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Cameroon come from behind to assume Group A leadership

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A stunning solo goal from Piqueti was not enough for Guinea Bissau as Cameroon came from behind to win 2-1 and take pole position in African Nations Cup Group A.

Piqueti powered through the Cameroon defence to give his side an early lead.

But Sebastien Siani equalised and Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui struck what proved to be the winner as Cameroon clinched the first win of Group A.

The Indomitable Lions, who have four points, next play hosts Gabon in Sunday's final group game, while Guinea Bissau meet...

African Nations Cup begins disappointingly for hosts Gabon

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's goal should have set up a happy Day 1 for the hosts, but things quickly faded.

LIBREVILLE, Gabon -- In the end, a day that briefly promised escapism only added to the list of real-world questions. It had been the most muted of build-ups to this African Nations Cup in Gabon, a country with other problems on its mind, but when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang connected with Denis Bouanga's 52nd-minute cross, it was possible to glimpse a familiar, comforting narrative: the homegrown superstar coming good to pull an ecstatic nation out of a tight spot.

Instead, Juary Soares' 90th...