jueves, 8 de enero de 2015

COPA ÁFRICA 2004

2004 COPA AFRICA – TÚNEZ


CAMPEÓN : TÚNEZ
FINAL : TÚNEZ 2 X 1 MARRUECOS (SANTOS, JAZIRI / MOKHTARI)
D.T : ROGER LEMERRE
PAÍSES PARTICIPANTES : 16
PAÍSES DEBUTANTES: RWANDA, BENÍN Y ZIMBABWE
GOLEADORES: PATRICK MBOMA (CAMERÚN), FRÉDERIC KANOUTÉE (MALI), YOUSSEF MOKHTARI (MARRUECOS), JAY-JAY OKOCHA (NIGERIA), FRANCILEUDO DOS SANTOS (TÚNEZ) 4 GOLES
MEJOR JUGADOR : JAY-JAY OKOCHA (NIGERIA)


Sede y campeona de la CAN 2004, Túnez también presenció elecciones presidenciales ocho meses despues del Torneo, luego de restringir los derechos opositores por una Ley del 2003 en que se cambiaba el Código Electoral, Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali llegó a su cuarto mandato (desde 1987), se considero que el país vivía un “simulacro de democracia” por parte de Amnistía Internacional y Human Rights Watch
Qualifying Tournament
Cameroon qualify as holders
Tunisia qualify as hosts


The 13 group winners qualify along with the best second placed team in
groups 2-9.
Group 1
8- 9-02 Luanda Angola 0-0 Nigeria
12-10-02 Lilongwe Malawi 1-0 Angola
[Russell Mwafulirwa 85]
29- 3-03 Blantyre Malawi 0-1 Nigeria
[John Utaka 10]
7- 6-03 Abuja Nigeria 4-1 Malawi
[Yakubu Aiyegbeni 10, 16, Nwankwo Kanu 22, 35;
Esau Kanyenda 8]
21- 6-03 Benin City Nigeria 2-2 Angola
[Uche Kalu 57, Peter Odemwigie 62pen; Figueiredo 9,
Akwa 55]
6- 7-03 Luanda Angola 5-1 Malawi
[Maupo Msowoya 2, Akwa 3, Flavio 33, Stopirra 76,
Chinho 89; Peter Mgangira 78]


1.NIGERIA 4 2 2 0 7- 3 8
2.Angola 4 1 2 1 7- 4 5
3.Malawi 4 1 0 3 3-10 3
NB: Djibouti withdrew.


EL VELOZ JOHN UTAKA DE NIGERIA

Group 2
7- 9-02 Niamey Niger 3-1 Ethiopia
[Ibrahim Tankari 55, 61, Garba Abdoulaye 80;
Achenafi Guirma 16]
8- 9-02 Conakry Guinea 3-0 Liberia
[Titi Camara 1, Fode Mansare 54, Ibrahima Sory 69]
12-10-02 Monrovia Liberia 1-0 Niger
[Prince Daye 80]
13-10-02 Addis Ababa Ethiopia 1-0 Guinea
[Abege Yared 63]
30- 3-03 Addis Ababa Ethiopia 1-0 Liberia
[Antenehe Feleke 80]
30- 3-03 Conakry Guinea 2-0 Niger
[Fode Mansare 40pen, Abdoulaye Sylla 90]
7- 6-03 Niamey Niger 1-0 Guinea
[Yahaya Tankari 69]
8- 6-03 Monrovia Liberia 1-0 Ethiopia
[Steve Mennoh 57]
21- 6-03 Accra (Ghana) Liberia 1-2 Guinea
[Daye Prince 20; Souleymane Youla 11, 50]
22- 6-03 Addis Ababa Ethiopia 2-0 Niger
[Abdulahi Azad 15og, Ermias Kidanu 51]
5- 7-03 Niamey Niger 1-0 Liberia
[Soumaila Alhassan 90pen]
6- 7-03 Conakry Guinea 3-0 Ethiopia
[Souleymane Youla 32, 72, Pascal Feindouno 55]


1.GUINEA 6 4 0 2 10- 3 12
2.Niger 6 3 0 3 5- 6 9
3.Ethiopia 6 3 0 3 5- 7 9
4.Liberia 6 2 0 4 3- 7 6
PASCAL FEINDOUNO (GUINEA)


