African Nations Cup 2013


Qualifying Tournament

. South Africa qualified as host.
. Three knock-out rounds were played in home and away basis form.
. Tie-breaks: 
  1.Aggregate goals (ag). 
  2.Goals away rule (gar).
  3.PSO after second leg (no extra time), and include between brackets in the score.
. Preliminary round was played by the worst ranked teams.
. First round was played by the winners of the preliminary round and countries did not qualify for 
the Final Tournament of 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.
. Second round was played by the winners of the first round and the teams qualified for the Final 
Tournament of 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.

m.n: round.leg

Seed 1: Zambia (Winner: Zambia)
1.1 29 Feb 2012 Congo                        3-1     Uganda                   [at Municipal Pointe-Noire]
1.2 16 Jun 2012 Uganda                       4-0     Congo                    [ag 5-3, at National, Kampala] 
2.1  8 Sep 2012 Zambia                       1-0     Uganda                   [at Levy Mwanawasa, Ndola]
2.1 13 Oct 2012 Uganda                   [8] 1-0 [9] Zambia                   [PSO, at National, Kampala]

Seed 2: Ghana (Winner: Gambia)
1.1 29 Feb 2012 Chad                         3-2     Malawi                   [at Idriss Mahamat Ouya, N'Djamena]
1.2 16 Jun 2012 Malawi                       2-0     Chad                     [ag 4-3, at Kamuzu, Blantyre]
2.1  8 Sep 2012 Ghana                        2-0     Malawi                   [at Accra Sports]
2.2 13 Oct 2012 Malawi                       0-1     Ghana                    [points 0-6, at Civo, Lilongwe]

Seed 3: Côte d'Ivoire (Winner: Côte d'Ivoire)
2.1  8 Sep 2012 Côte d'Ivoire                4-2     Senegal                  [at Félix Houphouët-Boigny, Abidjan]
2.2 13 Oct 2012 Senegal                      0-2     Côte d'Ivoire            [abd at 74m, score stood on Oct 16, points 0-6, at Leopold Senghor, Dakar]

Seed 4: Mali (Winner: Mali)
2.1  8 Sep 2012 Mali                         3-0     Botswana                 [at 26 Mars, Bamako]
2.2 13 Oct 2012 Botswana                     1-4     Mali                     [points 0-6, at Lobatse]

Seed 5: Tunisia (Winner: Tunisia)
0.1 15 Jan 2012 Sao Tome e Principe          1-0     Lesotho                  [at Nacional 12 de Julho, São Tomé]
0.2 22 Jan 2012 Lesotho                      0-0     Sao Tome e Principe      [points 1-4, at Setsoto, Maseru]
1.1 29 Feb 2012 Sao Tome e Principe          2-1     Sierra Leone             [at Nacional 12 de Julho, São Tomé]
1.2 16 Jun 2012 Sierra Leone                 4-2     Sao Tome e Principe      [ag 5-4, at National, Freetown]
2.1  8 Sep 2012 Sierra Leone                 2-2     Tunisia                  [at National, Freetown]
2.2 13 Oct 2012 Tunisia                      0-0     Sierra Leone             [gar 2-0, at Mustapha Ben Jannet, Monastir]

Seed 6: Cameroon (Winner: Cape Verde Islands)
1.1 29 Feb 2012 Guinea-Bissau                0-1     Cameroon                 [at 24 de Setembro, Bissau]
1.1 29 Feb 2012 Madagascar                   0-4     Cape Verde Islands       [at Mahamasina Municipal, Antananarivo]
1.2 16 Jun 2012 Cameroon                     1-0     Guinea-Bissau            [points 6-0, at Ahmadou Ahidjo, Yaoundé]
1.2 16 Jun 2012 Cape Verde Islands           3-1     Madagascar               [points 6-0, at Várzea, Praia]
2.1  8 Sep 2012 Cape Verde Islands           2-0     Cameroon                 [at Várzea, Praia]
2.2 14 Oct 2012 Cameroon                     2-1     Cape Verde Islands       [ag 2-3, at Ahmadou Ahidjo, Yaoundé]

Seed 7: Angola (Winner: Angola)
1.1 29 Feb 2012 Burundi                      2-1     Zimbabwe                 [at Prince Louis Rwagasore, Bujumbura]
1.2 17 Jun 2012 Zimbabwe                     1-0     Burundi                  [gar 1-0, at National Sport, Harare]
2.1  9 Sep 2012 Zimbabwe                     3-1     Angola                   [at Rufaro, Harare]
2.2 14 Oct 2012 Angola                       2-0     Zimbabwe                 [gar 1-0, at 11 de Novembro, Luanda]

Seed 8: Gabon (Winner: Togo)
1.1 29 Feb 2012 Kenya                        2-1     Togo                     [at Nyayo National, Nairobi]
1.2 17 Jun 2012 Togo                         1-0     Kenya                    [gar 1-0, at Kégué, Lomé]
2.1  8 Sep 2012 Gabon                        1-1     Togo                     [at d'Angondjé, Libreville]
2.2 14 Oct 2012 Togo                         2-1     Gabon                    [points 4-1, at Kégué, Lomé]


Seed 9: Nigeria (Winner: Nigeria)
1.1 29 Feb 2012 Liberia                      1-0     Namibia                  [at Antoinette Tubman, Monrovia]
1.1 29 Feb 2012 Rwanda                       0-0     Nigeria                  [at Régional Nyamirambo, Kigali]
1.2 16 Jun 2012 Namibia                      0-0     Liberia                  [points 1-4, at Independence, Windhoek]
1.2 16 Jun 2012 Nigeria                      2-0     Rwanda                   [points 4-1, at UJ Esuene, Calabar]
2.1  8 Sep 2012 Liberia                      2-2     Nigeria                  [at National, Paynesville]
2.2 13 Oct 2012 Nigeria                      6-1     Liberia                  [points 4-1, at UJ Esuene, Calabar]

Seed 10: Sudan (Winner: Ethiopia)
1.1 29 Feb 2012 Ethiopia                     0-0     Benin                    [at Addis Ababa]
1.2 17 Jun 2012 Benin                        1-1     Ethiopia                 [gar 0-1, at Friendship, Cotonou]
2.1  8 Sep 2012 Sudan                        5-3     Ethiopia                 [at Al-Hilal, Omdurman]
2.2 14 Oct 2012 Ethiopia                     2-0     Sudan                    [gar 3-0, at Addis Ababa]

Seed 11: Equatorial Guinea (Winner: Congo DR)
                Swaziland withdrew, Seychelles advanced to First Round.
1.1 29 Feb 2012 Seychelles                   0-4     Congo DR                 [at Linité, Roche Caiman]
1.2 17 Jun 2012 Congo DR                     3-0     Seychelles               [points 6-0, at Martyrs de la Pentecôte, Kinshasa]
2.1  9 Sep 2012 Congo DR                     4-0     Equatorial Guinea        [at Martyrs de la Pentecôte, Kinshasa]
2.2 14 Oct 2012 Equatorial Guinea            2-1     Congo DR                 [ag 2-5, at Nuevo de Malabo]

Seed 12: Algeria (Winner: Algeria)
1.1 29 Feb 2012 Gambia                       1-2     Algeria                  [at Independence, Bakau]
1.2 15 Jun 2012 Algeria                      4-1     Gambia                   [points 6-0, at Mustapha Tchaker, Blida]
2.1  9 Sep 2012 Libya                        0-1     Algeria                  [at Mohamed V, Casablanca, Morocco]
2.2 14 Oct 2012 Algeria                      2-0     Libya                    [points 6-0, at Mustapha Tchaker, Blida]

Seed 13: Guinea (Winner: Niger)
2.1  9 Sep 2012 Guinea                       1-0     Niger                    [at Nongo, Conakry]
2.2 14 Oct 2012 Niger                        2-0     Guinea                   [ag 2-1, at Général Seyni Kountché, Niamey]

Seed 14: Burkina Fasso (Winner: Burkina Fasso)
1.1 15 Jun 2012 Egypt                        2-3     Central African Republic [at Borg El Arab]
1.2 30 Jun 2012 Central African Republic     1-1     Egypt                    [points 4-1, at Barthelemy Boganda, Bangui]
2.1  8 Sep 2012 Central African Republic     1-0     Burkina Fasso            [at Barthelemy Boganda, Bangui]
2.2 14 Oct 2012 Burkina Fasso                3-1     Central African Republic [ag 3-2, at 4-Août, Ouagadougou]

