Wahbi Khazri impressed Tunisia as she ended up qualifying for the African Nations Cup semi-finals by placing an finish to Madagascar's unbelievable goals of glory.
Ferjani Sassi's targets, skipper Youssef Msakni and substitute Naim Sliti, gained a Three-Zero victory within the quarter-finals in Cairo to stage a conflict with Senegal on Sunday, however it’s Khazri who opened the best way with a great particular person efficiency.
Tunisia had the very best of a hard-fought first half however did not pressurize.
Khazri of St-Etienne got here closest to the purpose with a free kick from Melvin Adrien within the 32nd minute, however the Madagascan goalkeeper needed to stoop to divert 10 minutes later the very good effort of Ghaylen Chaaleli.
Khazri thought he broke the impasse a number of seconds after recovering after slipping the ball previous Adrien, though a late however appropriate offside flag put an finish to his festivities.
Nonetheless, the primary purpose got here within the 52nd minute when Sassi's shot took a harmful deflection from defenseman Thomas Fontaine and fooled the goalkeeper.
He was 2-Zero on the time when Adrien may solely parry Khazri's effort. Msakni adopted to seek out the underside nook. The previous Sunderland midfielder gave Sliti the duty of finishing the rating in stoppage time.