Group 3
8- 9-02 Cotonou Benin 4-0 Tanzania
[Anicet Adjamounsi 9, 38, Oumar Tchomogo 75pen,
Moussa Latoundji 85]
8- 9-02 Khartoum Sudan 0-1 Zambia
[Chaswe Nsfowa 89]
12-10-02 Mwanza Tanzania 1-2 Sudan
[Abdallah Rajab 17; Jasten Lado 27, Khalid Mussa 55]
12-10-02 Lusaka Zambia 1-1 Benin
[Rotson Kilambe 75; Wassion Oladikpikpo 45]
29- 3-03 Dar es Salaam Tanzania 0-1 Zambia
[Meshack Lungu 25]
29- 3-03 Khartoum Sudan 3-0 Benin
[Tambal 35, 70, Kabir 68]
7- 6-03 Lusaka Zambia 2-0 Tanzania
[Harry Milanzi 44, 81]
8- 6-03 Cotonou Benin 3-0 Sudan
[Omar Tchmogo 55pen, 72, Moure Ogoudiyi 90]
21- 6-03 Lusaka Zambia 1-1 Sudan
[Songwe Chalwe 72; Abedi Dalag 23]
22- 6-03 Dar es Salaam Tanzania 0-1 Benin
[Moussoro Kabirou 66]
6- 7-03 Cotonou Benin 3-0 Zambia
[Omar Tchomogo 9, 26, Moussa Latoundji 75]
6- 7-03 Omdurman Sudan n/p Tanzania [Tanzania withdrew]


1.BENIN 6 4 1 1 12- 4 13
2.Zambia 6 3 2 1 6- 5 11
3.Sudan 5 2 1 2 6- 6 7
4.Tanzania 5 0 0 5 1-10 0

Group 4
8- 9-02 Brazzaville Congo-Brazzav. 0-0 Burkina Faso
9- 9-02 Bangui Central Africa 1-1 Mozambique
[Marcelin Tamboula 72; Goncalves Fumo 60]
13-10-02 Ouagadougou Burkina Faso 2-1 Central Africa
[Amadou Touré 60, Dieudonné Minougou 75;
Berede Dehandé Ouefio 38]
13-10-02 Maputo Mozambique 0-3 Congo-Brazzaville
[Madza Tsoumou 49, Rolf-Christel Guié-Mien 70,
Walter Bakouma 73]
30- 3-03 Maputo Mozambique 1-0 Burkina Faso
[Dário 89]
4- 5-03 Brazzaville Congo-Brazzav. 2-1 Central Africa
[Roch Embingou 6, Oscar Owolo 52; Igor Makita 84]
7- 6-03 Ouagadougou Burkina Faso 4-0 Mozambique
[Moumouni Dagano 6, 8, Amadou Touré 34,
Dieudonné Minoungou 88]
8- 6-03 Bangui Central Africa 0-0 Congo-Brazzaville
21- 6-03 Ouagadougou Burkina Faso 3-0 Congo-Brazzaville
[Amadou Touré 54pen, Rahim Ouédraogo 61,
Dieudonné Minoungou 75]
22- 6-03 Maputo Mozambique 1-0 Central Africa
[Jossias 73pen]
6- 7-03 Bangui Central Africa 0-3 Burkina Faso
[Moumouni Dagano 30, 71, Dieudonne Minoungou 90+]
6- 7-03 Brazzaville Congo-Brazzav. 0-0 Mozambique


1.BURKINA FASO 6 4 1 1 12- 2 13
2.Congo-Brazzaville 6 2 3 1 5- 4 9
3.Mozambique 6 2 2 2 3- 8 8
4.Central African Rep. 6 0 2 4 3- 9 2

