Moualla, Ben Slimane and Toauerghe lead Men's African Championship's dream team

30 October 2017

 Cairo, Egypt, October 30, 2017- Tunisian trio Isamail Moualla, Khalid Ben Slimane and Anouer Taouerghe led the 2017 Men's African Nations Championship's dream team at the end of the competition after they played a great role in the competition to retain the title for the Tunisians after 14 years.

 

 Outside hitter Moualla was nominated the Most Valuable player "MVP" for his great efforts with the team in all skills. He led Tunisia to win the ninth title with his crucial points scored in all matches. Beside beeing one of the best spikers, his spike service was also a key factors in all victories.

 

 Khalid Ben Slimane was the best setter for leading Tunisia's combinations specialty in the semifinal against Algeria and in the final against Egypt. Without faults, he had 235 skilful sets.

 

 Without competition, Anouer Taouerghe was the best libero for his role in keeping the Tunisian reception and backline defence the best in the competition.

 

 Cameroon's big gum Arthur Kody was the best spiker as he went wide ahead of all spikers. He scored a tally of 121 that made him the competition second best scorer.

 

 Egypt's Abdalla Abdelsalam was the best server with 11 Aces throughout the competition, while his colleague Ahmed Said was selected the best receiver.

 

 Algeria's Center Amin Oumessad was chosen the best blocker with 23 kill blocks that led Algeria to the semifinal spot.

The Best players

AWARD 

SHIRT NO.

COUNTRY

NAME

BEST SERVER

2

Egypt

Abdalla Abdelsalam

BEST RECEIVER

20

Egypt

Ahmed Said

BEST SETTER

16

Tunisia

Khaled Ben Slimane

BEST SPIKER

15

Cameroon

Arthur Kody

BEST BLOCKER

6

Algeria

Amin Oumessad

BEST LIBERO

12

Tunisia

Anouer Taouerghe

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

11

Tunisia

Ismail Moualla

 



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