ALG – IRN (2-1): Greens Notes

In a brand new formation, the national team beat Iran in this third and final match of the international break in June 2022. If Algeria wins, it has learned a lot above all.

Yes, it is possible to make many attempts and play well … while winning the victory is dear to the heart of any opponent. This bet, Jamal Belmadi took by lining up eleven completely new teams for the friendly match that opposed his team with Iran, qualified for the 2022 World Cup and an opponent known for the quality of his defense.

In a fairly classic 4-3-3 game, the Greens coach made several strong choices. Thus, out of the eleven bearers, eight of them have less than ten choices (!) and three of them (Mandria, Zidadka, and Kadri) even know their first head.

However, the greens game was exciting and fun. Obviously not everything was perfect, but the combos on display, the movements, the game in hand and the numerous defensive interventions are just promising axes for the future. We had fun and we want more!

Anthony Mandrea (6): For his debut with Algeria, Mandréa was not perfect, especially in his movements, but he was alert and decisive after a mistake made by Badran. for review!

Akim Zidadka (6): He’s been so closely watched, his case has been controversial in recent months, that he won’t be absolved of any blame. If he didn’t make a big mistake, Zedadka didn’t shine either and was above all satisfied with a good defense. Solid first, so, but sober.

Muhammad Amin Tuji (7.5): What a match for ES Tunis! Solid, fast and well positioned, he stopped countless Iranian attacks. In line with his good performance in the Arab Cup, Touji is gaining a bit more foothold in the national team.

Abdul Qader Badran (6): The boss who was behind it was him. However, he did know some wanderlust, particularly in the event of a clearance failure that forced Mandria to step in, but as usual, Badran was reliable. replace it Yannis Hamas At 61 minutes, he’s now an international A but never had a chance to stand out.

Ahmed Tuba (7.5): It’s also the climb of the moment as he begins, slowly but surely, to become a staple in Green. Replaced on the left side, Toba was very diligent in defense, winning a large number of aerial duels, but also technically flawless. Whether in the axle or on one side, it is clearly fixed.

Ismael bin Nasser (7.5): captain of the day (and evening), Bennacer was very dominant in midfield. It’s simple: all the Algerian attacks have gone through it. The Italian Champion has now deserved the holiday!

Adam Zorgan (6): It’s still hard to spot, as he can make some gross mistakes and then make a high-level gesture, but the fact remains that Zorjan has the ability to see the game very useful for Algeria. Replaced half the time with Ramez Zerrougui (6.5), who reinforced the spaces Zurgan left behind while trying to bring the danger offensively.

Abdul Qahar Qadri (6.5): What a first time! And lick technically, Kadri will have had some setbacks, which is inevitable for a green jersey novice, but also won’t be accepted by his calls, counter-calls and attempts. Replaced at 61′ Adam Onas, explosive and spinning, as always with Algeria. It’s time to find a club where Mr. Unas will thrive!

Rashid Ghazal (6): sometimes inappropriate, however, Gazelle has a really interesting scene which could lead him to become a playmaker. He should have been awarded a penalty at the half hour mark. Bilal Omrani In the 71st minute, the former Marseille player had the opportunity to score but was also appreciated by his defensive gains at the end of the match.

Bilal Ibrahimi (6): His first stint in EN was his least accomplished performer. After two interesting in-game engagements, Brahimi will have struggled physically while, at times, clumsy. But he did a lot and contributed to the defensive withdrawal. replace it Youssef BaliliWho came without thinking and was behind the goal of Gomorrah.

Riad Bnayad (7): Here is Benayad’s first goal! The duty striker, who isn’t really No. 9, takes advantage of an Iranian foul and is rewarded for his many calls with a goal that allows Algeria to return to the first half before taking the lead. It will be replaced at 66′ by Mohamed Amin Amorais still scoring (2 goals in 3 matches) which allows Algeria to win this match.



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