Group 5
6- 9-02 Nouakchott Mauritania 0-2 Cape Verde
[Clavio Zelilo 45, Antonio Duarte 60]
7- 9-02 Nairobi Kenya 3-0 Togo
[John Baraza 62, Musa Otieno 68, Denis Oliech 90]
12-10-02 Praia Cape Verde 0-1 Kenya
[John Baraza 58]
12-10-02 Lomé Togo 1-0 Mauritania
[Emmanuel Adabyo Sheyi 23]
29- 3-03 Nairobi Kenya 4-0 Mauritania
[Robert Mambo 15, 70, Paul Oyuga 43,
Dennis Oliech 46]
29- 3-03 Praia Cape Verde 2-1 Togo
[Duca 68, Calo 80; Azia Wondu 37]
6- 6-03 Nouakchott Mauritania 0-0 Kenya
8- 6-03 Lomé Togo 5-2 Cape Verde
[Alexandro Sania 2, Sherif Touré 23, 32,
Paulo De Souza 72, Emmanuel Adebayor 78;
Claudio Aguiar 6, Carlos Morais 26]
21- 6-03 Praia Cape Verde 3-0 Mauritania
[Claudio 'Lito' Agguar 65, Carlos Morais 76pen, 82;
match was stopped for 20 minutes before penalty
kick and abandoned at 3-0 in 85' when Mauritania
were reduced to six players following 5 red cards;
result will presumably stand]
22- 6-03 Lomé Togo 2-0 Kenya
[Alexandro Paria 23, 57pen]
5- 7-03 Nouakchott Mauritania 0-0 Togo
5- 7-03 Nairobi Kenya 1-0 Cape Verde
[Dennis Oliech 84]


1.KENYA 6 4 1 1 9- 2 13
2.Togo 6 3 1 2 9- 7 10
3.Cape Verde 6 3 0 3 9- 8 9
4.Mauritania 6 0 2 4 0-10 2

Group 6
8- 9-02 Victoria Seychelles 1-0 Eritrea
[Roddy Victor 50]
8- 9-02 Harare Zimbabwe 1-0 Mali
[Lazarus Muhoni 30]
12-10-02 Asmara Eritrea 0-1 Zimbabwe
[Peter Ndlovu 10]
13-10-02 Bamako Mali 3-0 Seychelles
[Seydou Keita 30, Mamady Sidibe 75,
Dramane Coulibaly 85]
30- 3-03 Asmara Eritrea 0-2 Mali
[Ibrahim Thiam 54, Dramane Coulibaly 89]
30- 3-03 Harare Zimbabwe 3-1 Seychelles
[Peter Ndlovu 19pen, 94pen, Adam Ndlovu 90;
Brian Methe 91]
7- 6-03 Victoria Seychelles 2-1 Zimbabwe
[Alpha Balde 75pen, Philip Zialor 81; Adam Ndlovu 86]
7- 6-03 Bamako Mali 1-0 Eritrea
[Coulibaly Soumaila 20]
21- 6-03 Asmara Eritrea 1-0 Seychelles
[Yonas Fessehaye 62]
22- 6-03 Bamako Mali 0-0 Zimbabwe
5- 7-03 Victoria Seychelles 0-2 Mali
[Sammy Traoré 60, Bassala Touré 85]
5- 7-03 Harare Zimbabwe 2-0 Eritrea
[Peter Ndlovu 11, 17pen]


1.MALI 6 4 1 1 8- 1 13
2.ZIMBABWE 6 4 1 1 8- 3 13
3.Seychelles 6 2 0 4 4-10 6
4.Eritrea 6 1 0 5 1- 7 3

Group 7
7- 9-02 Libreville Gabon 0-1 Morocco
[Youssef Chippo 16]
8- 9-02 Malabo Equat. Guinea 1-3 Sierra Leone
[Ricardo Mavidi 82; Mamadou Bah 38, Sesay 46,
Menssary 68]
12-10-02 Freetown Sierra Leone 2-0 Gabon
[Paul Kpaka 45, Mamadou Alpha Jor Bah 52]
13-10-02 Rabat Morocco 5-0 Equatorial Guinea
[Adil Ramzi 8, Mustapha Bidodane 24, Youssef Safri 27,
Rachid Roki 45, Noureddine Kacemi 70]
29- 3-03 Freetown Sierra Leone 0-0 Morocco
29- 3-03 Libreville Gabon 4-0 Equatorial Guinea
[Eric Mouloungui 8, Yannick Lary 40, 49,
Etienne Bito'o 65pen]
8- 6-03 Casablanca Morocco 1-0 Sierra Leone
[Youssef Chippo 25]
8- 6-03 Malabo Equat. Guinea 2-1 Gabon
[Jesus Mba 22, Andres Mangongo 50; Dissikadie Alain 43]
20- 6-03 Rabat Morocco 2-0 Gabon
[Mohamed El Yaacoubi 22, Zaid Jaziri 75]
22- 6-03 Freetown Sierra Leone 2-0 Equatorial Guinea
[Mohammed Kallon 71, Amed Kabbah 90]
6- 7-03 Malabo Equat. Guinea 0-1 Morocco
[Houcine Kharja 60]
6- 7-03 Libreville Gabon 2-0 Sierra Leone
[Bruno Zita Mbanangoye 33, Nde Mintsa]


