sudanese with hardly any chances to the Ethiopian side and trust me for the Sudanese team this was not a good game.
It seems you are ideal today, don’t you have someone to fuck your ass today?
YA LUTI MEKEFELE SUDANIE!
@Extraterestrial: Realllllly dude you are clearly disturbed you turned this into a political and religious war its just a soccer match. There is no hostility in Sudan towards Ethiopians you guys love it over here most of them make 3X to 4X the wages they get in Ethiopia and primarily are considered priveleged workers and preferred to sudanese in various occupations. Some of which are offered a path to citizenship. While Sudanese come to Ethiopia for tourisim and to start businesses and they enjoy it. Yes, we are arab, East African, African and proud of it arabic is our language and heritage just like most of you share arab blood with yemen.
@Nazaret.com: Where are the moderators do you accept such comments this is clearly disrespectful.
@Extreaterestrial: Your english is not up to the standard, bad grammar and you are out of vocabulary dude … you are way below my level to respond to.
Wow …. score must have hurt you pretty bad for you to be this mad .
Khaleek ragel and come and say it to my face ya gaban.
Also stick to the topic of soccer and discuss the game zay alrujal wala maybe inta ma ragel and your implying yoursefl with that comment
Congradulations to Sudanese brothers. I think Sudanese showed very goo manners and they deserved to win. I hope Ethipian side will win with home base but I regret that no muslims are in the match as players for Ethiopian team. If this is not corrected I will give up my support for my Ethiopian team until corrected.
You are naive by alienating our
Sudanese neighbors? Stupid you came through Sudan and yet you post stupid comments. You are low level indeed.
Nowhere in the world Ethiopian refugees have been mistreated as it happened in Sudan. Murder, rape, looting, discrimination have been the acceptable policy of Sudan towards Ethiopian refugees since the 1970’s.
In the 1980’s there are many reports about a Refugee camp in Eastern Sudan known as Showak which was literally burned to ash, another refugee camp near Gedaref knows as Twawaw was attacked by Sudanese military force in which many refugees were killed.
If anyone is interested to know what happened on Eritrean and Ethiopian Refugees in Khartoum the best account I think is of Professor G. Kiberab’s book “Eritrean and Ethiopian Urban Refugees in Khartoum: what the Eye Refuses to See".
There are many reports of inhuman treatment of refugees by Sudanese to date including slave trade mainly of Eritrean and also some Ethiopian refugees currently from Eastern Sudan. The most recent investigative research findings are being revealed revealed by Meron Estefanos, a dedicated women for this cause, if anyone google her name can find video documentaries and articles of immense suffering of refugees in the hands of this barbaric people called Sudanese.
It is not by accident at all Ethiopian fans were caged in a small section of the stadium surrounded by police force. It is indicative of their being in hostile country and in danger for supporting their national team.
If you want to watch how those refugees/fans were caged in the Stadium in this particular game you can watch the full game video posted in www.ethiosports.com.
Mistreatment of the Ethiopian football team starting from the airport is also the new emerging report, stay tuned.
I do not understand,why most African referees are biased on ethiopian national team.Can you tell me from where he is.Last time when Ethiopia played Benin,the referee gave more than ten minutes extra time ,so benin can score goal.I think it is a problem of ethics and integrity in regards to the profession
ante weleta bis how can you say this to Sudan the most hopitable people?
Salam brother and thanks for showing that ethiopians are the lovely people we know them by a few comments will not seperate we all know that we are the same race ‘Eastern Hamitics’ . Theres an incredible Muslim player in your team I believe its no. 7 “SalahElDin”
@Extrateresrial: I cannot refute your claims but if I wanted to search for a needle in a haystack to generalize on 40 million Sudanese well what can I say .. lets put it this way human rights violations exist EVERYWHERE and having a bad experience in Khartoum. You know I have also learn not to trust human rights activists they are following a western agenda monetizing people to make our country look worse than it is i.e. political asylum for immigration [not always honest].
Really the Ethiopians were CAGED if so then the Chadians, Algerians, Egyptians, Ugandans, Tunisians, Nigerians didn’t complain about getting CAGED. You know the Ethiopians got the central spot close to Maksoorah that is a privilege and believe me prices are rocket high for these central locations and can reach 50 - 100 SDG depending on the game. The police is there to protect Ethiopians just in case any skirmishes occur.
pls grew, eat more ingera pls
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