jueves, 8 de enero de 2015

COPA ÁFRICA 2006

2006 COPA ÁFRICA – EGIPTO




CAMPEÓN: EGIPTO
FINAL : EGIPTO 0 X 0 COSTA DE MARFIL (4 A 2 EN PENALES)
DT : HASSAN SHEHATA
PAÍSES PARTICIPANTES : 16
GOLEADOR : SAMUEL ETO´O (CAMERÚN ) 5 GOLES
MEJOR JUGADOR : AHMED HASSAN (EGIPTO)


El momento delicado de Egipto se vio favorecido por la gran Copa Africa, Hosni Mubarak había decretado elecciones abiertas el año anterior, con los festejos del título Hosni decreto Feriado Nacional llamando incluso al entrenador Hassan Shehata.
Qualifying Tournament
Qualifying Round


First Legs
10-10-03 Bissau G.Bissau 1-2 Mali
[Dionisio Fernandes 50pen; Dramane Traore 8, Soumala Coulibaly 72]
11-10-03 Bata Eq. Guinea 1-0 Togo
[Jose Luis Barila 25pen]
11-10-03 Victoria Seychelles 0-4 Zambia
[Gift Kampamba 8, Dudley Fichite 44, Harry Milanzi 52, Mumamba Numba 57]
11-10-03 São Tomé São Tomé/P. 0-1 Libya
[Ciraje 87]
11-10-03 Niamey Niger 0-1 Algeria
[Boutabou Mansour 65]
11-10-03 Dar-es-Salaam Tanzania 0-0 Kenya
Burk. Faso w/o Central Africa (withdrew)
11-10-03 Antananarivo Madagascar 1-1 Benin
[Robert Edmond 30; Jean Jaurs Corea 73]
11-10-03 Gaborone Botswana 4-1 Lesotho
[Tshepiso Molwantwa 6, Nelson Gabolwelwe 44, Diphetogo Selolwane 48, 62;
Moses Ramafole 75]
11-10-03 Kampala Uganda 3-0 Mauritius
[Asani Bajope 52, Hassan Mubiru 67, David Obua 89]
12-10-03 Harare Zimbabwe 3-0 Mauritania
[Adam Ndlovu 24, Kaitano Tembo 77, Peter Ndlovu 83]
12-10-03 N'Djamena Chad 3-1 Angola
[Francis Oumar 65, 75, 89; Bruno Mauro 63]
12-10-03 Addis Abeba Ethiopia 1-3 Malawi
[Getu Teshome 81; Esau Kawyenda 39, Esau Kawyenda 55, Peter Mgangira 89]
12-10-03 Conakry Guinea 1-0 Mozambique
[Sambegou Bangoura 47]
12-10-03 Brazzaville Congo-Braz. 1-0 Sierra Leone
[Gerard Lebaly 89pen]
12-10-03 Khartoum Sudan 3-0 Eritrea
[Haitham Tumbul 71, Haitham Al-Rasheed 75, Mujahid Ahmed 88]
12-10-03 Mbabane Swaziland 1-1 Cape Verde
[Siza Dlamini 65; Calo 53]
12-10-03 Kigali Rwanda 3-0 Namibia
[Jean-Pierre Manamana 42, Olivier Kalekezi 50, Jean Lomami 58]
12-10-03 Bakau Gambia 2-0 Liberia
[Abou Njie 62, Edrissa Sonko 70]
12-10-03 Bujumbura Burundi 0-0 Gabon
16-11-03 Accra Somalia 0-5 Ghana
[Nana Arhin Duah 25, 56, Isaac Boakye 69, 89, Asamoah Gyan 82]


