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Guinea finally crowned at the Orléans World Cup

Guinea finally crowned at the Orléans World Cup
Guinea finally crowned at the Orléans World Cup

Winner of Ivory Coast (2-1), this Saturday June 15 in front of more than 1,500 spectators at La Source stadium, Guinea finally won the Orléans World Cup after three failures in the final. Morocco wins in the first women’s final.

After three failures in the final, Guinea finally won at the Orléans World Cup which followed the CAN of the districts, this Saturday, June 15, by beating Ivory Coast (2-1) in front of more than 1,500 spectators at La Source stadium.

Mondial d’Orléans: the semi-finals

In a very tight and indecisive match, Ibrahima Keita, lying in wait for a cross, opened the scoring a few seconds before the break (20th). He confirmed his team’s slight domination during the first period.

Ibrahim Keita’s double

Winner of Portugal in a spectacular semi-final, Côte d’Ivoire reacted in the second half and Manassé’s equalizer raised the atmosphere a notch in the stands of the La Source stadium, and the intensity on the lawn (24th).

It was ultimately Guinea which had the last word, again thanks to Ibrahim Keita. On a direct free kick, he chose the closed side and with a low shot, he surprised the Ivorian goalkeeper to place his ball in the small net (35th).

Morocco winner among women

The Guineans then just had to hold on, which they did without too much difficulty before sharing their immense joy with their supporters.

Among the women, for the first edition of this event, Morocco defeated the Comoros in the final (7-5). Still tied (5-5), the Moroccans made the difference thanks to their two players above the rest, former US Orléans players Nina Richard (D1, Guingamp) and Anissa Belkasmi (D2 Thonon).The Moroccan team won the first edition of the women’s event.

The results
Gentlemen.
Semi-finals: Mali – Guinea 1-2; Ivory Coast – Portugal (1-1, 5-4 tab). Final: Guinea – Ivory Coast 2-1.
Ladies. Final: Morocco – Comoros 7-5.

Patrick Paumier

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