1.MOROCCO 6 5 1 0 10- 0 16
2.Sierra Leone 6 3 1 2 7- 4 10
3.Gabon 6 2 0 4 7- 7 6
4.Equatorial Guinea 6 1 0 5 3-16 3
YOUSSEF MOKHTARI (MARRUECOS)


Group 8
8- 9-02 Maseru Lesotho 0-1 Senegal
[Henri Camara 35]
13-10-02 Banjul Gambia 6-0 Lesotho
[Aziz Corr Nyang 7, 40, Tapha Sarr 45,
Jatto Ceesay 55, 88, Sefo Soli (5-0)]
30- 3-03 Banjul Gambia 0-0 Senegal
7- 6-03 Dakar Senegal 3-1 Gambia
[Lamine Diatta 8, Henry Camara 36, El Hadji Diouf 73;
Ebou Sillah 63]
14- 6-03 Dakar Senegal 3-0 Lesotho
[Hadji Diouf 26pen, Henry Camara 66, 70]
6- 7-03 Maseru Lesotho 1-0 Gambia
[Molefe Makhele 87]


1.SENEGAL 4 3 1 0 7- 1 10
2.Gambia 4 1 1 2 7- 4 4
3.Lesotho 4 1 0 3 1-10 3
NB: Sao Tome and Principe withdrew.

Group 9
7- 9-02 Gaborone Botswana 0-0 Swaziland
8- 9-02 Musrata Libya 3-2 Congo-Kinshasa
[Ani Al-Mallian 16, Gehad Muntaser 36,
Essam Belal 41pen; Shabani Nonda 22, Kikeba 52]
13-10-02 Kinshasa Congo-Kinshasa 2-0 Botswana
[Lomano Trésor Lua Lua 6, Merlin Mpaina 21]
13-10-02 Mbabane Swaziland 2-1 Libya
[Jerry Gamedze 81, Wonder Nhleko 83;
Mohamed Marhbelo Salah 20pen]
30- 3-03 Tripoli Libya 0-0 Botswana
30- 3-03 Mbabane Swaziland 1-1 Congo-Kinshasa
[Mfanzile Dlamini 10; Kampamba Musasa 65]
7- 6-03 Gaborone Botswana 0-1 Libya
[Ahmed Masli 89]
8- 6-03 Kinshasa Congo-Kinshasa 2-0 Swaziland
[Marlin Piana 18, Kambamba Musasa 71]
22- 6-03 Kinshasa Congo-Kinshasa 2-1 Libya
[Alain Masudi 29, Merlin Mpiana 83; Ilid Hamed 49]
22- 6-03 Somhlolo Swaziland 3-2 Botswana
[Siza Dlamini 7, 25, Sibusiso Dlamini 18;
Michael Mogaladi 41, Pius Kolagano 56]
5- 7-03 Tripoli Libya 6-2 Swaziland
[Tarek Taib (2), Khaleb al-Mirghan, Nader Tarhouni,
Ahmed Saad, Ali al-Milyan; Bongali Dlamini (2)]
5- 7-03 Gaborone Botswana 0-0 Congo-Kinshasa


1.CONGO-KINSHASA 6 3 2 1 9- 5 11
2.Libya 6 3 1 2 12- 8 10
3.Swaziland 6 2 2 2 8-12 8
4.Botswana 6 0 3 3 2- 6 3
Group 10
7- 9-02 Antananarivo Madagascar 1-0 Egypt
[Menahely Ruphin 73]
12-10-02 Flacq Mauritius 0-1 Madagascar
[Ruphin Menaleky 26]
29- 3-03 Port Louis Mauritius 0-1 Egypt
[Ahmed Hossan 43]
8- 6-03 Port Said Egypt 7-0 Mauritius
[Ahmed Hossam 7pen, 22, Tarek El Sayed 18,
Gamal Hamza 53, Hazem Emam 61, Ahmed Hassan 72, 89]
20- 6-03 Port Said Egypt 6-0 Madagascar
[Bechir Al Tabei 1, Ahmed Bilal 9, 24, 56, 83,
Ahmed Hossam 41]
6- 7-03 Antananarivo Madagascar 0-2 Mauritius
[Christopher Perle 16, Kersley Appou 31pen]


1.EGYPT 4 3 0 1 14- 1 9
2.Madagascar 4 2 0 2 2- 8 6
3.Mauritius 4 1 0 3 2- 9 3
NB: Guinea Bissau withdrew.

