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African Nations Cup Results
February 1st, 2008 6:45AM

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The 0-0 tie between Angola and Tunisia sent both teams through to the quarterfinals of the African Nations Cup and eliminated Senegal and South Africa, which played to a 1-1 tie in the other Group D finale. Senegal stars El Hadji Diouf, Tony Sylva and Ousmane Ndoye were suspended after missing curfew, and Colorado Rapids keeper Bouna Coundoul was given the start in Sylva's place. For all the African Nations Cup results and quarterfinal pairings ...

(Television: Available on-demand online at 3A Telesud and Ghana2008.tv)

SCOREBOARD
Group A
Jan. 20 in Accra
Ghana 2 Guinea 1
Jan. 21 in Accra
Morocco 5 Namibia 1
Jan. 24 in Accra
Guinea 3 Morocco 2
Ghana 1 Namibia 0
Jan. 28 in Accra
Ghana 2 Morocco 0
Jan. 28 in Sekondi
Guinea 1 Namibia 1
Final Standings: Ghana 9 points; Guinea 4; Morocco 3; Namibia 1.

Group B
Jan. 21 in Sekondi
Ivory Coast 1 Nigeria 0
Mali 1 Benin 0
Jan. 25 in Sekondi
Ivory Coast 4 Benin 1
Nigeria 0 Mali 0
Jan, 29 in Sekondi
Nigeria 2 Benin 0
Jan. 29 in Accra
Ivory Coast 3 Mali 0
Final Standings: Ivory Coast 9 points; Nigeria (+1), Mali (-2) 4; Benin 0.

Group C
Jan. 22 in Kumasi
Egypt 4 Cameroon 2
Zambia 3 Sudan 0
Jan. 26 in Kumasi
Cameroon 5 Zambia 1
Egypt 3 Sudan 0
Jan. 30 in Kumasi
Cameroon 3 Sudan 0
Jan. 30 in Tamale
Egypt 1 Zambia 1
Final Standings: Egypt 7 points; Cameroon 6; Zambia 4; Sudan 0.

Group D
Jan. 23 in Tamale
Tunisia 2 Senegal 2
South Africa 1 Angola 1
Jan. 27 in Tamale
Angola 3 Senegal 1
Tunisia 3 South Africa 1
Jan. 31 in Kumasi
Senegal 1 South Africa 1
Jan. 31 in Tamale
Tunisia 0 Angola 0

Quarterfinals
Feb. 3 in Accra
Match 1: Ghana vs. Nigeria
Feb. 3 in Tamale
Match 2: Ivory Coast vs. Guinea
Feb. 4 in Sekondi
Match 3: Egypt vs. Angola
Feb. 4 in Kumasi
Match 4: Tunisia vs. Cameroon

Semifinals
Feb. 7 in Accra
Match 1 winner vs. Match 4 winner
Feb. 7 in Kumasi
Match 2 winner vs. Match 3 winner

Third-Place Game
Feb. 9 in Accra

Final
Feb. 10 in Accra

 



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