Seed 15: Morocco (Winner: Morocco)
1.1 29 Feb 2012 Tanzania                     1-1     Mozambique               [at Benjamin Mkapa, Dar es Salaam]
1.2 17 Jun 2012 Mozambique               [7] 1-1 [6] Tanzania                 [PSO, at Zimpeto, Maputo]
2.1  9 Sep 2012 Mozambique                   2-0     Morocco                  [at Machava, Matola]
2.2 13 Oct 2012 Morocco                      4-0     Mozambique               [ag 4-2, at Marrakesh]

Final Tournament (South Africa)


Official title: Orange Africa Cup of Nations

Final Tournament, held in South Africa

Group A

19/01/2013, Johannesburg, FNB Stadium 'Soccer City', 50000
SOUTH AFRICA        0
CAPE VERDE          0
South Africa:       16 Itumeleng Khune; 5 Anele Ngcongca, 21 Siyabonga Sangweni, 14 Bongani Khumalo [c],
(4-4-2)             11 Thabo Matlaba; 18 Thuso Phala, 12 Reneilwe Letsholonyane, 13 Kagisho Dikgacoi
                    (6 Lerato Chabangu 46'), 8 Siphiwe Tshabalala (10 Thulani Serero 60');
                    7 Lehlohonolo Majoro (9 Katlego Mphela 68'), 17 Bernard Parker.
Cape Verde:         1 Josimar Dias 'Vozinha'; 23 Carlos Tavares 'Carlitos', 3 Fernando Varela,
(4-3-1-2)           6 Nando Neves [c], 18 Nivaldo Santos; 15 Marco Soares, 8 Toni Varela,
                    5 Elvis Macedo 'Babanco'; 7 Luís Soares 'Platini' (11 Júlio Tavares 63');
                    20 Ryan Mendes da Graça (17 Walder Souto Amado 'Ronny' 85'), 10 Héldon Ramos 'Nhuck'
                    (22 David Silva 76').
Referee:            Djamel Haïmoudi (Algeria).
Coaches:            South Africa: Gordon Igesund.
                    Cape Verde: Ulisses 'Lúcio' Antunes.
Cards:              South Africa: 5 Anele Ngcongca [Y 44'].
                    Cape Verde: 7 Luís Soares 'Platini' [Y 60'].

19/01/2013, Johannesburg, FNB Stadium 'Soccer City', 25000
ANGOLA              0
MOROCCO             0
Angola:             1 Luís João 'Lamá'; 3 António Serrado 'Lunguinha' (2 Marco Airosa 77'),
(4-2-3-1)           13 Bartolomeu Quissanga 'Bastos', 4 Massunguna Afonso 'Dany', 15 Miguel Quiame;
                    6 Adérito Carvalho 'Dédé', 16 Ilídio Panzo 'Pirolito'; 20 Régio Zalata 'Mingo Bile'
                    (23 Guilherme Afonso 46'), 18 Hermenegildo Bartolomeu 'Geraldo'
                    (11 Sebastião Amaral 'Gilberto' 81'), 17 Mateus da Costa;
                    9 Mateus Gonçalves 'Manucho' [c].
Morocco:            1 Nadir Lamyaghri [c]; 2 Abderrahim Achchakir, 5 Mehdi Benatia, 17 Issam El-Adoua, 
(4-1-2-3)           15 Abdelhamid El-Kaoutari; 6 Adil Hermach; 7 Abdelaziz Barrada
                    (10 Younès Belhanda 64'), 8 Karim El-Ahmadi (18 Chahir Belghazouani 81');
                    21 Nordin Amrabat, 14 Mounir El-Hamdaoui (9 Youssef El-Arabi 71'),
                    11 Oussama Assaidi.
Referee:            Badara Diatta (Senegal).
Coaches:            Angola: Gustavo Ferrín (Uruguay).
                    Morocco: Rachid Taoussi.
Cards:              Angola: 9 Mateus Gonçalves 'Manucho' [Y 34'].
                    Morocco: 6 Adil Hermach [Y 25'], 5 Mehdi Benatia [Y 55'],
                             10 Younès Belhanda [Y 76'].

23/01/2013, Durban, Moses Mabhida Stadium, 40000
SOUTH AFRICA        2 (21 Siyabonga Sangweni 30', 7 Lehlohonolo Majoro 62')
ANGOLA              0
South Africa:       16 Itumeleng Khune; 5 Anele Ngcongca, 21 Siyabonga Sangweni, 14 Bongani Khumalo [c],
(4-1-3-2)           3 Tsepo Masilela; 15 Dean Furman; 18 Thuso Phala, 19 May Mahlangu
                    (12 Reneilwe Letsholonyane 46'), 17 Bernard Parker; 23 Tokelo Rantie
                    (7 Lehlohonolo Majoro 58'), 9 Katlego Mphela (20 Oupa Manyisa 78').
Angola:             1 Luís João 'Lamá'; 3 António Serrado 'Lunguinha',
(4-4-2)             13 Bartolomeu Quissanga 'Bastos', 4 Massunguna Afonso 'Dany', 15 Miguel Quiame;
                    17 Mateus da Costa, 16 Ilídio Panzo 'Pirolito', 6 Adérito Carvalho 'Dédé'
                    (11 Sebastião Amaral 'Gilberto'65'), 18 Hermenegildo Bartolomeu 'Geraldo'
                    (7 Djalma Campos 46'); 9 Mateus Gonçalves 'Manucho' [c], 23 Guilherme Afonso
                    (14 Amândio Costa 'Amaro' 85').
Referee:            Koman Coulibaly (Mali).
Coaches:            South Africa: Gordon Igesund.
                    Angola: Gustavo Ferrín (Uruguay).
Cards:              South Africa: none.
                    Angola: 4 Massunguna Afonso 'Dany' [Y 50'].

23/01/2013, Durban, Moses Mabhida Stadium, 25000
CAPE VERDE          1 (7 Luís Soares 'Platini' 35')
MOROCCO             1 (9 Youssef El-Arabi 78')
Cape Verde:         1 Josimar Dias 'Vozinha'; 14 Admilson Barros 'Gégé', 3 Fernando Varela,
(4-3-1-2)           6 Nando Neves [c], 18 Nivaldo Santos; 15 Marco Soares, 8 Toni Varela,
                    5 Elvis Macedo 'Babanco'; 7 Luís Soares 'Platini'
                    (17 Walder Souto Amado 'Ronny' 71'); 11 Júlio Tavares (4 Guy Ramos 90'),
                    20 Ryan Mendes da Graça (10 Héldon Ramos 'Nhuck' 75').
Morocco:            1 Nadir Lamyaghri [c]; 2 Abderrahim Achchakir, 5 Mehdi Benatia, 17 Issam El-Adoua,
(4-2-3-1)           3 Zakarya Bergdich; 8 Karim El-Ahmadi, 7 Abdelaziz Barrada; 21 Nordin Amrabat
                    (9 Youssef El-Arabi 46'), 10 Younès Belhanda (19 Kamel Chafni 65'), 11 Oussama Assaidi
                    (18 Chahir Belghazouani 54'); 14 Mounir El-Hamdaoui.
Referee:            Janny Sikazwe (Zambia).
Coaches:            Cape Verde: Lúcio Antunes.
                    Morocco: Rachid Taoussi.
Cards:              Cape Verde: 20 Ryan Mendes da Graça [Y 38'], 6 Nando Neves [Y 67'].
                    Morocco: 2 Abderrahim Achchakir [Y 21'], 10 Younès Belhanda [Y 62'],
                             7 Abdelaziz Barrada [Y 65'], 9 Youssef El-Arabi [Y 70'].

27/01/2013, Durban, Moses Mabhida Stadium, 45000
SOUTH AFRICA        2 (19 May Mahlangu 71', 21 Siyabonga Sangweni 86')
MOROCCO             2 (17 Issam El-Adoua 10', 23 Abdelilah Hafidi 82')
South Africa:       16 Itumeleng Khune; 5 Anele Ngcongca, 21 Siyabonga Sangweni, 14 Bongani Khumalo [c],
(4-1-3-2)           3 Tsepo Masilela; 15 Dean Furman; 18 Thuso Phala, 19 May Mahlangu
                    (13 Kagisho Dikgacoi 90+2'), 17 Bernard Parker (12 Reneilwe Letsholonyane 76');
                    23 Tokelo Rantie, 9 Katlego Mphela (10 Thulani Serero 51').
Morocco:            1 Nadir Lamyaghri [c]; 2 Abderrahim Achchakir, 5 Mehdi Benatia, 4 Ahmed Kantari,
(4-2-3-1)           15 Abdelhamid El-Kaoutari; 19 Kamel Chafni, 17 Issam El-Adoua; 13 Youssef Kaddioui
                    (23 Abdelilah Hafidi 53'), 7 Abdelaziz Barrada (14 Mounir El-Hamdaoui 75'),
                    18 Chahir Belghazouani (3 Zakarya Bergdich 63'); 9 Youssef El-Arabi.
Referee:            Bakary Gassama (Gambia).
Coaches:            South Africa: Gordon Igesund.
                    Morocco: Rachid Taoussi.
Cards:              South Africa: 5 Anele Ngcongca [Y 34'], 17 Bernard Parker [Y 74'].
                    Morocco: 18 Chahir Belghazouani [Y 28'], 23 Abdelilah Hafidi [Y 56'],
                             19 Kamel Chafni [Y 66'].

