Sports The National Nzalang is ready for the matches against Morocco The national team will gather on Monday, November 9, in Madrid, in view of the matches to be played on November 12 and 15 against the national team of Morocco in qualifiers for the World Cup Russia 2018.


The National Nzalang is ready to face on November 12 and 15 the two matches against Morocco, belonging to the second qualifying round for the World Cup Russia 2018.

Faced with these momentous events, the national coach, Esteban Becker, has summoned the following players: Felipe Ovono, Carlos Mosibe and Aitor Embela, goalkeepers; Rui Fernando Da Gracia, Eloy Edu Nkene, Diosdado Mbele, Miguel Angel Boriba, Igor Engonga, Cosme Anvene and Carlos Akapo, defenses; Iban Iyanga; Ivan Zarandona, Federico Bikoro, Cristobal Alogo, Viera Ellong Doualla and Jose Ndong Machin, midfielders; Emilio Nsue, Javier Angel Balboa, Enrique Boula, Ivan Salvador Edu and Jose Antonio Miranda, strikers.

The first leg will take place on November 12 in Agadir (Morocco). The gathering will be in Madrid on Monday, November 9, and on the 10th the team will fly to Morocco where they will play this vital match.

Three days later the second leg will take place at the Nkoantoma Stadium of Bata, which will decide which of the two teams will go on to the third phase, which will be five groups of four teams, who will play for their participation in Russia 2018.

The team arrives at this eliminatory round aware of the importance of these difficult matches, in which they will have to fight with a theoretically superior team, with players in the first division of the top leagues in Europe.

For the Agadir match, the atmosphere is one of responsibility, but they are also confident of a good result that will allow them to face the leg in Bata with serious options to get what would be a great success, qualifying for the next phase of the World Cup Russia 2018.

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Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office

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