jueves, 8 de enero de 2015

COPA ÁFRICA 2002

2002 COPA ÁFRICA – MALI


CAMPEÓN . CAMERÚN
FINAL : CAMERÚN 0 X 0 SENEGAL , EN PENALES 3 A 2
DT WILFRIED SCHAFER
PAISES PARTICIPANTES : 16
GOLEADORES : PATRICK MBOMA (CAMERÚN), RENÉ SALOMÓN OLEMBE (CAMERÚN) Y JULIUS AGAHOWA (NIGERIA) 3 GOLES
MEJOR JUGADOR : RIGOBERT SONG (CAMERÚN)


Durante la redemocratización de Mali Alpha Oumar Konaré ocupo el poder por 10 años, su sucesor fue Amadou Toumani Toure uno de los lideres que hizo caer a Moussa Traore y posibilito la apertura politica de Mali vivida en la decáda del 90

AMADOU TOUMANI TOURE PRESIDENTE DE MALÍ


Qualifying Tournament
Cameroon qualify as holders
Mali qualify as hosts
Preliminary Round
byes: Algeria, Egypt, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Tunisia
[quarterfinalists in 2000]


Guinea Bissau w/o Morocco
[Guinea Bissau withdrew]


1- 7-00 Banjul Gambia 2-2 Guinea
[Abdoulie Corr 31pen, 44pen; Diane Talfour 39, Souleymane Yula 87]
16- 7-00 Conakry Guinea 2-0 Gambia
[Titi Camara 8, Souleymane Youla 90]


2- 7-00 Malabo Equat. Guinea 0-1 Angola
[Isaac 72]
16- 7-00 Luanda Angola 4-1 Equatorial Guinea
[Paulao 14, Akwa 18, Mendonca 83, Isaac 88 - Mba Casiano 33]


3- 7-00 Praia Cape Verde 1-0 Liberia
[Antonio Duarte]
16- 7-00 Monrovia Liberia 3-0 Cape Verde
[George Weah 3, 77, Alex Brown 71]


30- 6-00 Nouakchott Mauritania 0-0 Burkina Faso
16- 7-00 Ouagadougou Burkina Faso 3-0 Mauritania
[Omar Barro 23, 71, Manga Diabate 76]


20- 8-00 Freetown Sierra Leone 2-0 Togo
[Ibrahim Bah 33, Abu Kanu 51]
3- 9-00 Lomé Togo 2-0 Sierra Leone [4-2 pen]
[Kader Kougbadja-Toure 26, Tadjou Salou 60pen]


2- 7-00 Cotonou Benin 2-0 Namibia
[Leon Bessan 46, Moussa Latoundji 50]
15- 7-00 Windhoek Namibia 8-2 Benin
[Robert Nauseb 4, Silvester Goraseb 8, 20, 36,
Razundura Tjikuzu 25, 43, Quinton Jacobs 31pen,
Colin Benjamin 77; Eric Assouma 6, 12]


2- 7-00 Niamey Niger 0-1 Ivory Coast
[Harouna Dindane 55]
[originally scheduled for 1-7-00 but match officials
from Ghana failed to arrive in time]
16- 7-00 Abidjan Ivory Coast 6-0 Niger
[Bamba Siaka 9, Serge Alain Yoffou 42, 65, 68,
Venance Zeze 77, Zephirin Zoko 84]


1- 7-00 São Tomé Sao Tome e Pr. 1-1 Gabon
[Touga 5; Tounbouha 12]
15- 7-00 Libreville Gabon 4-1 Sao Tome e Principe
[Etienne Bito'o 17, 21, 70, Valery Ondo 50; Amilcar 88]


2- 7-00 Bangui Central Africa 1-1 Congo-Kinshasa
[Nazaire Malo 25; Jean-Jacques Yemweni 12]
16- 7-00 Kinshasa Congo-Kinshasa 2-0 Central African Republic
[Jean-Jacques Yemweni 6, Janson Mayele 82]


2- 7-00 Sudan 5-1 Eritrea
[Khalid Bakheit 4, James Joseph 11, Mohamed Musa 54,
Hisham Seeni 56, Amir Mustafa 86; Basili Abraham 6]
15- 7-00 Asmara Eritrea 2-1 Sudan
[Fassil Abreha 33, Yonekachew Shimangus 45; Samson Rtshard 66]


