afcon 2015
Results and score of Afcon 2015

Results and score of Afcon 2015

Kouami Sessou . Posted in Africa 1 Comment

Ivory Coast won their second Africa Cup of Nations  in dramatic fashion, beating Ghana 9-8 on penalties.

Ivory Coast team afcon 2015 final

Third-place play-off result

It was a largely stale affair to end both Equatorial Guinea and Congo DR’s campaigns in the Africa Cup of Nations, as the Congolese side won the tie 4-2 on penalties.

Results of semi-finals

RD Congo 1-3 Ivory Coast
24e sp D.Mbokani 20e Y.Touré
41e Gervinho
68e W.Kanon
Equatorial Guinea 0-3 Ghana
42e sp J.Ayew
45+1e M.Wakaso
74e A.Ayew

Results of quarter-finales

 Congo 2-4  DR Congo
 55e F.Doré
62e B.Thievy
65e D.Mbokani
75e J.Bokila
81e J.Kimwaki
90+1e D.Mbokani
 Tunisia  1-2 Equatorial Guinea
 70e A.Akaichi  90+3e pen.  J.Balboa
102e J.Balboa
 Côte d’Ivoire  3-1  Algérie
 26e W.Bony
69e W.Bony
90+4e Gervinho
 51e E.Soudani
 Ghana  3-0  Guinée
 4e C.Atsu
44e K.Appiah
61e C.Atsu

Hosts Equatorial Guinea are through to the semi-finals of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations after coming back from 1-0 down to beat Tunisia 2-1 after extra time in their quarter-final encounter on Saturday.

DR Congo pulled off an extraordinary comeback in the first quarter-final, fighting from two goals down against Congo to prevail 4-2 and move into the last four.

Groupe stage results

Group A Score
Equatorial Guinea  1-1 Congo
 16e Emilio Nsue
87e B.Thievy
Burkina Faso  0-2 Gabon
19′ P.Aubameyang
72′ M.Evouna 
Equatorial Guinea  0-0 Burkina Faso
Gabon  0-1 Congo
48e P.Oniangué
Gabon  0-2 Equatorial Guinea
55e J.Balboa
86e I.Salvador Edu 
Congo  2-1 Burkina Faso
 51e B.Thievy
88e F.Ondama N’Guessi
86e A.Bancé

Group B
Zambia 1-1 DR Congo
2e G.Singuluma 66e Y.Bolasie
Tunisia 1-1 Cape Verde
 70e M.Moncer 78e pen. Heldon
 Zambia  1-2  Tunisia
 59e E.Mayuka  70e A.Akaichi
89e Y.Chikhaoui
 Cape Verde  0-0  DR Congo
 DR Congo  1-1  Tunisia
 66e J.Bokila  31e A.Akaichi
 Cape Verde  0-0  Zambia

Group C
Ghana 1-2 Senegal
14e pen. A.Ayew 58e M.Diouf
90+3e M.Sow
Algeria 3-1 South Africa
 67e csc T.Hlatswayo
72e F.Ghoulam
83e I.Slimani
51e T.Phala
 Ghana  1-0  Algeria
 90+2e A.Gyan
South Africa  1-1  Senegal
 47e O.Manyisa  60e S.Kara M’Bodji
 Senegal  0-2  Algeria
 11e R.Mahrez
82e N.Bentaleb
 South Africa  1-2  Ghana
 17e M.Masango  73e J.Boye
83e A.Ayew

Group D
Ivory Coast 1-1 Guinea
 36e M.Yattara 72′ S.Doumbia
Mali 1-1 Cameroon
 71e S.Yatabaré 84e A.Oyongo
 Côte d’Ivoire   1-1  Mali
 B. Sako  M.Gradel
 Cameroon  1-1  Guinea
 B. Moukandjo  I. Traoré
 Cameroon  0-1  Ivory Coast
 36e M.Gradel
 Guinée  1-1  Mali
 15e sp K.Constant  47e M.Maïga


Matchday 1

  • Equatorial Guinea led for the majority of the fixture and will be disappointed not to come away with a win, but a draw against Congo is stDill a fantastic result for the football minnows.
    Gabon opened their campaign with a 2-0 win over Burkina Faso, losing the battle for possession but being far more clinical in front of goal.
  • Tunisia and Cape Verde Islands shared the spoils in their opening match in Ebebiyin, as all four teams in Group B go into the second round of games level on a single point.

    In a game lacking quality, Mohamed Ali Moncer put the Tunisians ahead after 70 minutes, before Heldon Ramos equalized from the penalty spot to secure Cape Verde a deserved draw.

  • It was an impressive fightback by the Desert Foxes, who went top of the table on goal difference in the group of death after Senegal defeated Ghana 2-1 earlier
  • Ivory Coast 1-1 Guinea AFCON 2015: Seydou Doumbia rescues the Elephants after Gervinho sees red in Group D.

    Neither Cameroon nor Mali could take advantage of the Ivory Coast’s slip-up against Guinea and go top of Group D of the Africa Cup of Nations, as the sides played out the tournament’s fifth 1-1 draw in the first eight games.

    Ambroise Oyongo’s late equalizer denied Mali all three points, cancelling out Sambou Yatabere’s opener, and leaving all four teams level after the first round of matches.

    In a game of few chances but plenty of heavy tackling it was always likely to take a set-piece or a defensive error to break the deadlock – in the end, the opening goal had an element of both.

Matchday 2

  • Asamoah Gyan’s penchant for big goals on the international stage continued on Friday, as the Ghana star hit a last-ditch goal to shock Algeria and keep the Black Stars’ African Cup Of Nations dream alive.

Matchday 3

  • French coach Claude le Roy enhanced a remarkable record as Congo defeated Burkina Faso 2-1 to reach the 2015 CAF Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals.
  • Hosts Equatorial Guinea advanced to the quarter-finals of the CAF Africa Cup of Nations amid emotional scenes on Sunday as second-half goals by Javier Balboa and Iban Edu secured a 2-0 win over Gabon in Bata.
  • Tunisia and Congo are qualified in group B.Loteteka Bokila strike cancels out Ahmed Akaichi’s header as both sides reach last eight.

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Comments (1)

  • Evaristo Chisha


    Discpline is required amongest the players unlike rough play we witnessed by our friends from Congo DRC against Zambia.


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