27/01/2013, Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, 20000
CAPE VERDE          2 (3 Fernando Varela 81', 10 Héldon Ramos 'Nhuck' 90+1')
ANGOLA              1 (6 Nando Neves 33' OG)
Cape Verde:         1 Josimar Dias 'Vozinha'; 14 Admilson Barros 'Gégé'
(4-3-1-2)           (9 Ramilton do Rosário 'Rambé' 87'), 3 Fernando Varela, 6 Nando Neves [c],
                    23 Carlos Tavares 'Carlitos'; 15 Marco Soares, 8 Toni Varela
                    (21 Djaniny Semedo 46'), 5 Elvis Macedo 'Babanco'; 7 Luís Soares 'Platini'
                    (10 Héldon Ramos 'Nhuck' 46'); 20 Ryan Mendes da Graça, 11 Júlio Tavares.
Angola:             1 Luís João 'Lamá'; 2 Marco Airosa, 13 Bartolomeu Quissanga 'Bastos',
(4-2-3-1)           4 Massunguna Afonso 'Dany', 14 Amândio da Costa 'Amaro'; 16 Ilídio Panzo 'Pirolito'
                    (19 Adriano Nicolau 'Yano' 86'), 8 Osvaldo 'Manucho' Dinis; 17 Mateus da Costa 
                    (6 Adérito Carvalho 'Dédé' 63'), 11 Sebastião Amaral 'Gilberto'
                    (18 Hermenegildo Bartolomeu 'Geraldo' 80'), 7 Djalma Campos;
                    9 Mateus Gonçalves 'Manucho' [c].
Referee:            Slim Jedidi (Tunisia).
Coaches:            Cape Verde: Lúcio Antunes.
                    Angola: Gustavo Ferrín (Uruguay).
Cards:              Cape Verde: 10 Héldon Ramos 'Nhuck' [Y 58'], 3 Fernando Varela [Y 83'],
                                14 Admilson Barros 'Gégé' [Y 84'], 5 Elvis Macedo 'Babanco' [Y 85'].
                    Angola: 16 Ilídio Panzo 'Pirolito' [Y 78'].

 1.SOUTH AFRICA   3  1  2  0  4- 2  5  [GD +2]
 2.CAPE VERDE     3  1  2  0  3- 2  5  [GD +1]
 3.Morocco        3  0  3  0  3- 3  3
 4.Angola         3  0  1  2  1- 4  1


Group B

20/01/2013, Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, 7000
DR CONGO            2 (8 Trésor Mputu 53', 9 Dieumerci Mbokani 68' pen)
GHANA               2 (8 Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu 40', 20 Kwadwo Asamoah 50')
DR Congo:           1 Robert Muteba Kidiaba; 2 Djo Issama Mpeko, 5 Larrys Mabiala, 17 Cédric Mongongu
(4-2-2-2)           (21 Gabriel Zakuani 74'), 3 Jean Kilitcho Kasusula; 7 Youssouf Mulumbu,
                    18 Cédric Makiadi; 4 Mulota Kabangu (13 Alain Dioko Kaluyituka 67'),
                    15 Trésor Lomana Lua Lua (11 Déo Kanda 46'); 8 Trésor Mputu [c], 9 Dieumerci Mbokani.
Ghana:              16 Abdul Fatawu Dauda; 4 John Paintsil, 21 John Boye, 13 Jerry Akaminko,
(4-1-4-1)           20 Kwadwo Asamoah; 9 Derek Boateng (6 Anthony Annan 73'); 10 Albert Adomah
                    (23 Harrison Afful 81'), 8 Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, 22 Wakaso Mubarak,
                    7 Christian Atsu (11 Mohammed Rabiu Alhassan 56'); 3 Asamoah Gyan [c].
Referee:            Daniel Bennett (South Africa).
Coaches:            DR Congo: Claude Le Roy (France).
                    Ghana: James Kwesi Appiah.
Cards:              DR Congo: none.
                    Ghana: 10 Albert Adomah [Y 42'], 22 Wakaso Mubarak [Y 54'].

20/01/2013, Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, 20000
MALI                1 (12 Seydou Keita 84')
NIGER               0
Mali:               1 Mamadou Samassa II; 2 Fousseni Diawara, 13 Molla Wague, 21 Mahamadou N'Diaye,
(4-1-4-1)           3 Adama Tamboura; 8 Mohamed Kalilou Traoré (6 Mohamed Sissoko 63');
                    7 Cheick Fantamady Diarra (15 Mamadou Samassa I 46'), 12 Seydou Keita [c],
                    17 Mahamane Traoré, 11 Sigamary Diarra (20 Samba Diakité 79'); 9 Cheick Diabaté.
Niger:              16 Kassaly Daouda; 21 Mohamed Bachar, 13 Mohamed Chikoto, 18 Koffi Dankwa,
(4-3-3)             8 Kourouma Fatoukouma; 19 Issiaka Koudize (11 Alhassane Dante Issoufou 88'),
                    23 Mohamed Soumaïla, 3 Lassina Abdoul Karim Konaté; 2 Moussa Maâzou [c],
                    7 Modibo Sidibé, 14 Issoufou Boubacar Garba (10 Boubacar Djibo Talatou 78').
Referee:            Slim Jedidi (Tunisia).
Coaches:            Mali: Patrice Carteron (France).
                    Niger: Gernot Rohr (Germany).
Cards:              Mali: 1 Mamadou Samassa II [Y 90+5'].
                    Niger: 23 Mohamed Soumaïla [Y 48'], 14 Issoufou Boubacar Garba [Y 74'].

24/01/2013, Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, 8000
GHANA               1 (22 Wakaso Mubarak 38' pen)
MALI                0
Ghana:              16 Abdul Fatawu Dauda; 4 John Paintsil, 21 John Boye, 15 Isaac Vorsah, 23 Harrison Afful;
(4-1-4-1)           11 Mohammed Rabiu Alhassan; 10 Albert Adomah (14 Solomon Asante 84'),
                    8 Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, 20 Kwadwo Asamoah (9 Derek Boateng 78'), 22 Wakaso Mubarak
                    (7 Christian Atsu 71'); 3 Asamoah Gyan [c].
Mali:               1 Mamadou Samassa II; 2 Fousseni Diawara, 21 Mahamadou N'Diaye, 4 Adama Coulibaly,
(4-4-1-1)           3 Adama Tamboura; 17 Mahamane Traoré (15 Mamadou Samassa I 76'), 6 Mohamed Sissoko
                    (18 Samba Sow 68'), 20 Samba Diakité, 11 Sigamary Diarra (10 Modibo Maïga 46');
                    12 Seydou Keita [c]; 9 Cheick Diabaté.
Referee:            Noumandiez Doué (Ivory Coast).
Coaches:            Ghana: James Kwesi Appiah.
                    Mali: Patrice Carteron (France).
Cards:              Ghana: 16 Abdul Fatawu Dauda [Y 7'], 22 Wakaso Mubarak [Y 39'],
                           11 Mohammed Rabiu Alhassan [Y 63'], 4 John Paintsil [Y 69'].
                    Mali: 21 Mahamadou N'Diaye [Y 49'], 4 Adama Coulibaly [Y 68'],
                          17 Mahamane Traoré [Y 73'].