2- 7-00 Kigali Rwanda 2-1 Congo-Brazzaville
16- 7-00 Pointe-Noire Congo-Brazzav. 5-1 Rwanda
[Lebali Eder 6, Goma Amoros 8pen, Pedel Moyimouadeka 26,
Ngoma de Nanitelamio 61, Tsoumou Benis 61; Mayele 80]


30- 6-00 Djibouti Djibouti 1-3 Burundi
[C.Kongolo 47og; N'Dayiragije 30, K.Kongolo 40, Mossi 74]
15- 7-00 Bujumbura Burundi 1-0 Djibouti
[Damas Amuyali 34]


1- 7-00 Gaborone Botswana 1-0 Madagascar
[Diphethogo Selolwane 25]
15- 7-00 Antananarivo Madagascar 2-0 Botswana
[H. Randriannaivo 3, C. Ralaitafika 48]


30- 6-00 N'Djamena (?) Chad 3-1 Libya
[Loko Lokossinbaye (2?), ?; A. Al-Hammali]
14- 7-00 Tripoli Libya 3-1 Chad
[T. Al-Taeb, N. Al-Terhouni, A. Al-Masli; Loko Lokossinbaye?]
Libya won 8-7 on penalties


2- 7-00 Addis Abeba Ethiopia 1-0 Zambia
[Sentayhu Getachew 34]
15- 7-00 Lusaka Zambia 2-0 Ethiopia
[Bernard Makufi 2, Gift Kampamba 67]


1- 7-00 Victoria Seychelles 0-1 Zimbabwe
[Mwaruwari 35]
16- 7-00 Bulawayo Zimbabwe 5-0 Seychelles
[Luke Petros (2), Blessing Makunike, Peter Ndlovu,
Nqobizitha Ncube]


1- 7-00 Dar-es-Salaam Tanzania 0-1 Mauritius
[Naboh 57]
16- 7-00 Curepipe Mauritius 3-2 Tanzania
[Sebastian Bax 77, Tony Francois 79, Christopher Perle 88;
Cassim Tembele 24, Ntese Lungu 28]


1- 7-00 Kampala Uganda 3-1 Malawi
[Hassan Mubiru 3, Magumba 14, Mukasa 52; Chitsulo 89]
15- 7-00 Blantyre Malawi 1-2 Uganda
[E. Mtawali 51; Hassan Mubiru 30, Musisi 81]


2- 7-00 Maseru Lesotho 1-0 Mozambique
[Teele Ntsonyana 85]
16- 7-00 Maputo Mozambique 1-0 Lesotho
[Dario 82]
Lesotho won 3-2 on penalties


2- 7-00 Mbabane Swaziland 3-2 Kenya
[D. Dlamini 43, 75pen, M. Dlamini 56; Otieno 38,
Mike Okoth 86]
15- 7-00 Nairobi Kenya 3-0 Swaziland
[Bernard Onyango 19, Mike Okoth 78, Sammy Simiyu 83]
Group 1
2- 9-00 Lagos Nigeria 4-0 Namibia
[Victor Ikpeba 39, 73, 88, Pascal Ojigwe 55]
2- 9-00 Lusaka Zambia 1-2 Madagascar
[Dennis Lota 34; Jean Natal 42, Hary Randrianaivo 75]
7-10-00 Antananarivo Madagascar 0-0 Nigeria
8-10-00 Windhoek Namibia 1-2 Zambia
[Mukoya 9; Chanda Mwape 80, Chipata (Mpeta?) 81]
13- 1-01 Lagos Nigeria 1-0 Zambia
[Victor Agali 33]
[fan shot dead ahead of match by policeman during scramble for
promotional gifts]
13- 1-01 Windhoek Namibia 2-2 Madagascar
[Johannes Hindjou 77, George Hummel 89; Hary Randrainaivo 33,
Jean-Louis Ratsimialona 44]
24- 3-01 Chingola Zambia 1-1 Nigeria
[Isaac Okoronowo 42og; Benedict Akwuegbu 30]
24- 3-01 Antananarivo Madagascar 1-2 Namibia
[Ruphin Menakely 30; Michael Pienaar 5, Floris Dieergardt 10]
2- 6-01 Chingola Zambia 0-0 Namibia
2- 6-01 Benin City Nigeria 1-0 Madagascar
[Benedict Akwuegbu 4]
16- 6-01 Windhoek Namibia 0-2 Nigeria
[Yakubu Aiyegbeni 89, Ishola Shaibu 90]
16- 6-01 Antananarivo Madagascar 0-1 Zambia
[Mishek Lungu 13]


