Guinea misses the mark

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While Guinea held on to the victory that opened the doors to the quarter-finals this Saturday, January 23, in Limbé in the shock at the top of Group D, local Syli was caught on the lead at the end of the meeting of Zambia (1 -1).

The second day of the group stage of CHAN 2020 ends this Saturday with Group D. And for the first meeting of the day, Zambia and Guinea faced each other in Limbé. Both teams went well into the tournament by winning their first match. Zambia had beaten Tanzania (2-0) and Guinea had offered a victory against Namibia (3-0).

In the second half, Guinea took the lead with a goal from Victor Kantabadouno in the 58th minute. Zambia then hung up the carts and leveled in the 87th minute with a goal from Spencer Sautu as Guinea came under increasing Zambian attack.

This draw is a disappointment for Guinea, who dominate in terms of possession, who could hope for a qualification for the quarter-finals in case of victory.

The two teams remain in the lead of the group, but regardless of the result of Namibia-Tanzania, they played in the evening.


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