delicious posters for the quarterfinals

delicious posters for the quarterfinals

delicious posters for the quarterfinals

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The Algeria-Ivory Coast clash and the Senegal-Mauritania derby are the main signs of the CHAN 2023 quarterfinals. Without any surviving team from the quarterfinals of the last edition, Morocco’s succession, lost, is more how open

Cameroon was the last country to validate its ticket for the CHAN 2023 quarterfinals on Tuesday against Niger (?-?). The Indomitables secured the point that allows them to finish on top of group E and earn the only ticket for this group of three. Alioum Saïdou’s men will take on Ghana on Saturday, January 28 at 7pm UT for the final quarterfinals.

Niger was the last country to validate its ticket to the CHAN 2023 quarterfinals on Tuesday by achieving the feat against Cameroon (1-0). Harouna Doula’s men showered the Cameroonian favorites by scoring their goal in the 71st minute. A victory that allows them to finish top of group E and clinch the only ticket for this group of three. The Menas will face Ghana on Saturday, January 28 (7 pm UT) for the final quarterfinals.

Before, on Friday the 27th (17:00 UT), all eyes will be on the Baraki stadium in Algiers where the Fennecs will face the Ivory Coast Elephants for the first quarterfinals. In their lair where they have filled with three victories in three games, Madjid Bougherra’s men have the favor of the forecasts against the Ivorians with an irregular course. In fact, the local Elephants started with a loss against Senegal (0-1), then a draw against DR Congo (0-0), before beating Uganda (3-1) on the last day, suddenly achieving a qualification almost unexpected.

Algeria thus advances with more confidence in their game, in their defensive solidity and, above all, they will be able to count on the 40,000 followers of Baraki’s Nelson-Mandela sat that will fill as in the opening match. CAF, which was seeking to give a second life to CHAN, which was losing popularity, found the right vein in Algeria.

The African football body will even be able to promote the Senegal-Mauritania match on Friday at 7:00 p.m., a derby that the fans are looking forward to. Senegal, which is playing only its third CHAN, seems to benefit from the dynamics of the Leones de la Primera team, African champions a year ago. the men of Papa Thiaw He left a good feeling in the first round despite the defeat, contrary to the order of the day, (0-1) against Uganda. Mauritania, for its part, celebrated its first qualification to the quarterfinals at CHAN, after two failed attempts. The Mourabitounes, led by their new coach, the Comorian Amir Abou, also in charge of the A team, do not want to stay there after having released the last finalist of the competition (Mali).

Finally, the last quarterfinal between Madagascar and Mozambique will face two outsiders who upset the forecasts in the first round. The Malagasy had the luxury of beating Ghana (2-1) and Sudan (3-0) with the way. Mozambicans managed to finish behind Algeria after having notably disposed of Libya, the starter in 2014.

The quarterfinal table

January 27: Algeria-Ivory Coast, 4:00 p.m. in Baraki / Senegal-Mauritania, 7:00 p.m. in Annaba

January 28: Madagascar-Mozambique, 4:00 p.m. in Constantine/Niger – Ghana, 7:00 p.m. in Oran

CHAN 2023: schedule and results of the African Nations Football Championship

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