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Monday, January 26, 2015

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Substitute Fabrice Ondama's late winner secured first place for the Red Devils in Group A, while capping off an abysmal tournament for Paul Put's men

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A fantastic goalkeeping performance from Felipe Ovono allowed for the tournament hosts to grow into a hard-fought game and net two second-half goals to seal their qualification

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Carlos Queiroz's side claimed Iraq midfielder Alaa Abdul Zahrah Khashen Al-Azzawi was ineligible after being knocked out by their fierce rivals at the quarter-final stage

Sunday, January 25, 2015

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The German international has maintained his commitment to the club and claims he is intent on steering BVB up the Bundesliga table towards the Champions League positions

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The Borussia Monchengladbach winger somehow found the space and angle to unleash a brilliant left-footed shot that flew past Fabrice Ondoa as Cameroon were held to a draw

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EXCLUSIVE: The teenage Equatorial Guinea defender already has a hard-man image, but he was so young when he made his Vegetarian Lions debut that he cannot recall his actual age

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The Manchester City striker showed just what his new club had paid all that money for with a stunning elastico to nutmeg a defender in Ivory Coast's 1-1 draw with Mali on Saturday

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Neither side could take advantage of a wide open group, as goals from Bejamin Moukandjo and Ibrahima Traore result in a fourth consecutive 1-1 draw in Group D

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Benjamin Moukandjo opened the scoring early on but an Ibrahima Traore goal just before half time ensured the points were shared in the fourth 1-1 draw in Group D

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The 19-year-old is keen to move to Tottenham on loan after struggling for first-team opportunities at the Ligue 1 champions, but the coach is refusing to sanction an exit

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Bakary Sako had looked like giving Henryk Kasperczak's men maximum points until a fine finish in the closing minutes from the Saint-Etienne forward

Saturday, January 24, 2015

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The Brazilian says his compatriot could plan and execute a move on the pitch with perfection - something which stands him above the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo

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His side need just a point to ensure progression but the Frenchman insists he "hates draws" and will play for nothing but victory

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The Socceroos are through to the semi-finals after beating China on Thursday, and are determined to go on and win the trophy ahead of next week's clash against the UAE

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There are uncomfortable echoes from Laurent Blanc's past as disquiet in the dressing room at Parc des Princes continues to threaten the club's on-field exploits