1.NIGERIA 6 4 2 0 9- 1 14
2.ZAMBIA 6 2 2 2 5- 5 8
3.Madagascar 6 1 2 3 5- 7 5
4.Namibia 6 1 2 3 5-11 5
JULIUS AGHAHOWA (NIGERIA)


Group 2
3- 9-00 Monrovia Liberia 4-0 Mauritius
[Roberts Zizi 25, James Debbah 47, 79, Kelvin Lebwe ?]
3- 9-00 Pointe Noire Congo-Brazzav. 1-2 South Africa
[Rolf-Christel Guie-Mien 70pen; Thabo Mngomeni 21,
Bradley August 59]
8-10-00 Curepipe Mauritius 1-2 Congo-Brazzaville
[Jean Marc Ithier 47; Rolf Guie-Mien 27, Chimbakala (Guie-Mien?) 29]
16-12-00 Johannesburg South Africa 2-1 Liberia
[Shaun Bartlett 49, Phil Masinga 73; Prince Daye 80]
13- 1-01 Bellevue Mauritius 1-1 South Africa
[Pascal Francois 60pen; Delron Buckley 43]
14- 1-01 Monrovia Liberia 5-1 Congo-Brazzaville
[James Debbah 23, 60, Oliver Makor 30, Zizi Roberts 51,
Prince Daye 62: Congo scorer (1st half) unknown]
24- 3-01 Pt. Elizabeth South Africa 3-0 Mauritius
[Benedict McCarthy 4, Alfred Phiri 14, Sibusiso Zuma 20]
25- 3-01 Pointe Noire Congo-Brazzav. 0-1 Liberia
[Prince Daye 62]
3- 6-01 Pointe Noire Congo-Brazzav. 0-0 Mauritius
3- 6-01 Monrovia Liberia 1-1 South Africa
[Oliver Makor 48pen; Andrew Rabutla 39]
16- 6-01 Bellevue Mauritius 0-2 Liberia
[Isaac Tondo 1, 61]
17- 6-01 Durban South Africa 0-0 Congo-Brazzaville


1.LIBERIA 6 4 1 1 14- 4 13
2.SOUTH AFRICA 6 3 3 0 9- 4 12
3.Congo-Brazzaville 6 1 2 3 4- 9 5
4.Mauritius 6 0 2 4 2-12 2

Group 3
2- 9-00 Libreville Gabon 2-0 Morocco
[Guy-Roger Nzeng 38, Etienne Bito'o 56]
3- 9-00 Nairobi Kenya 0-0 Tunisia
7-10-00 Tunis Tunisia 4-2 Gabon
[Jaziri 3, Jaidi 42, Gabsi 58, Thabet 75; Moubamba 14, Bito’o 25]
8-10-00 Casablanca Morocco 1-0 Kenya
[Youssef Chippo 43]
13- 1-01 Tunis Tunisia 0-1 Morocco
[Abdeljelil Hadda Camacho 49]
13- 1-01 Nairobi Kenya 2-1 Gabon
[Bonaventure Maruti 16, Robert Mambo 72; Etienne Bitoo 12]
24- 3-01 Rabat Morocco 2-0 Tunisia
[Youssef Chippo 20, Hadda 60]
SALAHEDDINE BASSIR (MARRUECOS)

24- 3-01 Libreville Gabon 1-1 Kenya
[Valery Ondo 67pen; Sammy Wanyanyi 85]
2- 6-01 Nairobi Kenya 1-1 Morocco
[Michael Okoth 5; Salleh Eddine Bassir 43]
2- 6-01 Libreville Gabon 1-1 Tunisia
[Daniel Cousin 57; Jelassi 67]
16- 6-01 Fès Morocco 0-1 Gabon
[Due Nguema 43]
17- 6-01 Tunis Tunisia 4-1 Kenya
[Ali Zitouni 33, 62, Ziad Jaziri 42, 44; Mulama Simon 61]
JAIDI (TÚNEZ)


1.MOROCCO 6 3 1 2 5- 4 10
2.TUNISIA 6 2 2 2 9- 7 8
3.Gabon 6 2 2 2 8- 8 8
4.Kenya 6 1 3 2 5- 8 6
ZITA BRUNO MBANANGOYE (GABÓN)


