Keeping the world in the World Cup

Keeping the world in the World Cup
TOPSHOT - Senegal's forward Mbaye Niang (R) celebrates after scoring their second goal during the Russia 2018 World Cup Group H football match between Poland and Senegal at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow on June 19, 2018. Pic: Getty

The rise of Cameroon in 1990 was the spark for African sides

The first goal required a deflection, the second was a mix of ridiculous mistakes and canny opportunism. No matter, Senegal were good for the three points on Tuesday as they saw off Poland 2-1 to finally get something on the board for the nations outside of the traditional power bases of the sport.

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