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BABIFOOT: the semi-finals of CAN 2023 – Fofoot

Amazing ! Qualified thanks to the success of Morocco over Zambia, fourth best third, Ivory Coast, crowned with a failed first round, will play the final of its CAN. Against Nigeria, a West African derby with a backdrop of revenge…

HIGHLIGHTS | Nigeria 🆚 South Africa | #TotalEnergiesAFCON2023 – Semi Finals – CAF TV

120 minutes will not have been enough to separate Nigeria and South Africa. In this half, penalties were essential until the end. In particular those who in the second half will be transformed by Troost-Ekong, caused by the excellent Osimhen, who will fix four South Africans before eliminating the offender Mvala, and by Mokoena…

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While VO9 thinks he has made the break, the VAR rewinds and awards a surface kick to the Bafana Bafana. Percy Tau unbalanced, Nwabali will be caught on the wrong foot: a goal everywhere.

Final : Nigeria – Burkina Faso | CAN Orange 2013 | 10.02.2013 – CAF TV

However, this equalization will not plunge the goalkeeper Super Eagles in doubt. Decisive, he will still receive the man of the match trophy. This shock, which was marked by the two saves he made during the penalty shootout, will end with a victory for the 2013 African champions. (1-1, 4-2 on the tabs). As in 1984, beaten 3-1 by Cameroon, the Nigerians will play the final in Abidjan…

HIGHLIGHTS | Ivory Coast 🆚 DR Congo | #TotalEnergiesAFCON2023 – Semi Finals – CAF TV

If on the side of Eagles the puzzle seems to be completed, on the back of the Elephants the story is different. Like their 2015 journey, the Pachyderms took out the DR Congo in the last four, to face a neighbor in the final meeting. A path completely opposite to what they had traced 40 years ago on their land, eliminated from the chickens.

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Thus, Sébastien Haller’s counter-ground volley will not only have lobbed Mpasi, the Congolese goalkeeper. 1-0 the final score, it also plunged an entire people into disarray, sending another to the angels.

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Basically, even if there are many things to say about the arbitration of M. Ibrahim Mutaz, who could (should?) have validated Bakambu’s goal in the 10th minute, or even let added time end, we are obliged to salute the courage of the Ivorians. Which will try to defeat this selection which got the better of them in the group stage…

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