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Farouk Miya scores historic goal for Uganda vs. Mali

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The ESPN FC panel give their predictions on who will win the African Nations Cup.


Uganda scored their first goal at the African Nations Cup since 1978 as a 1-1 Group D draw with Mali in Oyem ensured both teams were eliminated.

Only Mali had retained any chance of progressing to the Gabon-held competition's quarter-finals but they required three points and for Egypt to lose to Ghana in the group's other fixture.

Egypt, however, won 1-0, overtaking Ghana to ensure they finished first and their opponents second. Mali had to come from behind against Uganda to secure a second draw...


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Asamoah Gyan sets Ghana goals record as Black Stars advance

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Asamoah Gyan became Ghana's all-time top scorer in the African Nations Cup as the Black Stars edged Mali 1-0 in Port-Gentil to book their place in the quarterfinals.

The 31-year-old headed home from a Jordan Ayew corner in the 21st minute to take his tournament tally to eight and eclipse previous record holder Osei Kofi.

It gave Ghana their second straight win in Group D, having started their campaign with victory over Uganda last week.

Mali had gone into the game needing a win after their opening...

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Egypt and Mali finish their Group D opener goalless

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Egypt and Mali played out a goalless draw in their African Nations Cup Group D opener at Port Gentil.

Mali had gone close to breaking the deadlock on 13 minutes.

Moussa Marega sent a deep ball into the penalty area from the left, which Bastia midfielder Lassana Coulibaly tried to glance into the far corner, but Egypt goalkeeper Ahmed El-Shenawy turned it behind at full stretch.

However, the Zamalek stopper soon picked up an injury and was eventually forced off in the 24th minute, which saw veteran...

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Victor Moses and John Obi Mikel score as Nigeria beat Algeria

Nigeria players celebrate a goal during the win over Algeria.

Chelsea duo Victor Moses and John Obi Mikel scored for Nigeria as they continued their perfect start to World Cup qualifying with a 3-1 win against Algeria that left them four points clear at the top of Group B.

Moses was the architect of the win in Uyo as he first punished hesitant defending on 25 minutes, when he burst into the area and saw a weak attempt to clear fall back into his path for him to finish.

Mikel doubled the home side's lead just before break and while Nabil Bentaleb set up a nervy...

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Mali coach Alain Giresse praises Serge Aurier's quick reflex

Mali manager Alain Giresse has thanked Ivory Coast defender Serge Aurier for "saving the life'' of Moussa Doumbia on Saturday.

The 22-year-old Doumbia, a forward for Russian side Rostov, was knocked unconscious after a challenge with Sunderland defender Lamine Kone.

Paris Saint-Germain defender Aurier, according to Giresse, then prevented Mali player Doumbia from swallowing his tongue.

Giresse, who won 47 caps for France during his playing days, sought out Aurier after the game, which the Ivory...