African Cup of Nations, AFCON, the largest continental football exhibition in progress is in Egypt. It began on 21 June after the spectacular opening ceremony.
The hosts, Egypt, won Zimbabwe with one goal in the first game of the tournament. The matches are continued in six groups, and Africananews keeps you up to date with the latest.
As the game continues, we will use "Q" to mark teams that qualify for the knockout stage.
GROUP A: Egypt (Q) – DR Congo – Uganda (Q) – Zimbabwe
GROUP B: Nigeria (Q) – Guinea – Madagascar – Burundi
GROUP C: Senegal – Algeria (Q) – Tanzania – Kenya
GROUP D: Morocco – Ivory Coast – South Africa – Namibia
GROUP E: Tunisia – Mali – Angola – Mauritania
GROUP F: Cameroon – Ghana – Benin – Guinea Bisao
First round AFCON Group Competitions 2019: Goals, Facts, etc. [Analysis]
Pregled: 10. kolo
Mauritania will take Angola in Group E, and tournament debutants will hope to earn their first points in the tournament. Mauritania lost its first match with Mali, while Angola held Tunisia 1-1.
In Group F, the Champions League defender Cameroon will take over Gan, while Benin, who played the unbeaten Black Stars 2-2 at the first game, played against Guinea Bissau.
Action of the 9th day
June 28: South Africa vs Namibia
Namibia is now on the verge of elimination, while South Africa has maintained its hopes of advancing into the next stage of life. The brave Namibian warriors now have to defeat the last group match against Ivory Coast, while South Africa will hope at least to retreat against the leader of the Moroccan group.
68 'Bongani Zungu scores Bafanu Bafanu as an advantage.
June 28: Morocco vs. Ivory Coast
Morocco has done enough to qualify for the knockout stage, while the Ivory Coast will have to win its last match against South Africa to avoid elimination.
23-year-old Youssef En-Nesyri scored a goal in Atlas Lion's lead.
June 28: Mali vs. Tunis
Tunisia is satisfied with a single bend, as Mali kept his first place in Group E with four points in two games. Mauritania will take Angola on Saturday's second game of group E.
70 Wahbi Khazri is the same for Tunisia.
62 & # 39; Mali runs its own goal.
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– africanews (@africanews) June 28, 2019
Preview: Match Day 9
On Matchday 9, Group D is taking full action with a group E match that begins the day's action.
Ivory Coast and Morocco – with three AFCON the titles among them – bring their first wins to today's top ship that could potentially be at the top of the group.
The winner is guaranteed a place because the first two loser games are also excluded. Namibia and South Africa are South African derbys that will also give a good indication of who could potentially win the third place and progress.
Tunis will hope that after Angola will come out with a disappointing melee when they appear against Mali. Western Africans who have achieved the highest number of goals in a single game so far will hope to finish their qualifying win.
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– Alfa Shaban (@AlfaAfrican) June 28, 2019
Photos of the 8th day
June 27: Kenya vs. Tanzania
Kenya has done enough to win its first win AFCON 2019. They are now on the level of Senegal, which they face in the last group match.
Tanzania's chances of progressing to the next stage are now very thin and will have to win against Algeria in order to have the chances of progress.
80's Olunga scored his second goal in the night and handed Kenya the lead tonight for the first time.
62 'Johanna Omolo equates to Kenya.
40 & Mbwana Aly Sematta returns the leadership of Tanzania.
39 & Michael Olunga equated for Harambee Stars.
Saimon Msuva scored after a brilliant counterattack in Tanzania.
June 27: Senegal vs. Algeria
Algeria defeats the tournament favorites against Senegal Sadie Mane. Algeria joins Egypt and Nigeria in a knockout phase.
49-year-old Youcef Belaili broke a low kick to lead the Algerians a few minutes after the break.
June 27: Madagascar vs. Burundi
Madagascar wins the battle AFCON debutants, registering their first win and crossing four points. They are now in the best position to qualify for the knockout stage, while Burundi has to win in the last game against Guinea to have a chance.
76 'Marco Ilaimaharitra scored a goal for Madagascar's lead.
June 27: Round 8
Madagascar will play in Burundi in the second group B group, because both will hope they will do enough to join the leaders of the group in Nigeria in the last 16 years.
Madagascar played 2: 2 in their first game against Guinea, while Burundi set off to bravely to lose only one goal in Nigeria.
In Group C, it is a tournament favorite match as Senegal for Algeria. Both teams won at the start of the match against Tanzania and Kenya.
Two East African teams will hope that they will earn their first points when they play in the second group C meeting.
# AFCON2019 MATCH DAY POLL
Winners of the first round of Group C games are increasing today.
Will it be the second victory led by Mahrez #LesVerts under the leadership of Mane #TerangaLions?
