The ten Tunisian players went up to the area to finish off a corner
The match ended 1-1. Egypt took the lead first with a goal from Mohamed Salah in the 66th minute. But the Burkina Faso team reacted quickly and managed to equalize in the 73rd minute with a goal from Aristide Bancé. In extra time the marker did not move. Then it was time for El Hadary.
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It is not the first time that El Hadary has faced a decisive penalty shoot-out. In 2006, the year Egypt 1xbet pros and cons was proclaimed champion of the Africa Cup for the fifth time in its history, it stopped two throws from 11 meters. This factor was key in yesterday’s penalty shootout, in which he also saved two maximum penalties: "As we headed to the penalty shoot-out, the 2006 victory came to mind. I had a feeling I was going to stop the last two shots".
Cameroon took revenge this Sunday for the two finals that Egypt previously won and won its fifth continental title by defeating those led by Argentine Héctor Cúper, who lost a final again, after an intense match played in Libreville, the capital of Gabon .
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A goal from Vincent Aboubakar (Besiktas) in the 87th minute ended the unbeaten streak of the ‘Pharaohs’, absent from the final phase since they won the tournament in 2010 and who had not lost a single match since Algeria beat them in the 2004 group stage.
The defeat leaves with honey on the lips of two men who leave Gabon without achieving records: tied to the stigma of second, Cúper cannot match the feat of the only Latin American to lift the African Cup, the Brazilian Otto Gloria, who He did it with Nigeria in the 1980s.
The Argentine coach also accumulates another lost final; the sixth, after reaching the last instance without success in the 1998 Copa del Rey (Mallorca), the 1999 Recopa de Europa (Recopa), the 2000 and 2001 Champions Leagues (Valencia) and the 2010 Greece Cup (Aris).
Saturday January 14
Gabon – Guinea Bissau (1-1) Burkina Faso – Cameroon (1-1)
Sunday January 15
Algeria – Zimbabwe (2-2) Tunisia – Senegal (0-2)
Monday January 16
Ivory Coast – Togo (0-0) DR Congo – Morocco (1-0)
Tuesday January 17
Ghana – Uganda (1-0) Mali – Egypt (0-0)
Wednesday 18 January
Gabon – Burkina Faso (1-1) Cameroon – Guinea Bisau (2-1)
Thursday, January 19
Algeria – Tunisia (1-2) Senegal – Zimbabwe (2-0)
Friday January 20
Ivory Coast – DR Congo (2-2) Morocco – Togo (3-1)
Saturday January 21
Ghana – Mali (1-0) Egypt – Uganda (1-0)
Sunday January 22
Cameroon – Gabon (0-0) Guinea Bisau – Burkina Faso (0-2)
Monday 23 January
Senegal – Algeria (2-2) Zimbabwe – Tunisia (2-4)
Tuesday, January 24
Morocco – Ivory Coast (1-0) Togo – DR Congo (1-3)
Wednesday January 25
Egypt – Ghana (1-0) Uganda – Mali (1-1)
Saturday January 28
Burkina Faso – Tunisia (2-0) Senegal – Cameroon (0-0, 4-5 on penalties)
Sunday January 29
DR Congo – Ghana (1-2) Egypt – Morocco (1-0)
Wednesday February 1
Burkina Faso – Egypt (1-1, 3-4 on penalties)
Thursday February 2
Cameroon – Ghana (2-0)
Saturday February 4
THIRD AND FOURTH PLACE
Burkina Faso – Ghana (1-0)
Sunday February 5
Egypt – Cameroon (1-2)
A combination between veteran Asamoah Gyan and young Jordan Ayew today gave Ghana victory over Mali and certified the passage to the quarterfinals of the "black stars", one of the favorite teams of the tournament.
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The 25-year-old Stoke City striker penetrated the wing and put in a temperate cross that Dubai’s Al Ahly striker poked with his innate ability to the right corner of the goal. "the Eagles".
The goal, scored in the 21st minute, was a consequence of the Ghanaians’ better game, who dominated the midfield and had accumulated three other occasions in that time, one by Gyan himself and two more by Jordan’s older brother, André Ayew ( West Ham).
Jordan himself, and his teammate Christian Atsu (Newcastle), had two more chances to extend the lead but the scoreboard I do not know would move more during a first half in which Mali was clearly inferior. The second half began with a tackle by the young Yves Bissouma (Lille) instead of Sambou Yatabaré (Werder Bremen), in an attempt by Frenchman Alain Giresse for his team to gain greater presence and ambition in midfield.