Group 4
3- 9-00 Bujumbura Burundi 0-0 Angola
3- 9-00 Algiers Algeria 1-1 Burkina Faso
[Abdelhafid Tasfaout 62; Mamadou Zongo 52]
7-10-00 Ouagadougou Burkina Faso 1-0 Burundi
[Ousmane Sanou 52]
8-10-00 Luanda Angola 2-2 Algeria
[Souza 52, Mendonca 66; Tasfaout 10, 26]
12- 1-01 Algiers Algeria 2-1 Burundi
[Mehdi Meniri 6, Abdelhafid Tasfaout 45; Masbi Jamamassi 60]
13- 1-01 Ouagadougou Burkina Faso 1-0 Angola
[Mamadou Zongo 38]
25- 3-01 Bujumbura Burundi 0-1 Algeria
[Issaad Bourahli 17]
25- 3-01 Luanda Angola 2-0 Burkina Faso
[Quinzinho 44, Akwa 75]
1- 6-01 Annaba Algeria 3-2 Angola
[Rafik Saifi 6, 41pen, Mohamed Kherkhache 80; Djiberato 29,
Paulo Mendonca 60]
3- 6-01 Bujumbura Burundi 0-0 Burkina Faso
17- 6-01 Ouagadougou Burkina Faso 1-0 Algeria
[Seydou Traore 38]
17- 6-01 Cabinda Angola 2-1 Burundi
[Paulao 25, Flavio 52; Selemane 50]


1.ALGERIA 6 3 2 1 9- 7 11
2.BURKINA FASO 6 3 2 1 4- 3 11
3.Angola 6 2 2 2 8- 7 8
4.Burundi 6 0 2 4 2- 6 2

Group 5
2- 9-00 Kampala Uganda 3-1 Guinea [annulled]
[Hassan Mubiru 14, 31, Andrew Mukasa 77; Pascal Feindouno 44]
24- 9-00 Dakar Senegal 0-0 Togo
8-10-00 Lomé Togo 3-0 Uganda
[Tadjou Salou 29pen, Kossi Noutsoudjin 49, Kader Cougbadja-Toure 73]
8-10-00 Conakry Guinea 1-0 Senegal [annulled]
[Balde 59]
13- 1-01 Kampala Uganda 1-1 Senegal
[Mathias Kawesa 69; Thiaw Pape 6]
14- 1-01 Conakry Guinea 0-0 Togo [annulled]
24- 3-01 Dakar Senegal 3-0 Uganda
[El Hadj Diouf 18, 85, Henri Camara 40]
25- 3-01 Lomé Togo n/p Guinea
2- 6-01 Kampala Uganda 0-3 Togo
[Coubadja Kader 34, 70, Dogbe Kouadji 48]
3- 6-01 Dakar Senegal n/p Guinea
17- 6-01 Conakry Guinea n/p Uganda
17- 6-01 Lomé Togo 1-0 Senegal
[Kossi Nousoudjin 32]


1.TOGO 4 3 1 0 7- 0 10
2.SENEGAL 4 1 2 1 4- 2 5
3.Uganda 4 0 1 3 1-10 1
-.Guinea disqualified with 3 1 1 1 2- 3 4 record


NB: Guinea were excluded on March 19, 2001, after the Guinean sports minister
had failed to meet a third FIFA deadline to reinstall the Guinean FA
functionaries.