24/01/2013, Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, 12000
DR CONGO            0
NIGER               0
DR Congo:           1 Robert Muteba Kidiaba; 2 Djo Issama Mpeko, 5 Larrys Mabiala, 17 Cédric Mongongu,
(4-2-2-2)           3 Jean Kilitcho Kasusula; 7 Youssouf Mulumbu, 18 Cédric Makiadi; 4 Mulota Kabangu
                    (13 Alain Dioko Kaluyituka 56'), 15 Trésor Lomana Lua Lua (11 Déo Kanda 46');
                    8 Trésor Mputu [c] (10 Zola Matumona 72'), 9 Dieumerci Mbokani.
Niger:              16 Kassaly Daouda; 21 Mohamed Bachar, 13 Mohamed Chikoto, 18 Koffi Dankwa,
(4-1-4-1)           8 Kourouma Fatoukouma; 3 Lassina Abdoul Karim Konaté; 14 Issoufou Boubacar Garba
                    (10 Boubacar Talatou 46'), 19 Issiaka Koudize (17 William N'Gounou 79'),
                    23 Mohamed Soumaïla, 2 Moussa Maâzou [c]; 7 Modibo Sidibé
                    (11 Alhassane Dante Issoufou 90+1').
Referee:            Bouchaib El-Ahrach (Morocco).
Coaches:            DR Congo: Claude Le Roy (France).
                    Niger: Gernot Rohr (Germany).
Cards:              DR Congo: 9 Dieumerci Mbokani [Y 87'].
                    Niger: 2 Moussa Maâzou [Y 41'], 17 William N'Gounou [Y 82'].

28/01/2013, Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, 10000
GHANA               3 (3 Asamoah Gyan 6', 7 Christian Atsu 23', 21 John Boye 49')
NIGER               0
Ghana:              16 Abdul Fatawu Dauda; 4 John Paintsil, 21 John Boye, 15 Isaac Vorsah, 23 Harrison Afful;
(4-1-4-1)           11 Mohammed Rabiu Alhassan (9 Derek Boateng 72'); 10 Albert Adomah
                    (14 Solomon Asante 63'), 8 Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, 20 Kwadwo Asamoah,
                    7 Christian Atsu; 3 Asamoah Gyan [c] (17 Emmanuel Clottey 78').
Niger:              16 Kassaly Daouda; 21 Mohamed Bachar (4 Amadou Kader 60'), 13 Mohamed Chikoto,
(4-1-4-1)           18 Koffi Dankwa, 8 Kourouma Fatoukouma; 3 Lassina Abdoul Karim Konaté;
                    2 Moussa Maâzou [c], 19 Issiaka Koudize (14 Issoufou Boubacar Garba 61'),
                    23 Mohamed Soumaïla, 10 Boubacar Talatou; 7 Modibo Sidibé
                    (11 Alhassane Dante Issoufou 79').
Referee:            Badara Diatta (Senegal).
Coaches:            Ghana: James Kwesi Appiah.
                    Niger: Gernot Rohr (Germany).
Cards:              Ghana: 8 Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu [Y 33'].
                    Niger: 19 Issiaka Koudize [Y 21'], 13 Mohamed Chikoto [Y 25'],
                           18 Koffi Dankwa [Y 51'], 23 Mohamed Soumaïla [Y 87'].

28/01/2013, Durban, Moses Mabhida Stadium, 8000
DR CONGO            1 (9 Dieumerci Mbokani 3' pen)
MALI                1 (15 Mamadou Samassa I 14')
DR Congo:           1 Robert Muteba Kidiaba; 2 Djo Issama Mpeko, 17 Cédric Mongongu, 21 Gabriel Zakuani,
(4-2-2-2)           3 Jean Kilitcho Kasusula; 7 Youssouf Mulumbu [c], 18 Cédric Makiadi;
                    13 Alain Dioko Kaluyituka (11 Déo Kanda 79'), 15 Trésor Lomana Lua Lua
                    (8 Trésor Mputu 46'); 12 Yves Diba Ilunga (4 Mulota Kabangu 86'),
                    9 Dieumerci Mbokani.
Mali:               1 Mamadou Samassa II; 2 Fousseni Diawara, 13 Molla Wague, 4 Adama Coulibaly,
(4-1-4-1)           3 Adama Tamboura; 6 Mohamed Sissoko (8 Mohamed Kalilou Traoré 73'); 20 Samba Diakité
                    (11 Sigamary Diarra 87'), 12 Seydou Keita [c], 18 Samba Sow, 10 Modibo Maïga;
                    15 Mamadou Samassa I (9 Cheick Diabaté 78').
Referee:            Djamel Haïmoudi (Algeria).
Coaches:            DR Congo: Claude Le Roy (France).
                    Mali: Patrice Carteron (France).
Cards:              DR Congo: 7 Youssouf Mulumbu [Y 20'], 18 Cédric Makiadi [Y 77'].
                    Mali: 12 Seydou Keita [Y 32'], 18 Samba Sow [Y 33'], 3 Adama Tamboura [Y 52'],
                          1 Mamadou Samassa II [Y 64'], 8 Mohamed Kalilou Traoré [Y 85'].

 1.GHANA          3  2  1  0  6- 2  7
 2.MALI           3  1  1  1  2- 2  4
 3.DR Congo       3  0  3  0  3- 3  3
 4.Niger          3  0  1  2  0- 4  1


Group C

21/01/2013, Mbombela, Mbombela Stadium, 10000
ZAMBIA              1 (9 Collins Mbesuma 45+3')
ETHIOPIA            1 (19 Adane Girma 65')
Zambia:             16 Kennedy Mweene; 6 Davies Nkausu, 13 Stoppila Sunzu, 5 Hijani Himoonde,
(4-4-2)             4 Joseph Musonda (7 Jacob Mulenga 60'); 3 Chisamba Lungu, 19 Nathan Sinkala,
                    8 Isaac Chansa (23 Mukuka Mulenga 76'), 17 Rainford Kalaba; 11 Chris Katongo [c]
                    (20 Emmanuel Mayuka 85'), 9 Collins Mbesuma.
Ethiopia:           22 Jemal Tassew; 17 Siyoum Tesfaye, 5 Aynalem Hailu, 12 Biadigling Eliase,
(4-4-2)             4 Abebaw Butako; 18 Shimelis Bekele (23 Zerihun Tadele 39'), 19 Adane Girma [c],
                    8 Asrat Megersa, 14 Minyahil Teshome (13 Fuad Ibrahim 90+4'); 9 Getaneh Kebede
                    (21 Addis Hintsa 64'), 7 Salahdin Said.
Referee:            Eric Otogo-Castane (Gabon).
Coaches:            Zambia: Hervé Renard (France).
                    Ethiopia: Sewnet Bishaw.
Cards:              Zambia: 13 Stoppila Sunzu [Y 11'], 3 Chisamba Lungu [Y 24'],
                            4 Joseph Musonda [Y 45+1'], 9 Collins Mbesuma [Y 69'].
                    Ethiopia: 22 Jemal Tassew [R 35'], 5 Aynalem Hailu [Y 39'],
                              14 Minyahil Teshome [Y 90+3'], 4 Abebaw Butako [Y 90+4'].
Note:               Kennedy Mweene saved a penalty from Salahdin Said at 25'.

21/01/2013, Mbombela, Mbombela Stadium, 8500
BURKINA FASO        1 (10 Alain Traoré 90+4')
NIGERIA             1 (9 Emmanuel Emenike 23')
Burkina Faso:       16 Abdoulaye Soulama; 5 Mohamed Koffi, 4 Bakary Koné, 8 Paul Coulibaly,
(4-4-1-1)           12 Saïdou Panandétiguiri; 2 Hugues-Wilfried Dah (20 Wilfried Sanou 46'),
                    7 Florent Rouamba (21 Abdou Razack Traoré 82'), 6 Djakaridja Koné,
                    15 Aristide Bancé (10 Alain Traoré 65'); 11 Jonathan Pitroipa;
                    9 Moumouni Dagano [c].
Nigeria:            1 Vincent Enyeama; 5 Efe Ambrose, 2 Joseph Yobo [c], 14 Godfrey Oboabona,
(4-2-1-3)           3 Uwa Echiejile; 13 Fegor Ogude (17 Ogenyi Onazi 70'), 10 Mikel John Obi;
                    20 Nosa Igiebor; 8 Ideye Brown (22 Kenneth Omeruo 78'), 9 Emmanuel Emenike
                    (15 Ikechukwu Uche 58'), 7 Ahmed Musa.
Referee:            Mohamed Benouza (Algeria).
Coaches:            Burkina Faso: Paul Put (Belgium).
                    Nigeria: Stephen Keshi.
Cards:              Burkina Faso: none.
                    Nigeria: 13 Fegor Ogude [Y 24'], 5 Efe Ambrose [Y 38' YR 74'],
                             20 Nosa Igiebor [Y 73'].

