Catch up with highlights from the last round of group fixtures at the Afcon, where Ghana crashed out after their shock defeat to Comoros, while Morocco and Senegal finish at the top of their respective groups on Tuesday evening.
Morocco eased into the knockout phase of the Africa Cup of Nations on Friday but fellow title contenders Senegal again laboured in front of goal as they were held by Guinea, while chaotic scenes followed Ghana’s 1-1 draw with Gabon.
Catch up with the highlights from day 2 at Afcon where Senegal and Morocco got their campaigns up and running with 1-0 wins over Zimbabwe and Ghana respectively, while Guinea beat Malawi 1-0 and Gabon also edged the Comoros by a single goal.
Sofiane Boufal scored on 83 minutes to earn Morocco a 1-0 win over Ghana in Yaounde on Monday after the first clash of titans in the Africa Cup of Nations.
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