Second Legs
14-11-03 Nouakchott Mauritania 2-1 Zimbabwe
[Yohan Langlet 3, Bilal Sidibe 10; George Mbwando 81]
14-11-03 Alger Algeria 6-0 Niger
[Abdelmalek Cherrad 16, 22, Mansour Boutabout 43, 71,
Mamer Mamouni 47, Nassim Akrour 81]
14-11-03 Bamako Mali 2-0 Guinea-Bissau
[Soumaila Coulibaly 15, Djibril Sidibe 82pen]
15-11-03 Libreville Gabon 4-1 Burundi
[Sylvain Nzingou Chidan Star 2, Valery Twite 17og, Stephane Nguema 37, 80;
Gabriel Nzeyimana Longo 90+]
15-11-03 Windhoek Namibia 1-1 Rwanda
[Paulus Shipanga 41; Jean Lomani 39]
15-11-03 Nairobi Kenya 3-0 Tanzania
[Denis Oliech 10, 32, Michael Okoth 30]
15-11-03 Lusaka Zambia 1-1 Seychelles
[Harry Milanzi 5; Robert Suezetta 30]
15-11-03 Lilongwe Malawi 0-0 Ethiopia
16-11-03 Freetown S. Leone 1-1 Congo-Brazzaville
[Ibrahima Koroma (pen); Rolf-Christel Guié-Mien]
16-11-03 Monrovia Liberia 3-0 Gambia
[Zizi Roberts 10, Isaac Tondo 75, 85]
16-11-03 Asmara Eritrea 0-0 Sudan
16-11-03 Curepipe Mauritius 3-1 Uganda [asdet]
[Ricardo Naboth 36, Cyril Mourgine 61, Jerry Louis 89; David Obua 112]
16-11-03 Cotonou Benin 3-2 Madagascar
[Omar Tchomogo 33pen, 62, 90+2pen; Jean-Jacques Radonamahafalison 16,
Alain Patrick Andriantaina 23]
16-11-03 Lomé Togo 2-0 Equatorial Guinea
[Emmanuel Adebayor 45+2, Moustapha Salifou 57]
16-11-03 Luanda Angola 2-0 Chad
[Fabrice Akwa 32, Bruno Mauro 61]
16-11-03 Maputo Mozambique 3-4 Guinea
[Dario 71, 77, 87; Souleymane Youla 17, Sambegou Bangoura 25, 35, 60]
16-11-03 Tripoli Libya 8-0 São Tomé e Príncipe
[Ahmed al-Masli 15, 20, 25, Tarek al-Taeb 45, 60, Marei al-Ramly 54,
Ahmed Saad 75, Mohammed al-Kakly 85]
16-11-03 Maseru Lesotho 0-0 Botswana
16-11-03 Praia Cape Verde 3-0 Swaziland
[Cafu 31, 65, Calo 89pen]
19-11-03 Kumasi Ghana 2-0 Somalia
[Stephen Appiah 27, Lawrence Adjei 89]


Group Stage


Match Details


Group 1
1.TOGO 10 7 2 1 20- 8 23
2.SENEGAL 10 6 3 1 21- 8 21
3.ZAMBIA 10 6 1 3 16-10 19
4.Congo-Brazz. 10 3 1 6 10-14 10
5.Mali 10 2 2 6 11-14 8
6.Liberia 10 1 1 8 3-27 4