25/01/2013, Mbombela, Mbombela Stadium, 25000
ZAMBIA              1 (16 Kennedy Mweene 85' pen)
NIGERIA             1 (9 Emmanuel Emenike 57')
Zambia:             16 Kennedy Mweene; 4 Joseph Musonda, 13 Stoppila Sunzu, 6 Davies Nkausu,
(4-4-2)             18 Emmanuel Mbola; 3 Chisamba Lungu (23 Mukuka Mulenga 66'), 19 Nathan Sinkala,
                    8 Isaac Chansa (21 Jonas Sakuwaha 73'), 17 Rainford Kalaba; 11 Chris Katongo [c]
                    (9 Collins Mbesuma 66'), 20 Emmanuel Mayuka.
Nigeria:            1 Vincent Enyeama [c]; 17 Ogenyi Onazi, 22 Kenneth Omeruo, 14 Godfrey Oboabona,
(4-2-1-3)           3 Uwa Echiejile; 13 Fegor Ogude, 10 Mikel John Obi; 20 Nosa Igiebor
                    (4 Nwankwo Obiora 76'); 11 Victor Moses (8 Ideye Brown 79'), 9 Emmanuel Emenike,
                    7 Ahmed Musa (15 Ikechukwu Uche 89').
Referee:            Gehad Grisha (Egypt).
Coaches:            Zambia: Hervé Renard (France).
                    Nigeria: Stephen Keshi.
Cards:              Zambia: 19 Nathan Sinkala [Y 64'], 18 Emmanuel Mbola [Y 72'].
                    Nigeria: 14 Godfrey Oboabona [Y 35'], 7 Ahmed Musa [Y 69'],
                             9 Emmanuel Emenike [Y 87'], 3 Uwa Echiejile [Y 90+3'].
Note:               Kennedy Mweene saved a penalty from Mikel John Obi at 26'.

25/01/2013, Mbombela, Mbombela Stadium, 35000
BURKINA FASO        4 (10 Alain Traoré 34' 74', 6 Djakaridja Koné 79', 11 Jonathan Pitroipa 90+5')
ETHIOPIA            0
Burkina Faso:       16 Abdoulaye Soulama; 5 Mohamed Koffi, 4 Bakary Koné, 8 Paul Coulibaly,
(4-2-1-3)           12 Saïdou Panandétiguiri; 6 Djakaridja Koné, 18 Charles Kaboré [c]
                    (14 Wilfried Balima 90+4'); 10 Alain Traoré; 20 Wilfried Sanou (1 Daouda Diakité 63'),
                    15 Aristide Bancé (7 Florent Rouamba 64'), 11 Jonathan Pitroipa.
Ethiopia:           23 Zerihun Tadele; 17 Siyoum Tesfaye, 5 Aynalem Hailu, 2 Degu Debebe [c],
(4-4-1-1)           10 Birhanu Bogale; 19 Adane Girma (20 Behailu Assefa 11'), 21 Addis Hintsa,
                    8 Asrat Megersa (3 Yared Zinabu 43'), 14 Minyahil Teshome; 18 Shimelis Bekele
                    (9 Getaneh Kebede 55'); 7 Salahdin Said.
Referee:            Bernard Camille (Seychelles).
Coaches:            Burkina Faso: Paul Put (Belgium).
                    Ethiopia: Sewnet Bishaw.
Cards:              Burkina Faso: 11 Jonathan Pitroipa [Y 54'], 16 Abdoulaye Soulama [R 60'].
                    Ethiopia: 17 Siyoum Tesfaye [Y 72'].

29/01/2013, Mbombela, Mbombela Stadium, 8000
BURKINA FASO        0
ZAMBIA              0
Burkina Faso:       1 Daouda Diakité; 5 Mohamed Koffi, 4 Bakary Koné, 8 Paul Coulibaly,
(4-1-4-1)           12 Saïdou Panandétiguiri; 7 Florent Rouamba; 14 Wilfried Balima
                    (2 Hugues-Wilfried Dah 46'), 6 Djakaridja Koné, 18 Charles Kaboré [c],
                    10 Alain Traoré (15 Aristide Bancé 11'); 11 Jonathan Pitroipa
                    (21 Abdou Razack Traoré 90+3').
Zambia:             16 Kennedy Mweene [c]; 6 Davies Nkausu (4 Joseph Musonda 15'), 13 Stoppila Sunzu,
(4-4-2)             5 Hijani Himoonde, 18 Emmanuel Mbola; 3 Chisamba Lungu (21 Jonas Sakuwaha 80'),
                    19 Nathan Sinkala, 8 Isaac Chansa (23 Mukuka Mulenga 55'), 17 Rainford Kalaba;
                    9 Collins Mbesuma, 20 Emmanuel Mayuka.
Referee:            Néant Alioum (Cameroon).
Coaches:            Burkina Faso: Paul Put (Belgium).
                    Zambia: Hervé Renard (France).
Cards:              Burkina Faso: 12 Saïdou Panandétiguiri [Y 67'].
                    Zambia: 4 Joseph Musonda [Y 31'], 20 Emmanuel Mayuka [Y 37'].

29/01/2013, Phokeng, Royal Bafokeng Stadium, 15000
NIGERIA             2 (11 Victor Moses 79' pen 90' pen)
ETHIOPIA            0
Nigeria:            1 Vincent Enyeama [c]; 5 Efe Ambrose, 22 Kenneth Omeruo, 14 Godfrey Oboabona,
(4-2-1-3)           3 Uwa Echiejile; 13 Fegor Ogude, 10 Mikel John Obi (2 Joseph Yobo 90+2');
                    19 Sunday Mba; 9 Emmanuel Emenike (8 Ideye Brown 75'), 15 Ikechukwu Uche
                    (7 Ahmed Musa 65'), 11 Victor Moses.
Ethiopia:           1 Sisay Bancha; 6 Alula Girma, 2 Degu Debebe [c], 12 Biadigling Eliase,
(4-4-2)             4 Abebaw Butako; 9 Getaneh Kebede, 15 Dawit Estifanos (14 Minyahil Teshome 46'),
                    21 Addis Hintsa, 16 Yussuf Saleh (10 Birhanu Bogale 68'); 11 Oumed Oukri
                    (13 Fuad Ibrahim 46'), 7 Salahdin Said.
Referee:            Bouchaib El-Ahrach (Morocco).
Coaches:            Nigeria: Stephen Keshi.
                    Ethiopia: Sewnet Bishaw.
Cards:              Nigeria: 19 Sunday Mba [Y 62'], 13 Fegor Ogude [Y 63'].
                    Ethiopia: 12 Biadigling Eliase [Y 21'], 2 Degu Debebe [Y 42'],
                              6 Alula Girma [Y 78'], 1 Sisay Bancha [Y 82' YR 85'].
Note:               Addis Hintsa played as goalkeeper after Sisay Bancha was sent off.

 1.BURKINA FASO   3  1  2  0  5- 1  5  [GD +4]
 2.NIGERIA        3  1  2  0  4- 2  5  [GD +2]
 3.Zambia         3  0  3  0  2- 2  3
 4.Ethiopia       3  0  1  2  1- 7  1


Group D

22/01/2013, Phokeng, Royal Bafokeng Stadium, 2000
IVORY COAST         2 (19 Yaya Touré 8', 10 Gervais Kouassi 'Gervinho' 88')
TOGO                1 (11 Jonathan Ayité 45+2')  
Ivory Coast:        1 Boubacar Barry; 21 Emmanuel Eboué, 4 Kolo Touré, 22 Sol Bamba, 17 Siaka Tiéné;
(4-2-3-1)           19 Yaya Touré, 5 Didier Zokora; 15 Max Gradel (8 Salomon Kalou 59'), 13 Didier Ya Konan
                    (9 Cheick Tioté 63'), 10 Gervais Kouassi 'Gervinho'; 11 Didier Drogba [c]
                    (12 Wilfried Bony 74').
Togo:               16 Kossi Agassa; 6 Abdoul-Gafar Mamah, 5 Serge Akakpo, 9 Vincent Bossou,
(5-2-3)             2 Daré Nibombé (7 Moustapha Salifou 90+1'), 21 Dakonam Djéné; 15 Alaixys Romao,
                    8 Komlan Amewou; 11 Jonathan Ayité (14 Prince Segbefia 78'), 4 Emmanuel Adebayor [c],
                    17 Serge Gakpé (10 Floyd Ayité 61').
Referee:            Néant Alioum (Cameroon).
Coaches:            Ivory Coast: Sabri Lamouchi (France).
                    Togo: Didier Six (France).
Cards:              Ivory Coast: 15 Max Gradel [Y 32'].
                    Togo: 9 Vincent Bossou [Y 33'], 15 Alaixys Romao [Y 47'], 2 Daré Nibombé [Y 61'].

