2013 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers Live Results
- Result: Zambia 1-0 Uganda
- Result: CAR 1-0 Burkina Faso
- Result: Gabon 1-1 Togo
- Result: Ghana 2-0 Malawi
- Result: Sierra Leone 2-2 Tunisia
- Result: Sudan 5-3 Ethiopia
- Result: Mali 3-0 Botswana
- Result: Cape Verde 2-0 Cameroon
- Result: Ivory Coast 4-2 Senegal
- Result: Liberia 2-2 Nigeria
There will be many unhappy Nigerians but many others will happily remind you that the Super Eagles have two away goals. But once upon a time Nigeria would wipe the floor with the likes of Liberia. How times have changed.
Goalkeeper saves his penalty but Muhannad El Tahir scores from the rebound for his second goal of the game! Hilal Stadum shouting: “Up Up Sudan!!!”
Muhannad Tahir converts from the penalty spot and the home side are in front once again.
1847: GOAL – Ivory Coast 3-2 Senegal
Didier Drogba puts the Elephants in front for the first time in this match with a well-taken penalty.
1840: GOAL – Cape Verde 2-0 Cameroon
Modibo Maiga hammers another nail into the Zebras coffin and they still have another 20 minutes left.
Typical lung-busting surge from Yaya Toure ends up with Arsenal frontman Gervinho equalising for the Elephants
1828: GOAL – Liberia 1-2 Nigeria
Ike Uche puts the Super Eagles in front from the penalty spot. What a start to this game!
1826: GOAL – Liberia 1-1 Nigeria
Real Betis man Nosa Igiebor with the equaliser for the Super Eagles.
1822:GOAL – Liberia 1-0 Nigeria
1821: GOAL – Mali 2-0 Botswana
Mahamadou Ndiaye extends the lead for the Eagles as the Zebras continue to chase shadows
1816: Second half underway in Praia where Cameroon need to pull some rabbits out of the hat. Fast. Cape Verde lead 1-0.
1814: GOAL – Sudan 3-2 Ethiopia
1813: Sierra Leone 1-1 TunisiaGOAL
Gharbi Fateh equalises for the Carthage Eagles at the start of the second half.
A pleasant scoreline if you are a Sudanese fan but nothing funny from an Ethiopian perspective. The Nile Crocodiles have dominated the match and are good value for their lead.
Lille striker Salomon Kalou proves his worth once again to the Ivorian cause with the equaliser of what is turning out to be a thrilling contest in Abidjan.
1738: GOAL – Ivory Coast 0-1 Senegal
Dame Ndoye puts the Teranga Lions in front with a madnificent goal. It’s only the second goal the Elephants have conceded at home in the last seven years.
1737: GOAL – Sudan 3-1 Ethiopia
Musab Umar scores from a free kick and the Nile Crocodiles seem to be on their way to victory.
1734: Half-Time – Sierra Leone 1-0 Tunisia
The Leone Stars holding their own in front of their own fans. But there’s still plenty of football to be played in Freetown.
The referee blows the full time whistle in Accra and the Black Stars will take a two-goal cushion to Blantyre for the second.
Muhammad Bashir restores Sudan’s lead within seconds of the Ethiopian equaliser
1718: GOAL – Sudan 1-1 Ethiopia
Getana breaches the home defence and brings Ethiopia right back into the game
A second booking for Sangala means he is off and Malawi are reduced to 10 men.
GOAL – Sudan 1-0 Ethiopia
Mudather El Tayeb Karika scores for the home side. Great start for the Nile Crocodiles.
1705: “Good result, satisfied with boys performance. Thought we controlled the match throughout. Pity we couldnt convert 1 of the 3 clear chances.” Football Association of Zambia president Kalusha Bwalya.
GOAL – Sierra Leone 1-0 Tunisia
Azerbaijan-based Sheriff Suma gives Sierra Leone the lead after just seven minutes in Freetown as his left-foot shot whistles past the Tunisian goalkeeper.
1651: Double substitution for Malawi in Accra; Peter Wadabwa and Frank Banda are off, replaced by Robin Ngalande and Gabadinhou Mhango respectively.
GOAL!!! – Ghana 2-0 Malawi
Anthony Annan doubles the Black Stars lead, much to the relief of the fans at the Accra Sports Stadium.
A tale of two strikers as it ends all square in Libreville. Veteran Daniel Cousin thought he had secured victory for the home side only for the returning Emmanuel Adebayor to equalise. Second leg in Lome should be very interesting.
Half-Time – Ghana 1-0 Malawi
GOAL!!! – Gabon 1-1 Togo
Emmanuel Adebayor equalises for the Hawks in Libreville. Game on!
Veteran striker Daniel Cousin breaks the deadlock in Libreville as he puts the home side in front with a powerful header deep in the second half.
The Central African Republic’s Tago Gervais and Charles Kabore of Burkina Faso are yellow carded for foul play in Bangui. The home team still leads 1-0.
Chris Atsu gives Black Stars a flying start. Could be a long afternoon for the Flames in Accra.
And they are underway in Accra as Ghana host Malawi.
The return of Emmanuel Adebayor may have galvanised the Hawks but they are struggling to break down a stubborn Gabonese defence.
Not sure that Zambia coach Herve Renard will be too pleased with this scoreline, but he’s always made the point that his team performs better away from home. The second leg promises to be a real cracker.
Cameroon line-up: Idriss Carlos Kameni, Georges Mandjeck, Aurelien Chedjou, Nicolas Nkoulou, Henri Bedimo, Alexandre Song, Stéphane Mbia, Landry Nguemo, Benjamin Moukandjo, Choupo Moting, Yannick Ndjeng
Gabon v Togo is underway in Libreville. Emmanuel Adebayor start for the Hawks on his return to the team but will he deliver the goals to revive Togolese football? We will find out in the next 90 minutes.
