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Peter Pedroncelli, 4:18 am AFKI Original
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) have decided on the eleven players that performed to outstanding levels at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, allowing them to be considered as part of the team of the tournament. The Nations Cup ended on Sunday with Cameroon victorious over Egypt in the final, but the team of the tournament focused on individuals who stood out at the competition, and as such, there were names included from various national teams involved in the tournament.
Dana Sanchez, 12:35 pm
Facebook beat Wall Street expectations for sales and user growth in the fourth quarter of 2016, and it credits Internet.org, its free basic version of the internet in developing countries, for helping make that happen. It added more users worldwide in the fourth quarter than any quarter since the company went public in 2012. Founder Mark Zuckerberg’s vision is to get more Africans online. “This isn’t a purely altruistic venture,” an analyst said. Internet.org, is available in 23 African countries through partnerships with mobile operators.
Peter Pedroncelli, 9:57 am AFKI Original
The 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) has come to an end, with the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon securing ultimate victory in the final over Egypt with a 2-1 win that few saw coming. The competition in Gabon was entertaining, providing fans of the beautiful game with action-packed matches to enjoy over the course of three weeks. A number of records were broken, while some interesting statistics came to light during the premier African national team competition. Here are 12 records and facts that emerged from the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations.
Peter Pedroncelli, 4:07 am AFKI Original
Cameroon have emerged from Gabon with their fifth Nations Cup title after a 2-1 comeback victory over Egypt in the final in Libreville on Sunday night. The Indomitable Lions were not expected to beat the Pharaohs in the decider, as Egypt had only conceded one goal throughout the tournament up to that point, and they were aiming to lift their eighth AFCON trophy with victory in Gabon.
Peter Pedroncelli, 3:34 am AFKI Original
The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon managed a 2-0 win over the Black Stars of Ghana in the second semi-final played at the Stade de Franceville on Thursday evening, securing their place in the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations final against Egypt. Goals from Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui and Christian Bassogog made sure of victory over a more favoured Ghanaian outfit, with captain Benjamin Moukandjo leading his charges by example with a fine display in midfield.
Peter Pedroncelli, 4:31 am AFKI Original
Egyptian national team goalkeeper Essam El Hadary was named man of the match in Wednesday night’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) semi-final victory over Burkina Faso at the Stade de I’Amitie in Libreville. The 44-year-old goalkeeper, who is now the oldest player to have taken part in an AFCON match, helped his side to a win over Burkina Faso after a 1-1 draw in normal time gave way to the lottery of penalties, with the Pharaohs winning the shootout 4-3.
Peter Pedroncelli, 7:43 am AFKI Original
The 2017 Africa Cup of Nations is underway in Gabon, with the 16 best teams in Africa fighting for continental glory. Among those teams are many of the continent’s best individual players, some of whom have been producing world-class performances in front of the AFCON crowds. Here we take a look at 14 African soccer players who are performing well at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations.
Peter Pedroncelli, 4:29 am AFKI Original
Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) favourites Senegal were knocked out of the competition at the quarter-final stage on Saturday, with rivals Cameroon defeating the Senegalese courtesy of a penalty shootout victory. The highly anticipated battle of the Lions, the Teranga Lions versus the Indomitable Lions, was played at the Stade de Franceville, with many pundits believing that AFCON favourites Senegal would be too strong for their opponents.
Peter Pedroncelli, 3:58 am AFKI Original
The 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) group stage is now over, with only eight teams left in the competition, and the quarter-finals taking place over the weekend. Saturday and Sunday will see the knockout stages begin, with the final eight teams from around the continent desperate to qualify for the semi-finals in Gabon.
Julia Austin, 5:40 pm
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