22/01/2013, Phokeng, Royal Bafokeng Stadium, 10000
TUNISIA             1 (7 Youssef Msakni 90+1')
ALGERIA             0
Tunisia:            22 Moez Ben Cherifia; 2 Bilel Ifa, 3 Walid Hichri, 20 Aymen Abdennour,
(4-2-3-1)           12 Khalil Chemmam [c]; 14 Mejdi Traoui (10 Oussama Darragi 46'), 21 Khaled Mouelhi;
                    17 Issam Jemâa (9 Hamdi Harbaoui 16' (11 Fakhreddine Ben Youssef 85')),
                    8 Chadi Hammami, 7 Youssef Msakni; 19 Saber Khelifa.
Algeria:            23 Raïs M'Bolhi; 3 Liassine Cadamuro-Bentaïba (15 El-Arbi Hillel Soudani 74'),
(4-1-4-1)           4 Essaïd Belkalem, 12 Carl Medjani, 6 Djamel Mesbah; 2 Mehdi Mostefa;
                    10 Sofiane Feghouli, 17 Adlène Guedioura (18 Khaled Lemmouchia 86'),
                    8 Medhi Lacen [c], 14 Foued Kadir (13 Mohamed Amine Aoudia 90+3'); 9 Islam Slimani.
Referee:            Bakary Gassama (Gambia).
Coaches:            Tunisia: Sami Trabelsi.
                    Algeria: Vahid Halilhodžić (Bosnia/Herzegovina).
Cards:              Tunisia: 20 Aymen Abdennour [Y 13'], 9 Hamdi Harbaoui [Y 38'],
                             7 Youssef Msakni [Y 90+2'].
                    Algeria: 6 Djamel Mesbah [Y 72'].

26/01/2013, Phokeng, Royal Bafokeng Stadium, 20000
IVORY COAST         3 (10 Gervais Kouassi 'Gervinho' 21', 19 Yaya Touré 87', 13 Didier Ya Konan 90')
TUNISIA             0
Ivory Coast:        1 Boubacar Barry; 21 Emmanuel Eboué, 5 Didier Zokora [c], 22 Sol Bamba, 17 Siaka Tiéné;
(4-2-3-1)           9 Cheick Tioté, 6 Romaric N'Dri (13 Didier Ya Konan 89'); 8 Salomon Kalou
                    (15 Max Gradel 81'), 19 Yaya Touré, 10 Gervais Kouassi 'Gervinho'; 18 Lacina Traoré
                    (11 Didier Drogba 68').
Tunisia:            22 Moez Ben Cherifia; 18 Anis Boussaïdi (9 Hamdi Harbaoui 57'), 2 Bilel Ifa,
(4-1-2-3)           20 Aymen Abdennour, 12 Khalil Chemmam [c]; 21 Khaled Mouelhi; 8 Chadi Hammami,
                    14 Mejdi Traoui (15 Zouheir Dhaouadi 86'); 19 Saber Khelifa, 11 Fakhreddine Ben Youssef
                    (10 Oussama Darragi 46'), 7 Youssef Msakni.
Referee:            Rajindraparsad Seechurn (Mauritius).
Coaches:            Ivory Coast: Sabri Lamouchi (France).
                    Tunisia: Sami Trabelsi.
Cards:              Ivory Coast: 22 Sol Bamba [Y 31'], 9 Cheick Tioté [Y 73'].
                    Tunisia: none.

26/01/2013, Phokeng, Royal Bafokeng Stadium, 35000
TOGO                2 (4 Emmanuel Adebayor 31', 3 Dové Wome 90+5')
ALGERIA             0
Togo:               16 Kossi Agassa; 6 Abdoul-Gafar Mamah, 5 Serge Akakpo, 2 Daré Nibombé,
(4-4-1-1)           21 Dakonam Djéné; 7 Moustapha Salifou (3 Dové Wome 57'), 15 Alaixys Romao,
                    8 Komlan Amewou, 17 Serge Gakpé (12 Sapol Mani 74'); 11 Jonathan Ayité
                    (9 Vincent Bossou 88'); 4 Emmanuel Adebayor [c].
Algeria:            23 Raïs M'Bolhi; 2 Mehdi Mostefa, 4 Essaïd Belkalem, 5 Rafik Halliche,
(4-2-3-1)           6 Djamel Mesbah; 17 Adlène Guedioura, 8 Medhi Lacen [c] (11 Hameur Bouazza 83');
                    14 Foued Kadir (19 Yacine Bezzaz 66'), 10 Sofiane Feghouli, 15 El-Arbi Hillel Soudani;
                    9 Islam Slimani (13 Mohamed Amine Aoudia 75').
Referee:            Hamada Nampiandraza (Madagascar).
Coaches:            Togo: Didier Six (France).
                    Algeria: Vahid Halilhodžić (Bosnia/Herzegovina).
Cards:              Togo: 11 Jonathan Ayité [Y 41'], 6 Abdoul-Gafar Mamah [Y 63'],
                          5 Serge Akakpo [Y 90'].
                    Algeria: 2 Mehdi Mostefa [Y 2'], 17 Adlène Guedioura [Y 39'],
                             8 Medhi Lacen [Y 48'], 5 Rafik Halliche [Y 90+10'].
Note:               At 86'00" the match was interrupted due to a broken goalpost; there was a
                    delay of 14'50" until play was resumed.  However, the referee made an 
                    erroneous calculation of the time lost and allowed play to continue for a
                    further 18'39" after the delay before eventually blowing the final whistle.
                    The timings used above do not include the delay: for example, Halliche's 
                    yellow card occured at 13'56" after play resumed, i.e. in the 100th minute
                    of the match (if the delay was included it would be the 115th minute).

30/01/2013, Phokeng, Royal Bafokeng Stadium, 5000
ALGERIA             2 (10 Sofiane Feghouli 64' pen, 15 El-Arbi Hillel Soudani 70')
IVORY COAST         2 (11 Didier Drogba 77', 12 Wilfried Bony 80')
Algeria:            23 Raïs M'Bolhi; 2 Mehdi Mostefa, 4 Essaïd Belkalem, 5 Rafik Halliche,
(4-1-4-1)           6 Djamel Mesbah; 18 Khaled Lemmouchia (20 Saâd Tedjar 87'); 7 Ryad Boudebouz
                    (10 Sofiane Feghouli 62'), 17 Adlène Guedioura, 8 Medhi Lacen [c], 
                    15 El-Arbi Hillel Soudani (14 Foued Kadir 82'); 9 Islam Slimani.
Ivory Coast:        16 Daniel Yeboah; 20 Igor Lolo (21 Emmanuel Eboué 85'), 14 Ismaël Traoré, 4 Kolo Touré,
(4-2-3-1)           3 Arthur Boka; 7 Abdul Razak (5 Didier Zokora 90+2'), 6 Romaric N'Dri
                    (13 Didier Ya Konan 46'); 2 Arouna Koné, 12 Wilfried Bony, 8 Salomon Kalou;
                    11 Didier Drogba [c].
Referee:            Eric Otogo-Castane (Gabon).
Coaches:            Algeria: Vahid Halilhodžić (Bosnia/Herzegovina).
                    Ivory Coast: Sabri Lamouchi (France).
Cards:              Algeria: 8 Medhi Lacen [Y 26'].
                    Ivory Coast: 20 Igor Lolo [Y 47'].
Note:               Ryad Boudebouz missed a penalty at 7'.

30/01/2013, Mbombela, Mbombela Stadium, 7500
TOGO                1 (17 Serge Gakpé 13')
TUNISIA             1 (21 Khaled Mouelhi 30' pen)
Togo:               16 Kossi Agassa; 6 Abdoul-Gafar Mamah, 9 Vincent Bossou, 2 Daré Nibombé,
(4-1-4-1)           21 Dakonam Djéné; 5 Serge Akakpo; 10 Floyd Ayité (13 Sadat Ouro-Akoriko 89'),
                    15 Alaixys Romao, 8 Komlan Amewou, 17 Serge Gakpé (11 Jonathan Ayité 75');
                    4 Emmanuel Adebayor [c] (3 Dové Wome 90+5').
Tunisia:            22 Moez Ben Cherifia; 8 Chadi Hammami, 3 Walid Hichri, 20 Aymen Abdennour,
(4-2-3-1)           12 Khalil Chemmam [c]; 14 Mejdi Traoui (11 Fakhreddine Ben Youssef 87'),
                    21 Khaled Mouelhi; 23 Wahbi Khazri (15 Zouheir Dhaouadi 62'), 10 Oussama Darragi,
                    7 Youssef Msakni; 19 Saber Khelifa.
Referee:            Daniel Bennett (South Africa).
Coaches:            Togo: Didier Six (France).
                    Tunisia: Sami Trabelsi.
Cards:              Togo: 17 Serge Gakpé [Y 56'], 2 Daré Nibombé [Y 65'], 11 Jonathan Ayité [Y 76'],
                          4 Emmanuel Adebayor [Y 76'], 16 Kossi Agassa [Y 77'], 10 Floyd Ayité [Y 85'].
                    Tunisia: 21 Khaled Mouelhi [Y 12'], 7 Youssef Msakni [Y 39'],
                             23 Wahbi Khazri [Y 51'].
Note:               Khaled Mouelhi missed a penalty at 78'.