The game is a place in the knockout. # TotalAFCON2019 #FootballTogether
– africanews (@africanews) June 27, 2019
Photos of Day 7
June 26: Egypt vs DR Congo
Egypt has done enough to qualify for the knockout phase while the 0-2 loss leaves DR Kong on the edge of elimination.
The leopards now have to defeat Zimbabwe in their final game in the group stage and hope they will end up with a better result than the other at least two other third places.
43 & Mohamed Salah opens his goal AFCON 2019 doubled the leadership of Egypt.
25 & Ahmed Elmohamady achieves Egypt for leadership.
June 26: Uganda vs. Zimbabwe
After 90 minutes, both teams are satisfied with 1-1. Uganda continues to lead a 4-point group, while Zimbabwe earned its first point in the tournament.
40 Billiat equates to the Warriors.
12 & # 39; Emmanuel Okwi puts Uganda forward.
June 26: Nigeria and Guinea
Nigeria makes two wins in two games and becomes the first team to qualify for the 16th round.
74 Kenneth Omeruo scored a goal for Nigeria.
June 26: Facts from the First Circuit First Action
Number of Wins (same as Number of Losses) = Two
Extraction = zero
Number of goals = Three
Goal Scores = M. Trezeguet (Egypt), Emmanuel Okwi, Patrick Kaddu (Uganda)
Here's how it passed the first round of games for group A … ????????
– Armed Forces of the Republic of Croatia (@CAF_Online) June 26, 2019
Facts after 12 games (1st round) of group games
The number of wins (same as the number of losses) = Nine
Drawing = Tri
Number of goals = 27
The biggest goal scored was the team = Mali with four goals against Mauritania
Most goals per group = Group E with seven goals
June 26: World 6th Day
The action will continue in Group A and Group B on Wednesday, now that all 24 teams in the tournament had their first matches.
In Group A, Uganda will take over Zimbabwe while the hosts of Egypt will be faced with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Uganda and Egypt will look for their other wins at the tournament, while DRC and Zimbabwe will hope to earn their first points.
In Group B, Nigeria, which won first in the first match against Burundi, will take over the Guinea, which was restored after the return of Naby Keita.
June 25: Results from the 5th day of the match
Cameroon (2) vs Guinea-Bissau (0)
Ghana (2) vs Benin (2)
June 25: Ghana vs Benin
Benin surprised 2-2 against the Japanese side that was reduced to ten men.
63 'Pote Reaches Equilibrium for Benin.
54 'John Boye gets another yellow card and ends.
42 & Ghanaians take lead through Jordan Ayew
Andre Ayew is equal to Black Stars
2 & Mickael Pote shocks Ghana for the earliest goal.
June 25: Cameroon and Guinea Bissau
And defenders started their campaign with a positive 2: 0 victory over Guinea Bissau; The following is Ghana against Benin.
69. Stephane Bahoken, who came to Sutchuin Djoum, doubled the leadership of Cameroon.
66 'Yaya Banana scored from the corner to defend the champions.
June 25: Schedule 5th day
Today, two matches will be held at Ismailia Stadium in Egypt with the winner champions starting in the early match against Guinea Bissau.
Two years ago in Gabon, the lush Lions, led by Hugo Broos, defied the predictions of defeating Egypt in the final. They are now under the tutelage of former Dutch international Clarence Seedorf.
The pay line meant that they were the last team to arrive in Egypt at the tournament. They were closed in conversations with the government even when the tournament was in progress. It remains to be seen how this will affect their performance against the Guinea-Bissau side that is expected to win.
The final group will be in the entire West African affair while Ghana is playing Benin. It's a fun fact that all countries have the same colors that make their flags.
Red – yellow – green. The arrangement and arrangement of colors differ from Benin's only starless country. Ghana and Guinea Bissau have black flags while Cameroon has a yellow flag.
Group F, call the Red – Yellow – Green Flag, will end on the Day of the First Day.
The main facts about group F
June 24: Results from the Fourth Match
Ivory Coast (1) vs South Africa (0)
Tunisia (1) vs Angola (1)
Mali (4) vs Mauritania (1)
Mali vs Mauritania
The Mali secures a strong victory over tournament debutants, Madagascar, by making money AFCON Biggest victory in 2019.
The second Mali Adama Traore scored 73th goal for his name and scored the fourth goal.
72 'Moctar Sidi El Hacen hits the net and scores first in Mauritania AFCON history.
The 55-year-old Adama Traore aims to increase Mali.
45-year-old Moussa Marega doubled the leadership of Malia, beating the penalty.
37 'Abdoulaye Diaby scored a goal and gave Mali.
June 24: Tunisia vs Angola
After 90 minutes, Tunisia and Angola share the prey (1-1), earning one point. More E Group activities will follow soon, as Mali accepted Mauritanian debutants.
