Jeremy Bokila netted a second-half brace as DR Congo claimed a remarkable 4-2 comeback victory over Congo to reach the semi-finals of the African Nations Cup at Estadio de Bata on Saturday.
Congo took a 2-0 lead thanks to goals after the break from Ferebory Dore and Koulossa Thievy before Dieumerci Mbokani pulled one back and Bolika's double sandwiched Joel Kimwaki's header to complete the comeback.
The win sees the Leopards reach the semi-finals of the competition for the first time since 1998.
BATA, Equatorial Guinea -- "It was unthinkable for a second that CAF would not reject Rwanda's qualification to the group stage. We were expecting the decision."
Those were the wise words of Claude Le Roy, speaking to AfriqueFoot in August 2014. If there is a man who understands African football and knows how these things work, it is Le Roy. His current stint as manager of the Congo national team at the 2015 Africa Nations' Cup in Equatorial Guinea is his eighth appearance at the continental...