Senegal VS Zimbabwe LIVE Football Match Score July 13/7/2021
Zimbabwe lost 2:0 to Namibia on Sunday and continue their search for first win at Cosafa Cup. Both of the team’s two previous games at the tournament finished in draws – 0:0 against Mozambique in the opening round and 2:2 against Malawi two days later. That 2:2 draw remains the only time when Zimababwe managed to score more than a goal across the last eight matches, as five times they were limited to no goals. Only one of Zimabwe’s last five encounters produced over 2,5 goals, while one witnessed goals at both ends.
Senegal and Zimbabwe wiil meet for another match of Cosafa Cup’s group stage on Tuesday. Both nations are neighbors in the standings of group B of the competition, with Senegal sitting on 3rd spot with three points, while their next opponents are down to 4th on a point less.
The teams of Senegal and Zimbabwe have met just two times in the history so far. The first ever encounters dates fifteen years ago back to 2006, when Senegal win 2:0 a match of Afica Cup of Nations tournament. Eleven years later in 2017 they faced again, with the game also part of Africa Cup of Nations and again ending in a comfortable 2:0 Senegal victory. Zimbabwe are still in search of their debut goal against Senegal.
After an opening defeat to Namibia, Senegal got themselves back on track by claiming a 1-0 victory against Mozambique on Friday.
Pape Massar Djitte scored the only goal of the game three minutes past the hour mark to hand his side a much-needed three points.
Aliou Cisse’s men have moved up to second place in Group B as a result of that triumph, three points behind Namibia and one ahead of their next opponent Zimbabwe.
Featuring as this year’s guest nation, The Lions of Teranga now prepare to face a side who they have overcome in the last two meetings between the teams.
The clashes came in the 2006 and 2017 editions of the Africa Cup of Nations, where Senegal secured 2-0 victories on both occasions.
Zimbabwe’s search for a first victory of the tournament continues following a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Namibia on Sunday.
A Qadr Amin own goal put Zdravko Logarusic’s men behind before Elmo Kambindu made sure of the result with an 86th-minute clincher.
The Warriors have amassed two points from three games, which leaves them in a precarious position with two matches remaining.