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Egypt beats Cameroon 3-1, to face Algeria in semi-finals.
Egypt beats Cameroon 3-1, to face Algeria in semi-finals.
Africa eagerly awaits the play-off.
CAIRO: Egypt struck twice in the final five minutes of Monday’s quarterfinal match in Angola to book their place in the final four of the African Cup of Nations.
Tuesday, January 26,2010 21:34
by Joseph Mayton BM&Ikhwanweb
tags: Cameroon / Algeria / Angola / African Cup / Algerian Embassy / Khartoum / Egypt
Posted in Other Issues  
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