All Whites v Algeria A
Sat Nov. 13th 2021
The All Whites had a 2-1 win over Algeria A behind closed doors at the Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum Stadium, Dubai early this morning.
They took the lead in the 16th minute through Andre de Jong. A pin point cross from Francis de Vries found de Jong in the box who headed it past the Algerian keeper. The second goal came just after half-time through Callum McCowatt. The FC Helsingør forward scoring in the 47th minute from a free kick. Algerian got one back in the 68th minute but the All Whites held on for the victory.
The team look forward to the upcoming international friendly against The Gambia next.
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