Are Senegal secret favorites to win the World Cup?
22 November 2022 | 5:02 am
African champions Senegal just might upset the competition at Qatar 2022. Coach Aliou Cisse has a talented squad, plenty of experience, and the hopes of a nation on his shoulders as he takes Senegal to their third World Cup.
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