Group 6
3- 9-00 Harare Zimbabwe 3-2 Congo-Kinshasa
[Luke Petros 6, 73, Peter Ndlovu 22; Mayele Nono 29pen,
Kambamu Wakanyenkele 67]
3- 9-00 Maseru Lesotho 3-3 Ghana
[Seth Lephoto 47, Majara Masupha 49, Molefe Makhele 61;
Charles Amoah 27, Nawa Duah 80, 88]
8-10-00 Accra Ghana 4-1 Zimbabwe
[Stephen Appiah 28, Emmanuel Duah 42, Charles Amoah 48,
Charles Akunnor 78pen; Benjamin Mwarawan 47]
10-10-00 Kinshasa Congo-Kinshasa 1-1 Lesotho
[Moro Nvula 57; Mpakanyane 65]
14- 1-01 Bulawayo Zimbabwe 1-2 Lesotho
[Benjamin Mwaruwaru 21; Masupha Majara 40, Leholohnolo Seema 87pen]
14- 1-01 Kinshasa Congo-Kinshasa 2-1 Ghana
[Michel Dinsey 10, Mputu 13; Ayele Kwame 77]
24- 3-01 Maseru Lesotho 0-1 Zimbabwe
[Peter Ndlovu 88]
25- 3-01 Accra Ghana 3-0 Congo-Kinshasa
[Charles Allotey 17, 84, Stephen Appiah 49]
3- 6-01 Maseru Lesotho 0-0 Congo-Kinshasa
3- 6-01 Harare Zimbabwe 1-2 Ghana
[Wilfred Mugeyi 15; Princeton Owusu Ansah 39, Isaac Boakye 89]
17- 6-01 Kinshasa Congo-Kinshasa 2-1 Zimbabwe
[Bafwafwa 54, M. Seoul 55; ?]
17- 6-01 Kumasi Ghana 3-1 Lesotho
[Stephen Appiah 25, Baffour Gyan 31, Charles Amoah 37;
Ntronyona Teela 63]


1.GHANA 6 4 1 1 16- 8 13
2.CONGO-KINSHASA 6 2 2 2 7- 9 8
3.Lesotho 6 1 3 2 7- 9 6
4.Zimbabwe 6 2 0 4 8-12 6

Group 7
2- 9-00 Alexandria Egypt 1-0 Ivory Coast
[Sayed Abdel Hafiz 15]
10- 9-00 Tripoli Libya 1-0 Sudan
[Ezzedine Al-Masrati 44]
8-10-00 Khartoum Sudan 0-1 Egypt
[Hossam Hassan 22]
19-11-00 Abidjan Ivory Coast 2-1 Libya
[Bakayoko Ibrahim 17, Zephirin Zoko 87; Ahmed Masli 8]
14- 1-01 Cairo Egypt 4-0 Libya
[Ibrahim Hassan 27, Ahmed Hassan 47, 62, Abdelsattar Sabry 66pen]
20- 1-01 Bouaké Ivory Coast 2-0 Sudan
[Abdul Kader Keita 38, Zephirin Zoko 80]
23- 3-01 Benghazi Libya 2-0 Egypt
[Ahmed Abu Kubba 53, Ahmed Elmosly 65]
25- 3-01 Omdurman Sudan 0-0 Ivory Coast
3- 6-01 Cairo Egypt 3-2 Sudan
[Ahmed Hossam 20, 51, Ahmed Salah Hosni 58;
James Joseph 69, Farouk Gabra 89pen]
3- 6-01 Tripoli Libya 0-3 Ivory Coast
[Kader Keita 21, Ibrahima Bakayoko 31, Djah Ettien 67]
17- 6-01 Abidjan Ivory Coast 2-2 Egypt
[Ibrahim Bakayoko 70pen, Nader El Sayed 83og;
Ahmed Salah 56, Ibrahim Said 84]
17- 6-01 Khartoum Sudan 1-0 Libya
[Edward Gildo 45]


1.EGYPT 6 4 1 1 11- 6 13
2.IVORY COAST 6 3 2 1 9- 4 11
3.Libya 6 2 0 4 4-10 6
4.Sudan 6 1 1 4 3- 7 4


Final Tournament (Mali)
Cameroon qualified as holders. Mali as hosts.


Venues: Bamako, Ségou, Mopti, Sikasso and Kayès.
CEREMONIA INAUGURAL - MALI 2002


Group A
19- 1-02 Bamako Mali 1-1 Liberia
[Seydou Keita 87; George Weah 45]
DIARRA DE MALI ENFRENTANDO A LIBERIA

21- 1-02 Bamako Algeria 0-1 Nigeria
[Julius Aghahowa 43]
24- 1-02 Bamako Mali 0-0 Nigeria
25- 1-02 Bamako Liberia 2-2 Algeria
[Prince Daye 7, Kelvin Sebwe 75; Nassim Akrour 45,
Nasseredine Kraouche 90]
28- 1-02 Bamako Mali 2-0 Algeria
[Mamadou Bagayoko 18, Bassala Touré 24]
28- 1-02 Mopti Liberia 0-1 Nigeria
[Julius Aghahowa 63]


1.NIGERIA 3 2 1 0 2- 0 7
2.MALI 3 1 2 0 3- 1 5
3.Liberia 3 0 2 1 3- 4 2
4.Algeria 3 0 1 2 2- 5 1


