A lot of goalkeepers have been exceptional in the ongoing Africa Under 17 Cup of Nations in Algeria, and three of them have not been able to concede a goal in the competition.
Many countries crashed out in the group stage game to ongoing Under 17 Africa Cup of Nations, while some teams also crashed out in the quarter final of the competition.
Senegal Under 17 national team, Mali, Morocco and Burkina Faso have been exceptional in the ongoing Africa Under 17 Cup of Nations, and their excellent performances have helped them to qualify for the semi final.
Here are the three goalies that have kept a clean sheet in every game they featured in so far;
The 16-year-old has been in an astonishing form for Mali Under 17 national team since the beginning of the tournament, and he has kept clean sheets in all the three matches they have played in the ongoing Under 17 Africa Cup of Nations. (Mali 1-0 Burkina Faso, Mali 2-0 Cameroon, and Mali 3-0 Congo).
The Morocco Under 17 national team goalkeeper has also been doing pretty well in the ongoing Africa Under 17 Cup of Nations in Algeria, and he has kept clean sheets in all the three matches he played in the competition, (Morocco 2-0 South Africa, Morocco 1-0 Nigeria, Morocco 3-0 Algeria).
The 17-year-old has been one of the best goalkeepers in the ongoing Africa Under 17 Cup of Nations, and he has been able to keep four clean sheets for Senegal Under 17 national team. Serigne Diouf's brilliant display started with a 1-0 victory over Congo, and he also kept clean sheets against Algeria, Somalia and South Africa.
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