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July 18, 2019
Sarah, 20, reacts while watching a Guinea counter-attack against Algeria on screen during the Africa...
Algiers, Algeria
Sarah, 20, reacts while watching a Guinea counter-attack against Algeria on screen during the Africa...
Sarah, 20, reacts while watching a Guinea counter-attack against Algeria on screen during the Africa Cup of Nations 2019 (Afcon), in Algiers, Algeria July 7, 2019. She said: "Football is part of us. Algeria is a football nation. There is not a single day where we don't watch a football game at home; national or international ones. In fact, winning a cup can have a positive impact and propel a whole country to the international sports and economic scenes; because the other nations will be interested in knowing the geography, economy and culture of the winning country and also the victory will be inscribed in the history of humanity. Winning the Africa Cup of Nations is the best thing that can happen to us. Football reunites and brings communities together that politics can't do. The proof is here, we are all gathered regardless social classes. We are all here as fans and supporters of our national team." International football can bring unimaginable joy to people from all walks of life but can also leave them distraught beyond comprehension, and that range of emotions reaches maximum exposure at the moment the ball hits the net and dreams are realized or shattered. Reuters photographers across the continent have captured those reactions in a series of telling images during the Africa Cup of Nations, which reaches its pinnacle when Algeria and Senegal meet in the final on Friday. Picture taken July 7, 2019. REUTERS/Ramzi Boudina
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