Group B
20- 1-02 Ségou South Africa 0-0 Burkina Faso
21- 1-02 Ségou Morocco 0-0 Ghana
24- 1-02 Ségou South Africa 0-0 Ghana
26- 1-02 Ségou Burkina Faso 1-2 Morocco
[Moumouni Dagano 58; Hichem Zerouali 23, 85]
30- 1-02 Ségou South Africa 3-1 Morocco
[Sibusiso Zuma 42, Thabo Mngomeni 48,
Siyabonga Nomvete 51; Rachid Benmahmoud 77pen]
30- 1-02 Mopti Burkina Faso 1-2 Ghana
[Amadou Traoré 81; Isaac Boakye 90, 90+2]


1.SOUTH AFRICA 3 1 2 0 3- 1 5
2.GHANA 3 1 2 0 2- 1 5
3.Morocco 3 1 1 1 3- 4 4
4.Burkina Faso 3 0 1 2 2- 4 1


Group C
20- 1-02 Sikasso Cameroon 1-0 Congo-Kinshasa
[Patrick Mboma 40]
21- 1-02 Sikasso Togo 0-0 Ivory Coast
25- 1-02 Sikasso Cameroon 1-0 Ivory Coast
[Patrick Mboma 85]
26- 1-02 Sikasso Congo-Kinshasa 0-0 Togo
29- 1-02 Sikasso Cameroon 3-0 Togo
[Lucien Mettomo 52, Samuel Eto'o 80, Salomon Olembé 89]
29- 1-02 Kayès Congo-Kinshasa 3-1 Ivory Coast
[Yves Yuvuladio 28, Shabani Nonda 66,
Papy Kimoto 80pen; Kandia Traoré 86]


1.CAMEROON 3 3 0 0 5- 0 9
2.CONGO-KINSHASA 3 1 1 1 3- 2 4
3.Togo 3 0 2 1 0- 3 2
4.Ivory Coast 3 0 1 2 1- 4 1
SHABANI NONDA (CONGO)


Group D
20- 1-02 Bamako Egypt 0-1 Senegal
[Lamine Diatta 82]
21- 1-02 Bamako Zambia 0-0 Tunisia
25- 1-02 Bamako Egypt 1-0 Tunisia
[Hazem Emam 23]
26- 1-02 Bamako Senegal 1-0 Zambia
[Souleymane Camara 90]
31- 1-02 Bamako Egypt 2-1 Zambia
[Ahmed Hossam 35, Hazem Emam 53; Gift Kampamba 89]
31- 1-02 Kayès Senegal 0-0 Tunisia
RADHI JAIDI (TÚNEZ)


1.SENEGAL 3 2 1 0 2- 0 7
2.EGYPT 3 2 0 1 3- 2 6
3.Tunisia 3 0 2 1 0- 1 2
4.Zambia 3 0 1 2 1- 3 1
SENEGAL 2002 



Quarterfinals
3- 2-02 Kayès South Africa 0-2 Mali
[Bassala Touré 60, Dramane Coulibaly 90]
BASSALA TOURE (MALI)

3- 2-02 Bamako Nigeria 1-0 Ghana
[Garba Lawal 80]
NIGERIA X GHANA - OKOCHA Y MENSAH EN LA JUGADA

4- 2-02 Sikasso Cameroon 1-0 Egypt
[Patrick Mboma 62]
CAMERÚN X EGIPTO - SAMUEL ETO´O CON EL BALÓN

4- 2-02 Bamako Senegal 2-0 Congo-Kinshasa
[Salif Diao 30, El Hadj Ousseynou Diouf 86]


Semifinals
7- 2-02 Bamako Senegal 2-1 Nigeria [aet]
[Pape Bouba Diop 54, Salif Diao 97; Julius Aghahowa 88]
HÁBIL Y VELOZ - EL HADJI DIOUF (SENEGAL)

7- 2-02 Bamako Mali 0-3 Cameroon
[Salomon Olembé 39, 45, Marc-Vivien Foe 84]
MARC VIVIEN FOE ANOTÓ EL TERCER GOL DE CAMERÚN EN SEMIFINALES


Third Place Match
9- 2-02 Mopti Mali 0-1 Nigeria
[Yakubu Aiyegbeni 29]


