Wednesday, 17 July, 2002, 10:55 GMT 11:55 UK
Metsu move claims denied
Senegal's FA vice president denies rumours that coach Bruno Metsu may terminate his contract with the Lions.
Jacquet salutes deadly Diouf
Aime Jacquet pays tribute to El Hadji Diouf after the striker was named one of the World Cup's top ten players.
Dakar deflated by defeat
Lions fans in Dakar, Europe and the USA are in despair as Senegal exit the World Cup at the hands of Turkey.
Senegal travel to Taiwan
The Senegalese World Cup squad end their travels in the Far East with a surprise visit to Taiwan.
Turkey's golden delight
Ilhan Mansiz's golden goal takes Turkey through to meet Brazil - and ends Senegal's World Cup odyssey.
Hero Camara keeps cool
Senegal's two-goal hero Henri Camara says the 2-1 second-round victory over Sweden was no surprise.
Golden day for Senegal
Henri Camara's golden goal gives Senegal a dramatic 2-1 win over Sweden and a place in the last eight.
Senegal hails hero Camara
Jubilant fans across Senegal celebrate two-goal hero Henri Camara after he send them into the World Cup quarter-finals.
Sweden rue misses
Swedish coach Lars Lagerback blames a host of missed chances for their defeat by Senegal.
Senegal's success story
Whoever wins Group F must be prepared to face the rampaging Lions of Teranga in the World Cup's second round.
Football fever hits Senegal
The streets of the Senegalese capital are brought to a standstill by people celebrating the national team's success in the World Cup.
Fadiga tracked by Arsenal
Arsenal are reported to be chasing Senegal midfielder Khalilou Fadiga - but Inter and Bordeaux are also in the hunt.
Pua quits after exit
Uruguay coach Victor Pua resigns after his side are eliminated from the World Cup.
Diao hoping for second chance
Senegal's Salif Diao says he should not have been red-carded against Denmark - but hopes he will get to play in the quarter-finals.
Metsu's toughest test
Delighted with Senegal's World Cup performance, coach Bruno Metsu insists they still have a lot to do.
Senegal close on last 16
Senegal coach Bruno Metsu says his side have nearly guaranteed a place in the second round after their 1-1 draw with Denmark.
Olsen grateful for point
Danish coach Morten Olsen thinks his side were lucky to get a point in their match against Senegal.
Waiting for Denmark
The whole of Senegal is poised in anticipation of the Dakar Lions' second World Cup match, but no-one is underestimating Denmark.
Diao's Premiership dreams
Senegal's Salif Diao speaks for the first time about his impending transfer to English Premiership side Liverpool.