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January 26th, 2012 11:49PM

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[SCOREBOARD] Ivory Coast moved into the quarterfinals of the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations with a 2-0 win over Burkina Faso on Tuesday. The loss eliminated Burkina Faso. In the other game in Malabo, Sudan and Angola played to a 2-2 tie. Ahmed Bashir's goal in the 33rd minute was Sudan's first in the competition in 36 years. 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 2 Zambia 2.
LIB: Ahmed Saad 4
ZAM: Emmanuel Mayuka 29
LIB: Ahmed Saad 48
ZAM: Chris Katongo 54
Equatorial Guinea 2 Senegal 1.
EG: Randy 62
SEN: Moussa Sow 89
EG: Kily 90
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 2 Angola 2.
ANG: Manucho 5
SUD: Ahmed Bashir 33
ANG: Manucho pen. 48
SUD: Ahmed Bashir 73
Ivory Coast 2 Burkina Faso 0.
IC: Salomon Kalou 16
IC: own goal 82
Jan. 30 in Malabo

Ivory Coast vs. Angola
Jan. 30 in Bata
Sudan vs. Burkina Faso

GROUP C

Jan. 21 in Libreville
Gabon 2 Niger 0.
GAB: Pierre- Emerick Aubameyang 30
GAB: Stephane N'Guema 45
Tunisia 2 Morocco 1
MOR: Houssine Kharja 86
TUN: Khaled Korbi 34
TUN: Youssef Msakni 76
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 1 Botswana 0.
GHA: John Mensah 25
Mali 1 Guinea 0.
MAL: Bakaye Traore 30
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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