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Afcon 2017: Cameroon 2-1 Guinea Bissau

By on January 19, 2017

Sebastien Siani equalised in the 61st minute and Michael Ngadeu Ngadjui thrashed home the winner12 minutes from time as Cameroon effectively moved to within one point of a quarter-final place.

Yesterday, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored again for Gabon but his first-half penalty only equalised against Burkina Faso in another 1-1 draw for the home team. “We have no complaints about the penalty but we also had enough chances to win the game,” said Burkinabe coach Paulo Duarte, whose side also have two points.

Gabon must avoid defeat against Cameroon in Libreville, where home supporters seemed sceptical of their team’s chances and only 29,000 turned up for Wednesday’s game at the 40,000-capaocty Stade l’Amitie.

All three games so far in Group A have been drawn, with Cameroon and Guinea-Bissau to play later on Wednesday.

Cameroon meet Gabon and Guinea-Bissau face Burkina Faso in Monday’s deciding games.

Guinea-Bissau must win to stand any chance of reaching the last eight.

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