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Mauritania

Mauritania

The Mauritania national football team (French: Équipe de Mauritanie de football; Arabic: منتخب موريتانيا لكرة القدم‎) nicknamed Al-Murabitun in reference to Almoravid dynasty, is the national team of Mauritania and is controlled by the Fédération de Football de la République Islamique de Mauritanie and is a member of the Confederation of African Football. Wikipedia
ManagerC. Martins
StadiumStade Olympique de Nouakchott  Mauritania
Founded1961 (age 57)
FIFA Ranking 99 place
Competitions
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    Pld +/- Pts
1
Morocco 1 4 3
2
Sudan 1 1 3
3
Guinea 1 -1 0
4
Mauritania 1 -4 0
11.09, 06:00
 Mauritania
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-
Angola 
 
Africa Cup of Nations qualification
03.09, 06:00
 Angola
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-
Mauritania 
 
Africa Cup of Nations qualification
27.03, 06:00
 Mauritania
-
-
Burkina Faso 
 
Africa Cup of Nations qualification
21.01, 14:00
 Mauritania
-
-
Guinea 
 
African Nations Championship
17.01, 14:30
 Sudan
-
-
Mauritania 
 
African Nations Championship
13.01.18
 Morocco
4
0
Mauritania 
 
African Nations Championship
06.10.17
 Mauritania
0
1
Comoros 
 
Friendly International
05.09.17
 Mauritania
0
2
Niger 
 
Friendly International
31.08.17
 Kenya
1
1
Mauritania 
 
Friendly International
10.06.17
 Botswana
0
1
Mauritania 
 
Africa Cup of Nations qualification
Morocco spoilt for choice despite frustrating CHAN opener
Morocco won their African Nations Championship opener against Mauritania 4-0 on Saturday, and while the scoreline doesn't flatter the hosts, it doesn't tell the story of a frustrating encounter
 ESPNsoccer.net     2 days
Saidi acknowledges Moroccan nerves in CHAN opener
Morocco midfielder Salaheddine Saidi has acknowledged that the African Nations Championship hosts felt the pressure during a frustrating first-half display in their tournament opener against Mauritania
 ESPNsoccer.net     2 days
Hosts Morocco kick off CHAN campaign with Mauritania victory
Ayoub El Kaarti scored twice while Ismail El Haddad and Achraf Bencharki also found the net as rampant Morocco broke Mauritania's bold resolve to begin their African Nations Championship campaign with a convincing 4-0 win on home soil
 ESPNsoccer.net     3 days
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