Nigeria 1 – 1 Equatorial Guinea

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Sunday’s recap of the African Cup of Nations will see Egypt, Nigeria and Ghana face off on the second day of the tournament.

Egypt 2-2 Mozambique

Mohamed Salah saved himself a blush by converting a penalty in the 97th minute. Egypt when they salvaged a 2-2 draw. Mozambique They then denied their opponents their first win in the history of the African Cup of Nations in the Group B encounter at the Félix Houphouët-Boigny Stadium.

Salah’s spot-kick hit the post after Mozambique defender Domingos Macanza was fouled in the box. A penalty was awarded following a VAR review.

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Mohamed Salah scores a penalty in stoppage time to save Egypt from a shock defeat in their first AFCON match

Mozambique forward #19 Witty (left) celebrates after scoring his first goal for his team in the African Cup of Nations (CAN) 2024 Group B soccer match between Egypt and Mozambique at Félix Houphouët-Boigny Stadium in Abidjan, 2024 January 14th.  (Photo courtesy of FRANCK FIFE/AFP)
Mozambique forward Witi celebrates after scoring his team’s first goal against Egypt

Egypt got off to a fast start in Abidjan with Mostafa Mohamed scoring within two minutes, but Mozambique bounced back from missed chances with Witi and substitute Clesio scoring twice in the second half.

However, Salah’s laxity prevented them from achieving their first win in their 13th Nations Cup match, but Egypt will play their second pool match against Ghana on Thursday.

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Salah missed a golden chance before the second half leveler

Nigeria 1-1 Equatorial Guinea

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Highlights of Nigeria vs Equatorial Guinea in AFCON Group A

Victor Osimhen scored an equalizer in the first half, but it was in vain. Nigeria The first match in Group A of the Africa Cup of Nations ended in a 1-1 draw. equatorial guinea in Abidjan on Sunday.

Equatorial Guinea opened the scoring with a fine goal from Ivan Salvador, but their lead lasted just two minutes before Napoli forward Osimhen headed in Nigeria’s equalizer.

From then on, the West African team dominated the chances, but Equatorial Guinea goalkeeper Jesus Owono remained in good form and, although he made some great saves, his finishing was not accurate.

Nigeria will next face hosts Ivory Coast in a potentially important match on Thursday, while Equatorial Guinea will take on Guinea-Bissau, who lost 2-0 to Ivory Coast in the tournament’s opening match on Saturday.

Ghana vs. Cape Verde – 8 p.m.

Group B matches are ghana and cape verde It will be held at the Félix Houphouet-Boigny Stadium in Abidjan.Kickoff is at 8pm and available for viewing sky sports football.

Sunday, January 14th 7:45pm

Kickoff at 8pm

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