Final

10- 2-02 Bamako Cameroon 0-0 Senegal [aet, 3-2 pen]
Final
[32] 10/02/2002 Bamako (March 26th stadium) Attendance: 50,000
CAMEROON – SENEGAL : 0-0 aet (3-2 on penalties)
Referees: Gamal Mahmoud Ahmed El Ghandour (EGY); Farag Wahig (EGY), Brighton Mudzamiri (ZIM)
Penalties sequence: P.Wome (0-0, saved), F.Coly (0-1), P.Suffo (1-1), K.Fadiga (1-2), L.Etame-Mayer (2-2), A.Faye (2-2, saved), G.Njitap (3-2), E.Diouf (3-2, missed), R.Song (3-2, saved), A.Cisse (3-2, saved)
Booked: M.Foe 23, B.Tchato 60, S.Eto’o 62; H.Camara 88, E.Diouf 90(+2), F.Coly 95


Cameroon: 1-A.Boukar; 5-R.Kalla, 4-R.Song, 2-B.Tchato, 8-G.Njitap, 12-L.Etame-Mayer, 17-M.Foe, 20-S.Olembe, 3-P.Wome, 11-P.Ndiefi (19-P.Suffo 105), 9-S.Eto’o
Senegal: 1-T.Sylva; 17-F.Coly, 13-L.Diatta, 6-A.Cisse, 2-O.Daf, 22-A.Ndiaye (14-M.Ndiaye 46), 15-S.Diao, 19-P.B.Diop (12-A.Faye 91), 10-K.Fadiga, 7-H.Camara (9-S.Camara 106), 11-E.Diouf

CAMERÚN X SENEGAL , SAMUEL ETO´O EN ACCIÓN

Top scorers

SALOMÓN OLEMBE (CAMERÚN) UNO DE LOS GOLEADORES 

3-P.Mboma, S.Olembe (both Cameroon), J.Aghahowa (Nigeria)
2-H.Emam (Egypt), I.Boakye (Ghana), B.Toure (Mali), H.Zerouali (Morocco), S.Diao (Senegal)
1-N.Akrour, N.Kraouche (both Algeria), M.Dagano, A.Traore (both Burkina Faso), S.Eto’o, M.Foe, L.Mettomo (all Cameroon), P.Kimoto, S.Nonda, Y.Yuvuladio (all DR Congo), A.Hossam (Egypt), K.Traore (Ivory Coast), P.Daye, K.Sebwe, G.Weah (all Liberia), M.Bagayoko, Dr.Coulibaly, S.Keita (all Mali), R.Benmahmoud (Morocco), Y.Aiyegbeni, G.Lawal (both Nigeria), S.Camara, L.Diatta, E.Diouf, P.B.Diop (all Senegal), T.Mngomeni, S.Nomvete, S.Zuma (all South Africa), G.Kampamba (Zambia)


48 goals scored – average: 1,5 goal/match




Best 11 of the CAN
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Goalkeeper: Tony Mario SYLVA (Senegal)
Defenders: Sibusiso ZUMA (South Africa), Taribo WEST (Nigeria), Rigoberg SONG Bahanag (Cameroon), Ifeanyi UDEZE (Nigeria)
Midfielders: Hany RAMZY (Egypt), Seydou KEITA (Mali), Rafik SAIFI (Algeria)
Forwards: Patrick Henri MBOMA Dem (Cameroon), Julius AGHAHOWA (Nigeria), El-Hadji Ousseynou DIOUF (Senegal)
Reserve
Goalkeeper: Alioum BOUKAR (Cameroon)
Defenders: Radhi JAIDI (Tunisia), Geremi Sorelle Fotso NJITAP (Cameroon)
Midfielders: Salif Alassane DIAO (Senegal), Hazem EMAM (Egypt)
Forwards: Bassala TOURE (Mali), Abdel Kader KEITA (Ivory Coast)
RAFIK SAIFI (ARGELIA) EN EL EQUIPO IDEAL DE MALI 2002

RIGOBERT SONG (CAMERÚN)