Something that he achieved. In just seven minutes, Mali attacked more than in the whole part thanks to the connection between Bakary Sako (Crystal Palace) and Moussa Marega (Vitoria de Guimaraes), who fired with intention on two occasions. The Malians kept pressing in the following minutes, with a Sako that shook all the complexes and a Salif Coulibaly (TP Mazambe) that was released on the side and began to have an impact on the game.
They were joined by Giresse after the first hour of the game, a new player, Moussa Doumbia (FC Rostow), who entered through Mustapha Yatabaré (Karabükspor) to give even more consistency to a midfield that increasingly belonged to a more ambitious Mali but little explosive.
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Ghana would withstand all the onslaught, including the double chance of Kalifa Coulibaly (Gent) and Moussa Doumbia with the time already up, and take a victory that guarantees the presence in the next round of the four-time champion. Mali is tied at one point with Egypt, who play this afternoon with Uganda, and with options still to qualify on the last day.
Burkina Faso made history this Saturday by reaching an African Cup semi-final for the third time in its history after defeating Tunisia (2-0) in a loose match, played from power to power, in which the one that made the most mistakes lost .
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A goal in the 80th minute by Aristides Bancé (Mimosas) from a foul on the edge of the area broke the match and brought the ‘Águilas de Cartago’ down, who on the next play conceded a second goal in a blunder by the entire team .
The ten Tunisian players went up to the area to finish off a corner. The rebound fell at the feet of Prejuce Nakoulma (Kayserispor), who traveled the entire field alone, dribbled in the center of the field to goalkeeper Ayman Mathlouthi (Etoile du Sahel), who served as defense, and finished off to an empty goal.
Until that moment, the game, bad and without chances in the second half, was completely open, with both teams stiff knowing that any mistake or a stroke of luck would mean defeat.
Tunisia accused the attrition in the first half, in which they had a handful of good opportunities from the hand of Taha Kheinissi (Esperance), the best of the ‘Carthage Eagles’, who missed their two great stars, Youssef too much Msakni (Lehwiya) and Wahbi Khazri, who did not appear.
The Sunderland forward was even substituted in the 63rd minute, a controversial decision that the player did not like, as he protested and denied Polish coach Henrik Kasperczak’s hand.
The victory marks a milestone in the history of Burkina Faso, which manages to reach the semifinals for the third time and begins to dream of a title that already eluded them in 2013, the year in which they lost the final to Nigeria.
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And the second great disappointment for Tunisia, which, like in Guinea Bissau in 2015, goes home in the quarterfinals after a controversial referee decision, since the play that led to the first goal did not seem handy.
Senegal, led by Liverpool striker Sadio Mané, became the first team to win a ticket to the African Cup quarterfinals on Thursday by defeating a Zimbabwean 2-0 that was inferior throughout the game.
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"The lions of Teranga" They put land in the middle very soon: after fourteen minutes they were already leading the score thanks to the effectiveness of Mané himself – who scored his second goal in this cup – and of French As Saint-Ettiene midfielder Henri Saivet.
The star of the "net" A good pass from his attacking partner Keita Baldé (Lazio) finished off in the small area while Saivet managed to put the ball into the Zimbabwean squad after a free kick.
Headdresses, "the Warriors" they tried to lift their heads and react with a low and tight shot from Khama Billiat (Mamelodi Sundowns) that was safely saved by Senegalese goalkeeper Abdoulaye Diallo (Rizespor).
But Senegal kept its position in the center of the field firm and even had another chance to go into the break with an even more comfortable score.
The second half began with the same vein, with Mané, Cheikhou Kouyaté (West Ham) and Mame Biram Diouf (Stoke City) smelling the third goal.
From then until the end of the match, both teams had more chances to score, although at no time did it seem that Senegal could miss the game, and Mané was even allowed to change when the match expired to avoid possible problems.
With this result, Senegal is comfortably the leader of group B with six points in two games, unattainable for the rest of the teams.
In second place is Tunisia, who scored their first three points today thanks to a victory over Algeria that allows them to depend on themselves to qualify, something they will achieve if they draw or win the last game with Zimbabwe, a priori a weaker team.