GOAL!!! – Zambia 1-0 Uganda
Captain Christopher Katongo scores in the 20th minute after tapping in a long throw in from Davies Nkausu. The Uganda defence was caught off guard.
Zambia v Uganda is underway in Ndola…
I’m hearing that it has been raining heavily in Monrovia and the pitch is not looking good for Liberia v Nigeria. I rather suspect the pitch will be the same for both teams!
1227: Today’s Fixtures
1300: Zambia v Uganda
1400: CAR v Burkina Faso
1430: Gabon v Togo
1600: Liberia v Nigeria
1630: Ghana v Malawi
1630: Sierra Leone v Tunisia
1700: Mali v Botswana
1700: Cape Verde v Cameroon
1700: Sudan v Ethiopia
1700: Ivory Coast v Senegal
1158: Cape Verde v Cameroon kick off time changed from 1500 to 1700 GMT.
Hello and welcome to our coverage of the final round of qualifiers for next year’s Africa Cup of Nations finals in South Africa. We will take you through every slice of the action with Zambia, Cameroon, Nigeria, Ghana and Ivory Coast all in action
Fixtures and results of the qualifying campaign for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations finals in South Africa.
South Africa qualify for the tournament as hosts.
- 07-09/09/12: Mali v Botswana
- 12-14/10/12: Botswana v Mali
- 07-09/09/12: Zimbabwe v Angola
- 12-14/10/12: Angola v Zimbabwe
- 07-09/09/12: Ghana v Malawi
- 12-14/10/12: Malawi v Ghana
- 07-09/09/12: Liberia v Nigeria
- 12-14/10/12: Nigeria v Liberia
- 07-09/09/12: Zambia v Uganda
- 12-14/10/12: Uganda v Zambia
- 07-09/09/12: Cape Verde v Cameroon
- 12-14/10/12: Cameroon v Cape Verde
- 07-09/09/12: Mozambique v Morocco
- 12-14/10/12: Morocco v Mozambique
- 07-09/09/12: Sierra Leone v Tunisia
- 12-14/10/12: Tunisia v Sierra Leone
- 07-09/09/12: Guinea v Niger
- 12-14/10/12: Niger v Guinea
- 07-09/09/12: Sudan v Ethiopia
- 12-14/10/12: Ethiopia v Sudan
- 07-09/09/12: Libya v Algeria
- 12-14/10/12: Algeria v Libya
- 07-09/09/12: Ivory Coast v Senegal
- 12-14/10/12: Senegal v Ivory Coast
- 07-09/09/12: DR Congo v Equatorial Guinea
- 12-14/10/12: Equatorial Guinea v DR Congo
- 07-09/09/12: Gabon v Togo
- 12-14/10/12: Togo v Gabon
- 07-09/09/12: Burkina Faso v Central African Republic
- 12-14/10/12: Central African Republic v Burkina Faso
- 29/02/12: Ethiopia 0-0 Benin
- 15-17/06/12: Benin 1-1 Ethiopia
Ethiopia go through on away goals after the tie ended 1-1 on aggregate
- 29/02/12: Rwanda 0-0 Nigeria
- 16/06/12: Nigeria 2-0 Rwanda
Nigeria win 2-0 on aggregate
- 29/02/12: Congo Brazzaville 3-1 Uganda
- 16/06/12: Uganda 4-0 Congo Brazzaville
Uganda win 5-3 on aggregate
- 29/02/12: Burundi 2-1 Zimbabwe
- 17/06/12: Zimbabwe 1-0 Burundi
Zimbabwe go through on away goals after the tie ended 2-2 on aggregate
- 29/02/12: The Gambia 1-2 Algeria
- 15/06/12: Algeria 4-1 The Gambia
Algeria win 6-2 on aggregate
- 29/02/12: Kenya 2-1 Togo
- 15-17/06/12: Togo 1-0 Kenya
Togo go through on away goals after the tie ended 2-2 on aggregate
- 29/02/12: Guinea Bissau 0-1 Cameroon
- 16/06/12: Cameroon 1-0 Guinea Bissau
Cameroon win 2-0 on aggregate
- 29/02/12: Chad 3-2 Malawi
- 16/06/12: Malawi 2-0 Chad
Malawi win 4-3 on aggregate
- 29/02/12: Tanzania 1-1 Mozambique
- 15-17/06/12: Mozambique 1-1 Tanzania
Mozambique go through 8-7 on penalties after the tie ended 2-2 on aggregate and level on away goals
- 15/06/12: Egypt 2-3 CAR
- 30/06/12: CAR 1-1 Egypt
CAR go through 4-3 on aggregate
- 29/02/12: Madagascar 0-4 Cape Verde
- 15-17/06/12: Cape Verde 3-1 Madagascar
Cape Verde go through 7-1 on aggregate
- 29/02/12: Liberia 1-0 Namibia
- 15-17/06/12: Namibia 0-0 Liberia
Liberia go through 1-0 on aggregate
- 29/02/12: Sao Tome 2-1 Sierra Leone
- 16/06/12: Sierra Leone 4-2 Sao Tome
Sierra Leone go through 5-4 on aggregate
- 29/02/12: Seychelles 0-4 DR Congo
- 15-17/06/12: DR Congo 3-0 Seychelles
DR Congo go through 7-0 on aggregate
- 15/01/12: Sao Tome 1-0 Lesotho
- 22/01/12: Lesotho 0-0 Sao Tome
Sao Tome advance 1-0 on aggregate
- 06-08/01/12: Seychelles – Swaziland
Seychelles advance after Swaziland withdrew
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