Wednesday, 28 January 2015

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Goal took in the action at Estadio de Mongomo, where les Aigles were unable to turn their dominance into a spot in the last eight, as both teams now suffer the drawing of lots

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Herve Renard's men squeeze through to the last eight of the Africa Cup of Nations thanks to Max Gradel's glorious strike, while their counterparts finish bottom of Group D

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Kevin Constant opened the scoring with a penalty and although Seydou Keita missed from the spot moments later, Modibo Maiga netted a second-half equaliser for the Eagles

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The Manchester City star received treatment following a challenge from Stephane Mbia and soon limped from the field clutching his hamstring to be replaced by Cheick Doukoure

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The president of the 2012 Ligue 1 champions has claimed that the club will stop signing players that are likely to be called up for the Africa Cup of Nations

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Group D could not be any closer going to the final matchday with all four sides dead-level in the standings. Who will go through? Follow all the action LIVE!

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Both sides could end the day finishing as high as top spot or as low as fourth place in Group D - follow the decisive encounter LIVE with Goal!

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Progression to the second round could be decided by the drawing of lots after four 1-1 draws but the Manchester City midfielder will hope not to leave it to chance against Cameroon

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COMMENT: The outstanding player of the Cup of Nations has been man-of-the-match in both of his country's games but is focusing his attention on a surprise quarter-final berth

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The 46-year-old says he understands why his team's talisman is struggling to be as effective for his country as he is for Manchester City

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All four teams in Group D are tied on points and goal difference, meaning a win here will be enough to send either side through

Tuesday, 27 January 2015

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The pitches in Ebebiyin and Mongomo have been deemed too badly damaged following group-stage matches and all latter games will now be held in Bata and Malabo

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Goals from Riyad Mahrez and Nabil Bentaleb ensured the Fennec Foxes' progression, but Ghana's victory over South Africa in the other Group C game dumped the Lions of Teranga out

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Mandla Masango gave Bafana Bafana the lead, but John Boye equalised before the Marseille star popped up to win it and secure a spot in the next phase

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The midfielder called to speak to his injured brother and will be cheering on the Syli Nationale in their crucial third game at the Africa Cup of Nations

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All four teams in Group C have a chance of reaching the quarter-final stage - follow all the action LIVE! on Goal