73 & Abel Campos equals Angola
34 Youssef Msakni sent Tunisia to the lead
June 24: Ivory Coast vs South Africa
It's all over. Ivorians start their campaign with a 1-0 victory over South Africa. The coast of the coast now leads group D with Morocco, with three points.
64 'Jonathan Kodjia scored a goal in the lead against Bafane Bafane.
June 24: Third Day
With the victory over Morocco against Namibia, the Ivory Coast will be against South Africa for the last meeting of Group D today in Cairo.
The action will fully turn to group E, where Tunisia and Angola will retire, after which all affiliates in West Africa will see Mauritanian debut playing Mali.
Burundi – another debutant – lost his team of Group B against Nigeria while debutants Madagascar had a lot of positive players who had 2 to 2 rows with Guinea in the same group.
Ivory Coast – South Africa (Al Salam Stadium, Cairo)
Tunisia vs. Angola (Suez Army Stadium, Suez)
Mali vs. Mauritania (Suez Army Stadium, Suez)
June 23: Results from the Fourth Match
Algeria vs. Kenya 2 – 0
Senegal – Tanzania 2 – 0
Morocco – Namibia 1 – 0
June 23: Senegal provides full ratings against Tanzania
Tanzanian star Taifa Stars failed to illuminate in return AFCON when Ternagor Lionsi from Senegal showed off for them in their first match at the tournament.
Two hits – one in each half – ensure that Aliou Cisse's assertions are awarded three points. The goals were scored by Balde (28 & # 39;) and Scuderia Diatte (65 & # 39;).
Diatta was declared a man in the match for analysts to point out the potential of the Senegal team as potential candidates for the trophy.
It was a match with two African coaches, Senegal Cisse and Tanzanian Emmanuel Amunike, but at the end of the Cisse procedure he took home three points.
– Armed Forces of the Republic of Croatia (@CAF_Online) June 23, 2019
June 23: The Namibian heart is broken by its own goal
Atlas lions from Morocco could count on their own goal to secure three points against Namibia on Sunday in Group D at Al Salam Stadium in Cairo.
When Keimuine hit the ball in the 89th minute by the goalkeeper, the Moroccans celebrated, but for the decisive Namibian side, it was the case of a broken heart on Day 1 of their return to AFCON.
Two Group C games are expected later when Senegal takes over Tanzania and Algeria faces Kenya.
Group C and D with first matches
– Armed Forces of the Republic of Croatia (@CAF_Online) June 23, 2019
June 22: results from day 2
Uganda – DR Congo 2 – 0
Nigeria vs. Burundi 1 – 0
Guinea vs. Madagascar 2 – 2
June 22: Uganda vs. Democratic Republic of Congo
It's over. Uganda scored two goals, earned three points and took first place in Group A.
48 'Emmanuel Okwi doubled Uganda leadership.
16 'Patrick Kaddu gave Uganda a lead after 16 minutes, knocking it in for the lower ball.
The defense battle could decide on this conflict, as well as the goalkeeper Uganda Mamelodi Sundown Denis Onyango and DRCDefender Arthur Masuaku playing for West Ham will be some of the stars he will watch.
Closets under control?
– Armed Forces of the Republic of Croatia (@CAF_Online) June 22, 2019
June 22: Nigeria vs. Burundi
The Nigerian Super Ors that have won the African Cup of Nations three times face the Burundi tournament debutants.
Burundi will hope to upset Nigerians headed by Arsenal's Alex Iwobi and continue with the fairy-tale that has convinced them to qualify for AFCON first time.
– Armed Forces of the Republic of Croatia (@CAF_Online) June 22, 2019
Guinea vs Madagascar
At 20:00 GMT, The Guinea will take over for the first time Madagascar, which also appears in the African continental exhibition. All eyes will be on Liverpool's star Naby Keita, who could play for the first time since being injured in the Champions League semi-finals against Barcelona in May.
June 21: upcoming matches
Tomorrow, DR Congo takes over Uganda to finish the first day in Group A, Egypt is now on top with three points and a bare.
In Group B, doubles, Nigeria, take over Burundi and Guinea with Madagascar's debutants.
Key facts and figures about group B
June 21: Egypt wins the opener
Egyptian hosts recorded a weak victory against Zimbabwe in the opening round of the African Cup of Nations, AFCON, which began on Friday in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.
In the first half, strike came 41 minutes over Mahmoud Trezeguet after a series of attacks on Zimbabwe.
Zimbabweans had Edward Sibanda's goalkeepers to thank for the start of the first Egyptian attacks, even when the Brave Warriors also drank the shadowy moments that threatened their hosts during the exchange.
– Kawowo Sports (@kawowosports) June 21, 2019
The most important facts and figures about group A