5- 6-04 Lusaka Zambia 1-0 Togo
[Jacob Mulenga 10]
5- 6-04 Dakar Senegal 2-0 Congo-Brazzaville
[Lamine Diatta 59, Moussa Ndiaye 77]
6- 6-04 Monrovia Liberia 1-0 Mali
[Alvin Kieh 88]
19- 6-04 Bamako Mali 1-1 Zambia
[Frédéric Kanouté 80; Harry Milanzi 16]
20- 6-04 Brazzaville Congo-Braz. 3-0 Liberia
[Michel Clauga Bouanga 52pen, Armel Mamouna-Ossila 57, Makita-Passy 65]
20- 6-04 Lomé Togo 3-1 Senegal
[Emmanuel Sheyi Adebayor 29, Junior Senaya 78, 89; Pape Bouba Diop 83]
3- 7-04 Dakar Senegal 1-0 Zambia
[Babacar Gueye 21]
4- 7-04 Brazzaville Congo-Braz. 1-0 Mali
[Armel Mamouna-Ossila 30]
4- 7-04 Monrovia Liberia 0-0 Togo
4- 9-04 Lusaka Zambia 1-0 Liberia
[Kalusha Bwalya 89]
5- 9-04 Bamako Mali 2-2 Senegal
[Mamadou Diallo 4, Frédéric Kanouté 52; Henri Camara 44, Pape Cire Dia 89]
5- 9-04 Lomé Togo 2-0 Congo-Brazzaville
[Fabry Makita-Passy 39og, Emmanuel Sheyi Adebayor 70]
10-10-04 Brazzaville Congo-Braz. 2-3 Zambia
[Claude Bouanga 77, Armel Mamouna-Ossila 83; Collins Mbesuma 2, 36, 67]
10-10-04 Monrovia Liberia 0-3 Senegal
[Pape Bouba Diop 41, Henri Camara 50, 73; match interrupted for 30' due
to crowd disturbances after 3rd goal Senegal]
10-10-04 Lomé Togo 1-0 Mali
[Emmanuel Sheyi Adebayor 23]
26- 3-05 Dakar Senegal 6-1 Liberia
[Khalilou Fadiga 17, El Hadji Diouf 42pen, 84, Abdoulaye Diagne Faye 52,
Henri Camara 69, Moussa Ndiaye 73; Isaac Tondo 88]
26- 3-05 Chililabombwe Zambia 2-0 Congo-Brazzaville
[Elijah Tana 2, Collins Mbesuma 44]
27- 3-05 Bamako Mali 1-2 Togo [abandoned at 1-2 in 90' due
[Soumaila Coulibaly 16; Moustapha Salifou 83, to crowd trouble; result
Souleymane Maman 90] stood]
5- 6-05 Brazzaville Congo-Braz. 0-0 Senegal
5- 6-05 Ségou Mali 4-1 Liberia
[Dramane Coulibaly 5pen, 34, Souleymane Diamoutene 48pen,
Mahamadou Diarra 75; Shelton Barlee 58]
5- 6-05 Lomé Togo 4-1 Zambia
[Emmanuel Shéyi Adébayor 15pen, 88pen, Chérif Maman Touré 44,
Kader Coubadja-Touré 60; Gift Kampamba 17]
18- 6-05 Dakar Senegal 2-2 Togo
[Mamadou Niang 14, Henri Camara 30; Adekambi Olufade 11,
Emmanuel Sheyi Adebayor 73]
18- 6-05 Chililabombwe Zambia 2-1 Mali
[Linos Chalwe 27, Collins Mbesuma 85; Soumaila Coulibaby 72]
19- 6-05 Paynesville Liberia 0-2 Congo-Brazzaville
[Rudy Bhebey 3, 73]
3- 9-05 Bamako Mali 2-0 Congo
[Abdoulaye Demba 48, Mohamed Lamine Cissoko 51]
3- 9-05 Chililabombwe Zambia 0-1 Senegal
[El Hadji Diouf 54]
4- 9-05 Lomé Togo 3-0 Liberia
[Emmanuel Adebayor 57, 85, Cherif Mamam Touré 75]
1-10-05 Monrovia Liberia 0-5 Zambia
[Ignatius Luipa 50, 81, Nchimunya Mweetwa 52, 62, Mumamba Numba 60]
8-10-05 Dakar Senegal 3-0 Mali
[Henri Camara 18, 65, El Hadji Diouf 23]
8-10-05 Brazzaville Congo-Braz. 2-3 Togo
[Bertrand Bouity 26, Armel Mamouna-Ossila 56;
Emmanuel Adebayor 40, Abdel Coubadja 60, 70]


Group 2
1.GHANA 10 6 3 1 17- 4 21
2.CONGO-KINSH. 10 4 4 2 14-10 16 [2 1 1 0 3-2 4]
3.SOUTH AFRICA 10 5 1 4 12-14 16 [2 0 1 1 2-3 1]
4.Burkina Faso 10 4 1 5 14-13 13
5.Cape Verde 10 3 1 6 8-15 10
6.Uganda 10 2 2 6 6-15 8