TARIBO WEST (NIGERIA) EL OTRO ZAGUERO DEL EQUIPO IDEAL DE LA CAN 2002

PLANTEL CAMPEÓN . CAMERÚN
CAMEROON
1. G Alioum BOUKAR 03.01.72 Samsunspor (TUR)
2. D Bill Mbiayi TCHATO 14.05.75 Montpellier HSC (FRA)
3. D Pierre WOME NLEND 26.03.79 Bologna (ITA)
4. D Rigobert SONG Bahanag 01.07.76 FC Köln (GER)
5. D Raymond KALLA NKONGO 22.04.75 Estramadura (SPA)
6. M Jean II DIKA DIKA 04.06.79 Uniao de Lamas (POR)
7. M Joseph Cyrille NDO 28.04.76 Al-Kahalees (ARS)
8. D Geremi Fotso Sorelle NJITAP 20.12.78 Real Madrid (SPA)
9. F Samuel ETO’O FILS 10.03.81 Real Mallorca (SPA)
10. F Patrick Henri M’BOMA Dem 15.11.70 Parma AC (ITA)
11. F Pius N’DIEFI Sielenu 05.07.75 CS Sedan (FRA)
12. M Bisan LAUREN Etame-Mayer 19.01.77 Arsenal FC (ENG)
13. D Lucien METTOMO 19.04.77 Manchester City (ENG)
14. M Joël Dieudonné EPALLE 20.02.78 Panahaiki (GRE)
15. M Nicolas ALNOUDJI 09.12.79 Çaykur Rizespor (TUR)
16. G Jacques Celestin SONGO’O 17.03.64 FC Metz (FRA)
17. M Marc-Vivien FOE 01.05.75 Olympique Lyonnais (FRA)
18. M Eric Daniel DJEMBA DJEMBA 04.05.81 FC Nantes (FRA)
19. F Patrick SUFFO-KENGNE 17.01.78 Sheffield United (ENG)
20. M René Salomon OLEMBE Olembe 08.12.80 Olympique Marseille (FRA)
21. M Daniel NGOM KOME 19.05.80 Numancia (SPA)
22. G Idriss Carlos KAMENI 18.02.84 Le Havre AC (FRA)
Team manager : Winfried SCHAEFFER
LA COPA ES PARA CAMERÚN


Scorers
5 - Shaun Thurston BARTLETT (South Africa)
4 - Samuel ETO'O Fils (Cameroon), Patrick Henri MBOMA Dem (Cameroon)
3 - Hossam HASSAN (Egypt), Julius AGHAHOWA (Nigeria), Austine Azuka OKOCHA (Nigeria)
2 - Abdelhafid TASFAOUT (Algeria), Ousame SANOU (Burkina Faso),
Marc Vivien FOÉ (Cameroon), Kwame AYEW (Ghana), Tijani BABANGIDA (Nigeria),
Victor IKPEBA Nosa (Nigeria), Henri CAMARA (Senegal),
Siyabonga NOMVETE (South Africa), Ali ZITOUNI (Tunisia)
1 - Bilal DZIRI (Algeria), Farid GHAZI (Algeria), Fawzi MOUSSOUNI (Algeria),
Ismael KOUDOU (Burkina Faso), Alassane OUEDRAOGO (Burkina Faso),
Raymond KALLA Nkongo (Cameroon), Abdel Halim ALI (Egypt),
Ahmed Salah HOSNI (Egypt), Yasser RADWAN (Egypt), Hany RAMZY (Egypt),
Zita Bruno MBANANGOYE (Gabon), Chiva NZIGHOU Star (Gabon), Otto ADDO (Ghana),
Tchirresoua GUEL (Ivory Coast), Donald-Olivier SIE (Ivory Coast),
Bonaventure KALOU (Ivory Coast), Salaheddine BASSIR (Morocco),
Raphael CHUKWU (Nigeria), George FINIDI (Nigeria), Massamesso TCHANGAI (Togo),
Lantame OUADJA (Togo), Kalidgou FADIGA (Senegal), Salif KEITA (Senegal),
Abdoulaye MBAYE (Senegal), El Hadji Papa Brahim SARR (Senegal),
Dumisa Vincent NGOBE (South Africa), Khaled BADRA (Tunisia),
Zoubier BEYA (Tunisia), Radhi JAIDI (Tunisia), Adel SELLIMI (Tunisia),
Kalusha BWALYA (Zambia), Laughter CHILEMBI (Zambia), Dennis LOTA (Zambia),


Teams
12 – Nigeria
11 - Cameroon
8 - South Africa
7 – Egypt
6 – Senegal, Tunisia
5 – Algeria
4 – Burkina Faso
3 – Ghana, Ivory Coast, Zambia
2 – Gabon, Togo
1 – Morocco
0 – Congo, Zaire



total 73 goals

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