 1.IVORY COAST    3  2  1  0  7- 3  7
 2.TOGO           3  1  1  1  4- 3  4  [GD +1]
 3.Tunisia        3  1  1  1  2- 4  4  [GD -2]
 4.Algeria        3  0  1  2  2- 5  1


Quarterfinals

02/02/2013, Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, 8000
GHANA               2 (22 Wakaso Mubarak 54' pen 90+5')
CAPE VERDE          0
Ghana:              16 Abdul Fatawu Dauda; 4 John Paintsil, 21 John Boye, 15 Isaac Vorsah, 23 Harrison Afful;
(4-1-4-1)           11 Mohammed Rabiu Alhassan (9 Derek Boateng 84'); 10 Albert Adomah
                    (22 Wakaso Mubarak 47'), 8 Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, 20 Kwadwo Asamoah,
                    7 Christian Atsu (14 Solomon Asante 78'); 3 Asamoah Gyan [c].
Cape Verde:         1 Josimar Dias 'Vozinha'; 23 Carlos Tavares 'Carlitos', 3 Fernando Varela,
(4-3-1-2)           6 Nando Neves [c], 18 Nivaldo Santos; 15 Marco Soares, 8 Toni Varela
                    (21 Djaniny Semedo 67'), 5 Elvis Macedo 'Babanco'; 20 Ryan Mendes da Graça
                    (7 Luís Soares 'Platini' 51'); 10 Héldon Ramos 'Nhuck', 11 Júlio Tavares
                    (9 Ramilton do Rosário 'Rambé' 80').
Referee:            Rajindraparsad Seechurn (Mauritius).
Coaches:            Ghana: James Kwesi Appiah.
                    Cape Verde: Lúcio Antunes.
Cards:              Ghana: 11 Mohammed Rabiu Alhassan [Y 27'], 4 John Paintsil [Y 63'],
                           23 Harrison Afful [Y 68'].
                    Cape Verde: 5 Elvis Macedo 'Babanco' [Y 16'],
                                23 Carlos Tavares 'Carlitos' [Y 53'],
                                9 Ramilton do Rosário 'Rambé' [Y 87'].

02/02/2013, Durban, Moses Mabhida Stadium, 45000
SOUTH AFRICA        1 (23 Tokelo Rantie 31')
MALI                1 (12 Seydou Keita 58')
Mali won 3-1 on penalties, after extra time.
South Africa:       16 Itumeleng Khune; 2 Siboniso Gaxa, 21 Siyabonga Sangweni, 14 Bongani Khumalo [c],
(4-1-4-1)           3 Tsepo Masilela; 15 Dean Furman; 18 Thuso Phala (10 Thulani Serero 89'),
                    19 May Mahlangu, 12 Reneilwe Letsholonyane, 17 Bernard Parker
                    (8 Siphiwe Tshabalala 105+2'); 23 Tokelo Rantie (7 Lehlohonolo Majoro 41').
Mali:               16 Soumbeyla Diakité; 2 Fousseni Diawara, 13 Molla Wague, 4 Adama Coulibaly,
(4-1-4-1)           3 Adama Tamboura; 6 Mohamed Sissoko (17 Mahamane Traoré 55'); 20 Samba Diakité
                    (11 Sigamary Diarra 24'), 18 Samba Sow, 12 Seydou Keita [c], 10 Modibo Maïga;
                    15 Mamadou Samassa I (9 Cheick Diabaté 88').
Referee:            Néant Alioum (Cameroon).
Coaches:            South Africa: Gordon Igesund.
                    Mali: Patrice Carteron (France).
Cards:              South Africa: 14 Bongani Khumalo [Y 24'], 23 Tokelo Rantie [Y 39'],
                                  18 Thuso Phala [Y 45+3'], 7 Lehlohonolo Majoro [Y 91'],
                                  3 Tsepo Masilela [Y 109'].
                    Mali: 18 Samba Sow [Y 69'], 17 Mahamane Traoré [Y 111'].
Penalties:          1-0 8 Siphiwe Tshabalala, 1-1 9 Cheick Diabaté, 1-1 15 Dean Furman (save),
                    1-2 3 Adama Tamboura, 1-2 19 May Mahlangu (save), 1-3 17 Mahamane Traoré,
                    1-3 7 Lehlohonolo Majoro (miss).

03/02/2013, Phokeng, Royal Bafokeng Stadium, 25000
NIGERIA             2 (9 Emmanuel Emenike 43', 19 Sunday Mba 78')
IVORY COAST         1 (9 Cheick Tioté 50')
Nigeria:            1 Vincent Enyeama [c]; 5 Efe Ambrose, 22 Kenneth Omeruo, 14 Godfrey Oboabona,
(4-2-1-3)           3 Uwa Echiejile; 17 Ogenyi Onazi, 10 Mikel John Obi; 19 Sunday Mba; 9 Emmanuel Emenike,
                    8 Ideye Brown, 11 Victor Moses (2 Joseph Yobo 90').
Ivory Coast:        1 Boubacar Barry; 21 Emmanuel Eboué, 5 Didier Zokora [c], 22 Sol Bamba, 17 Siaka Tiéné;
(4-2-3-1)           9 Cheick Tioté, 6 Romaric N'Dri (18 Lacina Traoré 83'); 8 Salomon Kalou
                    (15 Max Gradel 69'), 19 Yaya Touré, 10 Gervais Kouassi 'Gervinho';
                    11 Didier Drogba [c].
Referee:            Djamel Haïmoudi (Algeria).
Coaches:            Nigeria: Stephen Keshi.
                    Ivory Coast: Sabri Lamouchi (France).
Cards:              Nigeria: 17 Ogenyi Onazi [Y 28'], 1 Vincent Enyeama [Y 90'].
                    Ivory Coast: 19 Yaya Touré [Y 38'], 8 Salomon Kalou [Y 47'], 22 Sol Bamba [Y 81'].

03/02/2013, Mbombela, Mbombela Stadium, 27000
BURKINA FASO        1 (11 Jonathan Pitroipa 105')
TOGO                0
After extra time.
Burkina Faso:       1 Daouda Diakité; 5 Mohamed Koffi, 4 Bakary Koné, 8 Paul Coulibaly,
(4-2-3-1)           12 Saïdou Panandétiguiri; 6 Djakaridja Koné, 18 Charles Kaboré; 20 Wilfried Sanou
                    (21 Abdou Razack Traoré 96'), 11 Jonathan Pitroipa (7 Florent Rouamba 109'),
                    13 Issouf Ouattara (22 Préjuce Nakoulma 66'); 9 Moumouni Dagano [c].
Togo:               16 Kossi Agassa; 6 Abdoul-Gafar Mamah, 9 Vincent Bossou, 2 Daré Nibombé,
(4-1-4-1)           21 Dakonam Djéné; 5 Serge Akakpo (3 Dové Wome 106'); 10 Floyd Ayité
                    (14 Prince Segbefia 67'), 15 Alaixys Romao, 8 Komlan Amewou
                    (7 Moustapha Salifou 116'), 17 Serge Gakpé; 4 Emmanuel Adebayor [c].
Referee:            Badara Diatta (Senegal).
Coaches:            Burkina Faso: Paul Put (Belgium).
                    Togo: Didier Six (France).
Cards:              Burkina Faso: 13 Issouf Ouattara [Y 40'], 18 Charles Kaboré [Y 43'].
                    Togo: 10 Floyd Ayité [Y 20'], 17 Serge Gakpé [Y 34'], 6 Abdoul-Gafar Mamah [Y 40'],
                          15 Alaixys Romao [Y 91'], 4 Emmanuel Adebayor [Y 112'],
                          9 Vincent Bossou [Y 120+4'].