Group 11
8- 9-02 Abidjan Ivory Coast 0-0 South Africa
13-10-02 Bloemfontein South Africa 2-0 Burundi
[Patrick Mayo 13, Delron Buckley 39]
30- 3-03 Bujumbura Burundi 0-1 Ivory Coast
[Dagui Bakari 11]
8- 6-03 Abidjan Ivory Coast 6-1 Burundi
[Didier Drogba 7, 27, 32, Dagui Bakari 56, 78,
Aruna Dindane 70; Sadi Shabani 88]
22- 6-03 Polokwane South Africa 2-1 Ivory Coast
[Shaun Bartlett 21, Siyabonga Nomvete 65;
Bonaventure Kalou 41]
6- 7-03 Bujumbura Burundi 0-2 South Africa
[Teboho Mokoena 1, Stanton Fredericks 30]


1.SOUTH AFRICA 4 3 1 0 6- 1 10
2.Ivory Coast 4 2 1 1 8- 3 7
3.Burundi 4 0 0 4 1-11 0

Group 12
7- 9-02 Windhoek Namibia 0-1 Algeria
[Collen Benjamin 36?og]
11-10-02 Annaba Algeria 4-1 Chad
[Nassim Akrour 26, 72pen, Djamel Belmadi 54, 69;
Naama Naay 70]
30- 3-03 Ndjaména Chad 2-0 Namibia
[Mahamad Hisseine 57, 90]
7- 6-03 Windhoek Namibia 2-1 Chad
[Floris Diergaardt 24, George Hummel 76pen;
Mahamat Hussein 35]
20- 6-03 Blida Algeria 1-0 Namibia
[Nasreddine Kraouche 5]
6- 7-03Ndjaména Chad 0-0 Algeria


1.ALGERIA 4 3 1 0 6- 1 10
2.Chad 4 1 1 2 4- 6 4
3.Namibia 4 1 0 3 2- 5 3
Group 13
7- 9-02 Kampala Uganda 1-0 Ghana
[Philip Obwiny 52]
13-10-02 Accra Ghana 4-2 Rwanda
[Elias Ntaganda 24og, Mohammed Hamza 42,
Charles Taylor 58, Derek Boateng 70pen;
Hassan Milly 16, Hamao Ndijumama 43pen]
29- 3-03 Kigali Rwanda 0-0 Uganda
7- 6-03 Kampala Uganda 0-1 Rwanda
[Jimmy Gatete 40]
22- 6-03 Kumasi Ghana 1-1 Uganda
[Charles Amoah 84; Assani Bajoba 16]
6- 7-03 Kigali Rwanda 1-0 Ghana
[Jimmy Gatete 49]


1.RWANDA 4 2 1 1 4- 4 7
2.Uganda 4 1 2 1 2- 2 5
3.Ghana 4 1 1 2 5- 5 4
SELECCIÓN DE RWANDA 2004 CLASIFICADA A LA FASE FINAL DE LA CAN 


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


Group A
24- 1-04 Radès Tunisia 2-1 Rwanda
[Ziad Jaziri 27, Francileudo dos Santos 57;
Joao Rafael Elias 32]
EL BRASILEÑO NACIONALIZADO TUNECINO FRANCILEUDO DOS SANTOS RESPONSABLE POR LOS GOLES DE TÚNEZ

25- 1-04 El Menzah Congo-Kinshasa 1-2 Guinea
[Alain Masudi 35; Aboubacar Titi Camara 68,
Pascal Feindouno 81]
28- 1-04 Radès Tunisia 3-0 Congo-Kinshasa
[Francileudo dos Santos 55, 87, Najeh Braham 65]
28- 1-04 Bizerte Rwanda 1-1 Guinea
[Karim Kamanzi 90+3; Aboubacar Titi Camara 49]
ABOUBACAR TITI CAMARA (GUINEA) EL HOMBRE GOL DE  LOS GUINEANOS

