The Confederation of African Soccer (CAF) pays Senegal $5 million (£3.7 million) for reliable the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, AFCON, earlier than Egypt.
CAF will also pay Egypt $2.75 million (£2 million) for shedding the AFCON 2021 final to Senegal and Cameroon $2.2 million (£1.6 million) for reliable the third-problem final (Bronze medal), fixed with The Sportsgrail.
Senegal defeated Egypt 4-2 on penalties in the AFCON final on Sunday night in Yaoundé’s Olembé stadium in Cameroon.
The AFCON 2021 final match ended in a 0-0 intention after 120 minutes.
Sadio Mane scored the reliable penalty for the Teranga Lions to draw definite they settle their first-ever AFCON.
Meanwhile, after the conclusion of the 2021 AFCON, Mane became once named Participant of the Tournament.
His teammate, Edouard Mendy, received basically the most handy goalkeeper award as the Chelsea shot-stopper conceded most efficient two targets for the length of 2021 AFCON and blocked a penalty in the shootout against Egypt.
Cameroon captain, Vincent Aboubakar, received the Golden Boot after scoring a tally of eight targets in the tournament.