In the early morning of January 25th, Beijing time, the 1/8 finals of the 2021 African Cup will continue to compete. Among them, Barrow scored to win, and Gambia eliminated Guinea 1-0 to advance. Ekambi and Abubakar scored, Mshanjama scored a free kick, and Cameroon eliminated Comoros 2-1.
Guinea 0-1 Gambia
In the 71st minute, Bob sent a precise through ball, and Barrow, who played for the Serie A team Bologna, dribbled the ball into the penalty area and scored a calm push with his left foot. Gambia took the lead, 1-0! In the 77th minute, Kante swept the middle of the goal from the right side of the penalty area. Conte grabbed a point from close range and pushed his right foot into the net. The linesman raised the flag to signal that he was offside first. The goal was invalid and Guinea missed the opportunity to equalize.
In the 87th minute, Njie hit Conte with his elbow during the fight for the top, and was sent off after receiving a second yellow card. Gambia played one less player. In the final stoppage time, Conte was also sent off for two yellow cards for a counter-attack foul in the frontcourt, and the numbers of the two sides were even. At the end of the game, Guinea finally lost 0-1 to Gambia and was upset. Gambia became the third team to advance to the quarter-finals after Burkina Faso and Tunisia.
Cameroon 2-1 Comoros
Only 7 minutes into the game, Comoros suffered heavy losses. Abdu stepped on the opponent’s feet from behind. After checking the VAR, the referee on duty showed him a red card and sent him off. Comoros was forced to fight with 10 players. In the 29th minute, Abubakar made a cross in the penalty area. Ekambi got the ball and scored with his right foot. Cameroon took the lead in breaking the deadlock on the field, 1-0! In the 65th minute, Hongla took the ball with his back on the left side of the penalty area and knocked on the middle.
In the 70th minute, Hongla went straight, Abubakar got the ball and broke into the penalty area with his left foot and hit the left side of the goal. Cameroon expanded the score, 2-0! In the 81st minute, Hongla violated Yusuf and was warned by a yellow card. Comoros also won a free kick outside the penalty area. Mshanjama took the penalty and shot with his right foot. The ball drew a perfect arc and then hung directly to the upper left of the goal. Corner, Comoros pulled a goal back, 1-2! At the end of the game, Cameroon eliminated Comoros 2-1 to advance to the quarter-finals.Return to Sohu, see more
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