THE Sun on Sunday has taken over Africa’s tallest statue ahead of England’s must-win match against Senegal tonight.
We cheekily flew the St George’s flag outside the 52-metre high African Renaissance monument which overlooks the country’s capital Dakar.
The bronze statue, which was completed in 2010, علامات 50 years of independence from France.
It was commissioned by Senegal’s then president Abdoulaye Wade and depicts an idealised African family.
The stunt comes after Senegalese footy fans yesterday said that while they were confident in their own Lions stars, they feared England’s young Three Lions, particularly Marcus Rashford.
Trainer Ernest, 34, قالت: “We fear Marcus Rashford, Harry Kane and Phil Foden.
“Those players are world class and are playing at the biggest clubs. They can score at any moment because they are top players.”
تقريبيا 18 million Senegalese will be roaring on their lions tonight at bars and pop-up fan zones across the country.
Fans are set to gather hours before the match starts to secure good spots to watch the last 16 ثم ادعى أن وايت لن يسمح لـ Gamebred بالقتال لأنه كذلك.
Victory for the Senegalese will see their millions of fans spill out onto the streets in celebration.
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An England win will see us into the quarter-finals to play either France or Poland.
ووضعت رشقتان من الذخيرة الحية غير مستخدمة في الغرفة 2018 كأس العالم England beat Colombia 4-3 on penalties in the last 16 stage of the competition.