1- 2-04 Radès Tunisia 1-1 Guinea
[Slim Benachour 58; Aboubacar Titi Camara 84]
1- 2-04 Bizerte Rwanda 1-0 Congo-Kinshasa
[Said Abed Makasi 74]
RWANDA INGRESA AL CAMPO DE LA COPA ÁFRICA 2004



1.TUNISIA 3 2 1 0 6- 2 7
2.GUINEA 3 1 2 0 4- 3 5
3.Rwanda 3 1 1 1 3- 3 4
4.Congo-Kinshasa 3 0 0 3 1- 6 0
SLIM BEN ACHOUR (TÚNEZ)


Group B
26- 1-04 El Menzah Senegal 0-0 Burkina Faso
26- 1-04 Bizerte Kenya 1-3 Mali
[Titus Mulama 58; Mohamed Laminé Sissoko 28,
Frédéric Kanouté 63, 81]
FREDERIC KANOUTE (MALI)

30- 1-04 El Menzah Burkina Faso 1-3 Mali
[Dieudonné Minoungou 50; Frédéric Kanouté 34,
Mahamadou Diarra 38, Soumaila Coulibaly 78]
30- 1-04 Bizerte Senegal 3-0 Kenya
[Mamadou Niang 4, 31, Papa Bouba Diop 19]
2- 2-04 El Menzah Senegal 1-1 Mali
[Habib Beye 45+2; Dramane Traoré 34]
2- 2-04 Bizerte Burkina Faso 0-3 Kenya
[Emmanuel Ake 54, Dennis Oliech 68, John Baraza 84]


1.MALI 3 2 1 0 7- 3 7
2.SENEGAL 3 1 2 0 4- 1 5
3.Kenya 3 1 0 2 4- 6 3
4.Burkina Faso 3 0 1 2 1- 6 1
SEYDOU KEITA (MALI)


Group C
25- 1-04 Sfax Zimbabwe 1-2 Egypt
[Peter Ndlovu 46; Tamer Abdelhamid 58,
Mohamed Barakat 63]
25- 1-04 Sousse Cameroon 1-1 Algeria
[Patrick Mboma 43; Brahim Zafour 52]
CAMERÚN X ARGELIA 

29- 1-04 Sfax Cameroon 5-3 Zimbabwe
[Patrick Mboma 31, 44, 65, Modeste Mbami 39, 67;
Peter Ndlovu 8, 47pen, Esrom Nyandoro 89]
29- 1-04 Sousse Algeria 2-1 Egypt
[Mamar Mamouni 13, Hocine Achiou 86;
Ahmed Belal 26]
ARGELA DERROTA A EGIPTO

3- 2-04 Monastir Cameroon 0-0 Egypt
3- 2-04 Sousse Algeria 1-2 Zimbabwe
[Hocine Achiou 73; Joel Luphahla 65, 71]
ZIMBABWE DERROTA A ARGELIA - CAN 2004


1.CAMEROON 3 1 2 0 6- 4 5
2.ALGERIA 3 1 1 1 4- 4 4
3.Egypt 3 1 1 1 3- 3 4
4.Zimbabwe 3 1 0 2 6- 8 3


Group D
27- 1-04 Monastir Nigeria 0-1 Morocco
[Youssef Hadji 77]
27- 1-04 Sfax South Africa 2-0 Benin
[Siyabonga Nomvete 58, 76]
31- 1-04 Monastir Nigeria 4-0 South Africa
[Joseph Yobo 4, Jay Jay Okocha 64pen,
Osaze Odemwingie 81, 83]
31- 1-04 Sfax Morocco 4-0 Benin
[Marouane Chammakh 17, Youssef Mokhtari 73,
Abdeslam Ouaddou 75, Talal El Karkouri 80;
possibly 2nd goal Anicet Adjamossi 73og]
4- 2-04 Sousse Morocco 1-1 South Africa
[Youssef Safri 38pen; Patrick Mayo 29]
4- 2-04 Sfax Nigeria 2-1 Benin
[Garba Lawal 35, John Utaka 76; Moussa Latoundji 90]
BENÍN 0 X 1 NIGERIA