5- 6-04 Bloemfontein S. Africa 2-1 Cape Verde
[Mbulelo Mabizela 42, 70; Janicio Martins 78]
5- 6-04 Ouagadougou Burkina F. 1-0 Ghana
[Mamadou Zongo 80]
6- 6-04 Kampala Uganda 1-0 Congo-Kinshasa
[Ibrahim Sekajja 76]
19- 6-04 Praia Cape Verde 1-0 Uganda
[Cafu 41]
20- 6-04 Kumasi Ghana 3-0 South Africa
[Sulley Muntari 14, Stephen Appiah 55, 78]
20- 6-04 Kinshasa Congo-K. 3-2 Burkina Faso
[Marcel Mbayo 13, Mbuta Mbala Biscotte 76, Dikilu Bageta 90+pen;
Amadou Touré 27, Moumoni Dagano 89]
3- 7-04 Praia Cape Verde 1-1 Congo-Kinshasa
[Jimmy Modeste 26; Kaluyitukadioko 2]
3- 7-04 Johannesburg S. Africa 2-0 Burkina Faso
[Steven Pienaar 13, Shaun Bartlett 41]
3- 7-04 Kampala Uganda 1-1 Ghana
[David Obua 45; Asamoah Gyan 86]
4- 9-04 Ouagadougou Burkina F. 2-0 Uganda
[Moumouni Dagano 34, Abdoul Aziz Nikiema 79]
5- 9-04 Kinshasa Congo-K. 1-0 South Africa
[Kabamba Musasa 87]
5- 9-04 Kumasi Ghana 2-0 Cape Verde
[Michael Essien 23pen, Nelson Viega 62og]
9-10-04 Praia Cape Verde 1-0 Burkina Faso
[Cafu 3]
10-10-04 Kumasi Ghana 0-0 Congo-Kinshasa
10-10-04 Kampala Uganda 0-1 South Africa
[Benni McCarthy 63pen]
26- 3-05 Ouagadougou Burkina F. 1-2 Cape Verde
[Moumouni Dagano 70; Carlos Morais 48, 88]
26- 3-05 Johannesburg S. Africa 2-1 Uganda
[Quinton Fortuna 19pen, Steven Pienaar 71; David Obua 62pen]
27- 3-05 Kinshasa Congo-K. 1-1 Ghana
[Shabani Nonda 51; Asamoah Gyan 31]
4- 6-05 Praia Cape Verde 1-2 South Africa
[Arlindo Cafu 78; Benedict McCarthy 11, Delron Buckley 13]
5- 6-05 Kinshasa Congo-K. 4-0 Uganda
[Shabani Nonda 4, 85pen, Ngasanya Ilunga 62, Zola Matumona 87]
5- 6-05 Kumasi Ghana 2-1 Burkina Faso
[Stephen Appiah 66pen, Matthew Amoah 81; Moumouni Dagano 25]
18- 6-05 Ouagadougou Burkina F. 2-0 Congo-Kinshasa
[Saidou Panandetiguiri 4, Beli Moumouni Dagano 68]
18- 6-05 Johannesburg S. Africa 0-2 Ghana
[Matthew Amoah 59, Michael Essien 90]
18- 6-05 Kampala Uganda 1-0 Cape Verde
[Geofrey Sserunkuma 36]
3- 9-05 Ouagadougou Burkina F. 3-1 South Africa
[Abdoulaye Cissé 31, 48pen, Kebé Yahia 39; Sibusiso Zuma 75]
4- 9-05 Kinshasa Congo-K. 2-1 Cape Verde
[Kitambala Mubiala 21, Trésor Mabi Mputu 48; Carlos Morais 22]
4- 9-05 Kumasi Ghana 2-0 Uganda
[Michael Essien 11, Matthew Amoah 15]
8-10-05 Praia Cape Verde 0-4 Ghana
[Frimpong Asamoah 5, Sulley Muntari 35, Asamoah Gyan 75,
Godwin Attram 87]
8-10-05 Johannesburg S. Africa 2-2 Congo-Kinshasa
[Sibusiso Zuma 5, 52; Mabi Mputu 11, Shabani Nonda 44]
8-10-05 Kampala Uganda 2-2 Burkina Faso
[Simon Masaba 30pen, Geoffrey Serunkuma 71; Yahia Kebe 15,
Florent Rouamba 75]


