Marked with the success of Algeria against Senegal (1-0), but also Morocco against the Elephant Shore (1-0), a typical team on the second day of the CAN honors the two Maghrebs. Not to mention Madagascar.
Roman Methane (Madagascar): 7 *
Aissa Mandi (Algeria): 8 *
Kenneth Omeruo (Nigeria): 7 *
Achraf Hakimi (Morocco): 8 *
Nordine Amrabat (Morocco): 8 *
Ghailene Chaalali (Tunisia): 7 *
Marco Ilaimaharitra (Madagascar): 7 *
Youcef Belaili (Algeria): 8 *
Michael Olunga (Kenya): 8 *
Mahmoud Ahmed Hassan "Trezeguet" (Egypt): 7 *
Decisive against Cameroon, Richard Ofori allowed Gani to score a drawdown on Saturday (0: 0). Thanks to decisive pairs, the Black Stars are still in the qualifying round for the 16th round.
The former side of Meza and Reimsa, Roman Methane, has paid tribute to his recent selection for All Star Game Major League Soccer. During the historic victory of Madagascar against Burundi (1: 0), Minnesota United player multiplied the race and felt the intervention. We find a part in a Aissa Mandi victory over Algeria's success against Senegal (1: 0), accompanied by Nigerian Kenneth Omeruo, the author of a great match (and goal) against Guinea (1: 0). On the left is Moroccan Achraf Hakimi He is the one who delivered top performance to help Morocco get rid of Côte d 'Ivoire (1: 0).
On the wings, two players shined on the 2nd day of the group stage: Moroccan Nordine Amrabat, deciding the passer-by against Ivory Coast (1-0) and Algerian Youcef Belaili, the only goal scorer against Senegal (1: 0). They are in the middle of the field accompanied by Tunisia Ghailene Chaalali, amazingly against Mali (1-1) and Malagasy Marco Ilaimaharitra, The latter, formed in Sochaux, offered the first victory of his history in Madagascar on the African Cup of Nations, against Burundi (1: 0).
This was also a matter of Kenya's history, the winner of his first game in CAN, against Tanzania (3-2). And double Michael Olunga no strangers! With the new Kenian national hero, we find the best Egyptian from this start of the competition. Mohamed Salah? No, his alter ego Mahmoud Ahmed Hassan Trezeguet, is still determined during Pharaoh's success against the Democratic Republic of Congo (2-0).