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Africa Cup of Nations this week...
January 22nd, 2012 5:45PM

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[SCOREBOARD] Didier Drogba's goal late in the first half was enough to give co-favorite Ivory Coast a 1-0 win over Sudan in their opening game at the Africa Cup of Nations. Angola beat Burkina Faso, 2-1, in Sunday's other Group B game. For the complete schedule as well as television information on the tournament ...

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GROUP A
Jan. 21 in Bata
Equatorial Guinea 1 Libya 0.
EG: Javier Balboa 86
Zambia 2 Senegal 1.
ZAM: Emmanuel Mayuka 12
ZAM: Rainford Kalaba 20
SEN: Dame Ndoye 74
Jan. 25 in Bata
Libya vs. Zambia
Equatorial Guinea vs. Senegal
Jan. 29 in Malabo
Equatorial Guinea vs. Zambia
Jan. 29 in Bata
Libya vs. Senegal

GROUP B

Jan. 22 in Malabo
Ivory Coast 1 Sudan 0.
IC: Didier Drogba 41
Angola 2 Burkina Faso 1.
ANG:  Mateus 48.
BUR: Alain Traore 56
ANG: Manucho 67
Jan. 26 in Malabo
Sudan vs. Angola
Ivory Coast vs. Burkina Faso
Jan. 30 in Malabo
Ivory Coast vs. Angola
Jan. 30 in Bata
Sudan vs. Burkina Faso

GROUP C

Jan. 21 in Libreville
Gabon vs. Niger
Morocco vs. Tunisia
Jan. 27 in Libreville
Niger vs. Tunisia
Gabon vs. Morocco
Jan 31 in Franceville
Gabon vs. Tunisia
Jan. 31 in Libreville
Niger vs. Morocco

GROUP D

Jan. 24 in Franceville
Ghana vs. Botswana
Mali vs. Guinea
Jan. 28 in Franceville
Botswana vs. Guinea
Ghana vs. Mali
Feb. 1 in Franceville
Ghana vs. Guinea
Feb. 1 in Libreville
Botswana vs. Mali

QUARTERFINALS

Feb. 4 in Bata
Match 25: Winner Group A vs. Runner-up Group B
Feb. 4 in Malabo
Match 26: Winner Group B vs. Runner-up Group A
Feb. 5 in Libreville
Match 27: Winner Group C vs. Runner-up Group D
Feb. 5 in Franceville
Match 28: Winner Group D vs. Runner-up Group C

SEMIFINALS
Feb. 8 in Bata
Winner Match 25 vs. Winner Match 28
Feb. 8 in Libreville
Winner Match 27 vs. Winner Match 26

THIRD-PLACE GAME
Feb. 11 in Malabo

FINAL
Feb. 12 in Libreville



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