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Tunisia's head coach Nabil Maaloul eats dates during the friendly football match between Tunisia and Turkey at the Stade de Geneve stadium in Geneva on June 1, 2018. Maaloul said he had asked his goalkeeper, Mouez Hassen, to simulate an injury in the first two pre-season games at the 2018 World Cup to allow his players to break the fast of Ramadan.
Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP

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Tunisia's coach Nabil Maaloul eats dates during friendly match between Tunisia and Turkey at the Stade de Geneve stadium in Geneva on June 1, 2018. Maaloul said he had asked goalkeeper, Mouez Hassen, to simulate an injury to allow his players to break the fast of Ramadan.
Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP
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Image 1 of 1:  1 / 1Tunisia's coach Nabil Maaloul eats dates during friendly match between Tunisia and Turkey at the Stade de Geneve stadium in Geneva on June 1, 2018. Maaloul said he had asked goalkeeper, Mouez Hassen, to simulate an injury to allow his players to break the fast of Ramadan. Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP

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Tunisia's coach Nabil Maaloul eats dates during friendly match between Tunisia and Turkey at the Stade de Geneve stadium in Geneva on June 1, 2018. Maaloul said he had asked goalkeeper, Mouez Hassen, to simulate an injury to allow his players to break the fast of Ramadan.
Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP

Image 1 of 1Tunisia's coach Nabil Maaloul eats dates during friendly match between Tunisia and Turkey at the Stade de Geneve stadium in Geneva on June 1, 2018. Maaloul said he had asked goalkeeper, Mouez Hassen, to simulate an injury to allow his players to break the fast of Ramadan. Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP

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