Semifinals

06/02/2013, Durban, Moses Mabhida Stadium, 54000
NIGERIA             4 (3 Uwa Echiejile 25', 8 Ideye Brown 30', 6 Mohamed Sissoko 44' OG,
                       7 Ahmed Musa 60')
MALI                1 (7 Cheick Fantamady Diarra 75')
Nigeria:            1 Vincent Enyeama [c]; 5 Efe Ambrose (2 Joseph Yobo 81'), 22 Kenneth Omeruo,
(4-2-1-3)           14 Godfrey Oboabona, 3 Uwa Echiejile; 17 Ogenyi Onazi, 10 Mikel John Obi;
                    19 Sunday Mba; 9 Emmanuel Emenike, 8 Ideye Brown (18 Ejike Uzoenyi 72'),
                    11 Victor Moses (7 Ahmed Musa 53').
Mali:               1 Mamadou Samassa II; 2 Fousseni Diawara, 13 Molla Wague, 21 Mahamadou N'Diaye,
(4-4-1-1)           3 Adama Tamboura; 10 Modibo Maïga (7 Cheick Fantamady Diarra 46'), 6 Mohamed Sissoko
                    (9 Cheick Diabaté 56'), 8 Mohamed Kalilou Traoré, 17 Mahamane Traoré
                    (18 Samba Sow 67'); 12 Seydou Keita [c]; 15 Mamadou Samassa I.
Referee:            Bakary Gassama (Gambia).
Coaches:            Nigeria: Stephen Keshi.
                    Mali: Patrice Carteron (France).
Cards:              Nigeria: 5 Efe Ambrose [Y 26'].
                    Mali: 10 Modibo Maïga [Y 38'], 18 Samba Sow [Y 69'], 2 Fousseni Diawara [Y 84'].
Notes:              The third Nigerian goal is also attributed to Emmanuel Emenike, whose shot
                    was deflected severely by Sissoko.  Emenike left the field due to injury at
                    88' and was not replaced as Nigeria had made their three substitutions.

06/02/2013, Mbombela, Mbombela Stadium, 35000
BURKINA FASO        1 (15 Aristide Bancé 60')
GHANA               1 (22 Wakaso Mubarak 13' pen)
Burkina Faso won 3-2 on penalties, after extra time.
Burkina Faso:       1 Daouda Diakité; 5 Mohamed Koffi (3 Henri Traoré 90+1'), 4 Bakary Koné,
(4-2-3-1)           8 Paul Coulibaly, 12 Saïdou Panandétiguiri; 6 Djakaridja Koné, 7 Florent Rouamba;
                    22 Préjuce Nakoulma, 18 Charles Kaboré [c], 11 Jonathan Pitroipa; 15 Aristide Bancé.
Ghana:              16 Abdul Fatawu Dauda; 4 John Paintsil (14 Solomon Asante 10'), 21 John Boye,
(4-1-4-1)           15 Isaac Vorsah, 23 Harrison Afful; 11 Mohammed Rabiu Alhassan (9 Derek Boateng 47');
                    7 Christian Atsu, 8 Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, 22 Wakaso Mubarak
                    (17 Emmanuel Clottey 104'), 20 Kwadwo Asamoah; 3 Asamoah Gyan [c].
Referee:            Slim Jedidi (Tunisia).
Coaches:            Burkina Faso: Paul Put (Belgium).
                    Ghana: James Kwesi Appiah.
Cards:              Burkina Faso: 11 Jonathan Pitroipa [Y 67' YR 117'], 8 Paul Coulibaly [Y 77'].
                    Ghana: 11 Mohammed Rabiu Alhassan [Y 21'], 9 Derek Boateng [Y 71'].
Penalties:          0-0 15 Isaac Vorsah (miss), 1-0 4 Bakary Koné, 1-1 7 Christian Atsu,
                    2-1 3 Henri Traoré, 2-2 23 Harrison Afful, 2-2 8 Paul Coulibaly (save),
                    2-2 17 Emmanuel Clottey (miss), 3-2 15 Aristide Bancé,
                    3-2 8 Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu (save).
Note:               The second yellow card received by Pitroipa was rescinded later on appeal.


Third place match

09/02/2013, Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, 6000
MALI                3 (15 Mamadou Samassa I 21', 12 Seydou Keita 48', 11 Sigamary Diarra 90+3')
GHANA               1 (20 Kwadwo Asamoah 82')
Mali:               16 Soumbeyla Diakité; 2 Fousseni Diawara, 19 Salif Coulibaly, 4 Adama Coulibaly, 
(4-2-3-1)           3 Adama Tamboura; 8 Mohamed Kalilou Traoré, 17 Mahamane Traoré; 23 Ousmane Coulibaly,
                    12 Seydou Keita [c], 15 Mamadou Samassa I (11 Sigamary Diarra 78'); 9 Cheick Diabaté.
Ghana:              16 Abdul Fatawu Dauda; 23 Harrison Afful, 15 Isaac Vorsah, 21 John Boye
(4-1-4-1)           (19 Jonathan Mensah 46'), 2 Richard Boateng; 5 Mohamed Awal; 14 Solomon Asante,
                    20 Kwadwo Asamoah, 7 Christian Atsu (10 Albert Adomah 70'), 22 Wakaso Mubarak;
                    3 Asamoah Gyan [c] (17 Emmanuel Clottey 75').
Referee:            Eric Otogo-Castane (Gabon).
Coaches:            Mali: Patrice Carteron (France).
                    Ghana: James Kwesi Appiah.
Cards:              Mali: 3 Adama Tamboura [Y 46'].
                    Ghana: 22 Wakaso Mubarak [Y 25'], 15 Isaac Vorsah [Y 33'],
                           14 Solomon Asante [Y 90+1'].
Note:               Wakaso Mubarak missed a penalty at 58'.


Final

10/02/2013, Johannesburg, FNB Stadium 'Soccer City', 85000
NIGERIA             1 (19 Sunday Mba 40')
BURKINA FASO        0
Nigeria:            1 Vincent Enyeama [c]; 5 Efe Ambrose, 22 Kenneth Omeruo, 14 Godfrey Oboabona,
(4-2-1-3)           3 Uwa Echiejile (21 Juwon Oshaniwa 67'); 10 Mikel John Obi, 17 Ogenyi Onazi;
                    19 Sunday Mba (2 Joseph Yobo 89'); 15 Ikechukwu Uche (7 Ahmed Musa 54'), 8 Ideye Brown,
                    11 Victor Moses.
Burkina Faso:       1 Daouda Diakité; 5 Mohamed Koffi, 4 Bakary Koné, 8 Paul Coulibaly
(4-2-3-1)           (9 Moumouni Dagano 84'), 12 Saïdou Panandétiguiri; 6 Djakaridja Koné
                    (21 Abdou Razack Traoré 90'), 7 Florent Rouamba (20 Wilfried Sanou 65');
                    22 Préjuce Nakoulma, 18 Charles Kaboré [c], 11 Jonathan Pitroipa; 15 Aristide Bancé.
Referee:            Djamel Haïmoudi (Algeria).
Coaches:            Nigeria: Stephen Keshi.
                    Burkina Faso: Paul Put (Belgium).
Cards:              Nigeria: 17 Ogenyi Onazi [Y 38'], 22 Kenneth Omeruo [Y 57'],
                             10 Mikel John Obi [Y 57'], 21 Juwon Oshaniwa [Y 71'],
                             8 Ideye Brown [Y 90+2'].
                    Burkina Faso: 7 Florent Rouamba [Y 33'].


Official awards

Award title                      Sponsor           Winner              Country         Notes
Man of the tournament            Orange            Jonathan Pitroipa   Burkina Faso
Top scorer                       Pepsi             Emmanuel Emenike    Nigeria         * (see below)
Fair Player of the tournament    Samsung           Victor Moses        Nigeria
Goal of the tournament           Nissan            Youssef Msakni      Tunisia         (scored vs Algeria)

* In fact the top scorer was Wakaso Mubarak of Ghana with 4 goals.  Emenike scored 3 goals, but his official
  total was given as 4 because he was credited as the scorer of Nigeria's third goal in their semifinal vs
  Mali, which in reality was an own-goal by Sissoko.  It is not clear why Emenike won the award ahead of
  Mubarak, who should (at least) have been considered the joint top-scorer.

Official "all star" team: (inferred 4-1-3-2 formation)
 Vincent Enyeama [Nigeria]; Efe Ambrose [Nigeria], Bakary Koné [Burkina Faso], Nando Neves [Cape Verde],
 Siaka Tiéné [Ivory Coast]; Mikel John Obi [Nigeria]; Victor Moses [Nigeria], Seydou Keita [Mali],
 Jonathan Pitroipa [Burkina Faso]; Emmanuel Emenike [Nigeria], Asamoah Gyan [Ghana].





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