POSICIONES

1.MOROCCO 3 2 1 0 6- 1 7
2.NIGERIA 3 2 0 1 6- 2 6
3.South Africa 3 1 1 1 3- 5 4
4.Benin 3 0 0 3 1- 8 0


YOUSSOUF HADJI (MARRUECOS)



Quarterfinals
7- 2-04 Radès Tunisia 1-0 Senegal
[Jawhar Mnari 65]
7- 2-04 El Menzah Mali 2-1 Guinea
[Frédéric Kanouté 45+2, Mahamadou Diarra 90+1;
Pascal Feindouno 15]

MALI X GUINEA 



8- 2-04 Monastir Cameroon 1-2 Nigeria
[Samuel Eto'o 42; Jay Jay Okocha 45+3, John Utaka 73]
8- 2-04 Sfax Morocco 3-1 Algeria [aet]
[Marouane Chammakh 90+4, Youssef Hadji 113,
Jawad Zairi 120+1; Abdelmalek Cherrad 84]


Semifinals
11- 2-04 Radès Tunisia 1-1 Nigeria [aet, 5-3 pen]
[Khaled Badra 82pen; Jay Jay Okocha 67pen]
11- 2-04 Sousse Morocco 4-0 Mali
[Youssef Mokhtari 14, 58, Youssef Hadji 80,
Nabil Baha 90+1]
SELECCIÓN DE MARRUECOS 2004 - FINALISTA DE LA COPA AFRICANA DE NACIONES


Third Place Match
13- 2-04 Monastir Nigeria 2-1 Mali
[Jay Jay Okocha 17, Osaze Odemwingie 47;
Janvier Atouba 70]


Final

14- 2-04 Radès Tunisia 2-1 Morocco
[Francileudo dos Santos 5, Ziad Jaziri 52;
Youssef Mokhtari 38]
Final [Feb 14]

In Radès (7th November Stadium) - Attendance: 60,000
Tunisia 2 (Francileudo dos Santos 5, Ziad Jaziri 52)
Morocco 1 (Youssef Mokhtari 38)
HT: 1-1. Ref: Falla Ndoye (Senegal)
TUN: 1-Ali Boumnijel; 6-Hatem Trabelsi, 3-Karim Hagui, 15-Radhi Jaidi,
20-José Clayton; 13-Riadh Bouazizi [c], 8-Mehdi Nafti (12-Jawhar Mnari
46), 14-Adel Chedli; 18-Slim BenAchour (10-Kaies Ghodhbane 57);
5-Ziad Jaziri (7-Imed Mhedhebi 71), 11-Francileudo dos Santos.
Coach: Roger Lemerre
MOR: 1-Khalid Fouhami; 4-Abdeslam Ouaddou, 6-Noureddine Naybet [c], 5-Talal
El Karkouri; 2-Walid Regragui, 8-Abdelkrim Kaissi, 15-Youssef Safri
(11-Mohamed Yaacoubi 63), 16-Youssef Mokhtari, 3-Akram Roumani
(7-Jawad Zairi 74); 20-Youssef Hadji (9-Nabil Baha 87), 17-Marouane
Chamakh.
Coach: Badou Ezaki
Booked: R.Jaziri 60 - A.Roumani 22, N.Naybet 77, W.Regragui 90
FUERTE MARCA EN LA FINAL DEL NORTE AFRICANO
TÚNEZ X MARRUECOS


