Tunisian international weekend: Amor Layouni treats with Valerenga

Several Tunisian internationals were at work on Saturday, October 1 on European lawns, after the end of the international break. Only Amor Layouni managed to shake the nets, scoring twice with his Danish club Valerenga.

Amor Layouni (Valerenga – Danemark)

The Tunisian international, Amor Layouni, contributed to the great success of his team Valerenga Football against Stromsgodset (4-0) as part of the 24th day of the Danish championship. The 29-year-old winger imitated his teammate Broven, who scored twice (17th and 19th), also scoring two goals (30th and 43rd). Vålerenga is fifth in the standings just two points off the podium.

Hannibal Mejbri (Birmingham City – Angleterre)

Substitute at the start of the match Sheffield United – Birmingham City, Hannibal Mejbri entered the game in the 65th minute, in the wake of the opener of the opposing team. His team equalized five minutes later (1-1). The player on loan from Manchester United was cautioned in the 85th minute. This is a good draw from Birmingham, 16th, on the lawn of the Championship leader.

Ellyès Skhiri (FC Cologne – Germany)

Established as usual in the middle of Cologne, Ellyès Skhiri contributed to the success of his team against Borussia Dortmund, Saturday, October 1, as part of the 8th day of the Bundesliga. Thanks to this success, Cologne climbed to 7th place in the standings just 2 points from the podium. BVB Dortmund remain tied for third with Bayern Munich.

Syam Ben Youssef (Quevilly Rouen – France)

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Quevilly Rouen won at SM Caen in the Normandy derby (0-1). Tunisian defender Syam Ben Youssef started on the QRM side and played the entire game, contributing to his side’s clean sheet. Opposite, Ali Abdi was absent for injury. Caen has thus suffered its third setback in the last four games. For its part, QRM leaves the red zone thanks to this victory in Calvados.

Aymen Abdennour (Rodez)

Arrived this summer in Rodez to relaunch, Aymen Abdennour has just been established for the first time in defense. But unfortunately for him, his team lost at home against Amiens (0-1). The former Monegasque was replaced by Younoussa in the 73rd minute. Rodez is 17th with 9 points and remains in contact with the teams in the red zone.

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