In advance of his team’s match against Qatar on Thursday, Senegal coach Aliou Cisse leaped to the defence of goalkeeper Edouard Mendy, who is under criticism.

Senegal’s opening-day loss against the Netherlands was highlighted by Mendy, who was responsible for both of the Dutch team’s goals.

After Mendy failed to block a Frenkie de Jong cross in the area, Cody Gakpo headed in.

Davy Klassen made no mistake on the rebound after the Chelsea shot-stopper parried a shot deep into stoppage time. Despite this, Mendy’s manager has complete faith in him.

According to Reuters, Cisse told reporters on Thursday that no one was questioning the goalie because of his steely commitment. He declared that the Senegal star had his whole trust and would play in the match against Qatar.

Cisse told reporters on Thursday that Edouard is doing extremely well. According to him, he has a strong will.

Edouard has his highs and lows, but he has the entire and absolute confidence of his teammates as well as my own, and his qualities speak for themselves; I don’t believe anyone is doubting him. Kalidou Koulibaly, the captain of Senegal, defended his Chelsea colleague, saying that people are overreacting to his performances. “He’ll be on the field

In addition to comforting the crowd, Koulibaly voiced faith in the team’s ability to bounce back after its opening-day defeat to the Netherlands.

“We are lions, the lions of Teranga,” Koulibaly proclaimed to the throng. We are the Lions of Teranga, despite our position against the wall.

We don’t want to let the Senegalese people down, so we’d do whatever is necessary to keep the dream alive and let the Senegalese people dream. There is no question that people will act and think like fighters tomorrow.

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