VUELTA OLIMPÍCA DE TÚNEZ

TÚNEZ CAMPEÓN - KHAIS GHODHBANE Y HATEM TRABELSI

LA COPA VOLÓ HACÍA TÚNEZ



GOALSCORERS (until semifinals):
4 - Patrick Mboma (Cameroon), Frederic Kanoute (Mali);
3 - Francileudo dos Santos (Tunisia), Peter Ndlovu (Zimbabwe),
Aboubacar Titi Camara (Guinea);
2 - Siyabonga Nomvete (South Africa), Modeste Mbami (Cameroon),
Mamadou Niang (Senegal), Peter Odemwingie (Nigeria), Hocine Achiou
(Algeria), Pascal Feindouno (Guinea), Mahamadou Diarra (Mali),
Jay-Jay Okocha (Nigeria), John Utaka (Nigeria), Youssef Hadji
(Morocco), Marounae Chammakh (Morocco);
1 - Ziad Jaziri (Tunisia), Joao Elias (Rwanda), Alain Masudi (DR
Congo), Karim Kamanzi (Rwanda), Tamer Abdelhamid (Egypt), Mohamed
Barakat (Egypt), Brahim Zafour (Algeria), Titus Mulama (Kenya),
Mohamed Lamine Sissoko (Mali), Najeh Braham (Tunisia), Esrom
Nyandoro (Zimbabwe), Mamar Mamouni (Algeria), Ahmed Belal (Egypt),
Pape Bouba Diop (Senegal), Soumaila Coulibaly (Mali), Dieudonne
Minoungou (Burkina Faso), Joseph Yobo (Nigeria), Jawad Zairi
(Morocco), Youssef Mokhtari (Morocco), Abdeslam Ouaddou (Morocco),
Talal El Karkouri (Morocco), Slim Benachour (Tunisia), Said Abed
Makasi (Rwanda), Emmanuel Ake (Kenya), Dennis Oliech (Kenya),
John Baraza (Kenya), Dramane Traore (Mali), Habib Beye (Senegal),
Adam Ndlovu (Zimbabwe), Joel Luphahla (Zimbabwe), Moussa Latoundji
(Benin), Garba Lawal (Nigeria), Youssef Safri (Morocco), Patrick
Mayo (South Africa), Jawhar Mnari (Tunisia), Samuel Eto'o
(Cameroon), Abdelmalak Cherrad (Algeria).
MAROUANE CHAMMAKH (MARRUECOS)

PETER NDLOVE (ZIMBABWE) MARCÓ 4 GOLES EN LA CAN 2014

PLANTEL CAMPEÓN- TÚNEZ
TUNISIA
Coach: Roger Lemerre (France)
Nickname: Carthage Eagles
GK: 1-Ali Boumnijel (Rouen, France), 16-Khaled Fadhel (CS Sfaxien),
22-Khaled Azeiz (Club Africain);
DF: 2-Khaled Badra (Esperance), 3-Karim Hagui (Etoile Sahel),
4-Alaeddine Yahia (En Avant Guingamp, France), 6-Hatem Trabelsi
(Ajax Amsterdam, Netherlands), 15-Radhi Jaidi (Esperance), 19-Anis
Ayari (Esperance), 20-Jose Clayton (Esperance), 21-Karim Saidi
(Club Africain);
MF: 8-Mehdi Nafti (Racing Santander, Spain), 10-Kais Ghodhbane
(Diyarbakirspor, Turkey), 12-Jawhar Mnari (Esperance), 13-Riadh
Bouazizi (Gaziantepspor, Turkey), 14-Adel Chadli (Sochaux, France),
18-Slim Ben Achour (Paris St Germain, France);
FW: 5-Zied Jaziri (Gaziantepspor, Turkey), 7-Imed Mhadhebi (Etoile
Sahel), 9-Najeh Braham (Eintracht Trier, Germany), 11-Francileudo
dos Santos (Sochaux, France), 17-Mohamed Jedidi (Etoile Sahel)
SELECCIÓN DE TÚNEZ 2004

MANOS EN EL TROFEO DE MEJORES DE ÁFRICA

LOS TUNECINOS FUERON LOS MEJORES DE ÁFRICA EN EL 2004


EQUIPO IDEAL CAN 2004
Goalkeeper
  • Vincent Enyeama (NIGERIA)
Defenders
  •  Hoalid Regragui (MARRUECOS)
  •  Khaled Badra (TÚNEZ)
  •  Abdeslam Ouaddou (MARRUECOS)
  •  Timothée Atouba (CAMERÚN)
Midfielders
  •  Karim Ziani (ARGELIA)
  •  Riadh Bouazizi (TÚNEZ)
  •  Jay-Jay Okocha (NIGERIA)
  •  John Utaka (NIGERIA)
Forwards
  •  Frédéric Kanouté (MALI)
  •  Youssef Hadji (MARRUECOS)
VINCENT ENYEAMA (NIGERIA) EL MEJOR GOLERO DE ÁFRICA EN EL 2004

KARIM ZIANI (ARGELIA)

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