African Nation Cup: Mali were hoping to book themselves into the last Eight of the Competition when they Welcome Equatorial Guinea at Limbe Stadium Yesterday night. However Mali started their match on 4-2-3-1 formation while Equatorial Guinea started their match on 4-1-4-1 formation. Just from the start of the match Mali put pressure on Equatorial Guinea. Meanwhile just in the 23 minutes Ivan Salvador Received a Yellow for Equatorial Guinea. On the other hand Equatorial Guinea continues to Received Yellow Card after Yellow Card in the first minutes of the match. And the match went into the half time goalles.
In the second half Mali continues to put pressure on Equatorial Guinea. In the 63 minutes Equatorial Guinea made a double Substitution Bringing In Buyla and Emilio Nsue. On the other hand Mali also made their own Substitution Bringing In fresh legs in the field. At the end Goalles is how it ended in the 90th minutes and the match went into the Extra time. And it was goalles in the Extra time. At the end Equatorial Guinea Won the match on Penalties.
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