Group 3
1.IVORY COAST 10 7 1 2 20- 7 22
2.CAMEROON 10 6 3 1 18-10 21
3.EGYPT 10 5 2 3 26-15 17 [qualified as hosts]
4.LIBYA 10 3 3 4 8-10 12
5.Sudan 10 1 3 6 6-22 6
6.Benin 10 1 2 7 9-23 5
NB: FIFA had sanctioned Cameroon with a 6-point deduction for failing
to follow clothing instructions at the African Nations Cup 2004 (sic!),
but re-instated the 6 points 'by an act of grace' on May 21.
6- 6-04 Yaoundé Cameroon 2-1 Benin
[Samuel Eto'o Fils 43, Rigobert Song 45+2; Seidah Konabe (Romuald Mpoco?) 11]
6- 6-04 Abidjan Ivory Coast 2-0 Libya
[Aruna Dindane 36, Didier Drogba 62pen]
6- 6-04 Omdurman Sudan 0-3 Egypt
[Abdelhalim Ali 6, Mohamed Aboutrika 52, Mohamed Abdelwahab 86]
18- 6-04 Misurata Libya 0-0 Cameroon
20- 6-04 Cotonou Benin 1-1 Sudan
[Muri Ogunbiyi 33; Ahmed El Fatih 44]
20- 6-04 Alexandria Egypt 1-2 Ivory Coast
[Mohamed Aboutrika 55; Aruna Dindane 22 (or Abdelzaher El Saqqa 22og),
Didier Drogba 75]
3- 7-04 Omdurman Sudan 0-1 Libya
[Nader Kara 90+2]
4- 7-04 Cotonou Benin 3-3 Egypt
[Oumar Tchomogo 23pen, Jocelyn Ahoueya 48, Laurent D'Jaffo 68;
Hassan Mustafa 66, 79, Hossam Ghali 75]
4- 7-04 Yaoundé Cameroon 2-0 Ivory Coast
[Samuel Eto'o 80, Guy Feutchine 82]
3- 9-04 Tripoli Libya 4-1 Benin
[Younus Al Shibani 9, Nader Kara 47, Ahmed Osman 49, Marei Suliman 69;
Bachirou Osseni 14]
5- 9-04 Abidjan Ivory Coast 5-0 Sudan
[Didier Drogba 11pen, Aruna Dindane 15, 64, Giles Yapi Yapo 25,
Bakary Kone 55]
5- 9-04 Cairo Egypt 3-2 Cameroon
[Mohamed Shawki 44, Ahmed Hassan 74pen, Tarek El-Sayed 89;
Bill Tchato 90, Samuel Eto'o 90+1]
DOS GIGANTES DE ÁFRICA : CAMERÚN VS EGIPTO

8-10-04 Tripoli Libya 2-1 Egypt
[Nader Kara 31, Ahmed Osman 84; Amr Zaki 51]
9-10-04 Omdurman Sudan 1-1 Cameroon
[Hamouda Bachir (Faisal Sido?) 18; Joseph-Desire Job 90]
10-10-04 Cotonou Benin 0-1 Ivory Coast
[Aruna Dindane 48]
27- 3-05 Yaoundé Cameroon 2-1 Sudan
[Geremi 35, Achille Webo 90+2; Haytham Tambal 42]
27- 3-05 Abidjan Ivory Coast 3-0 Benin
[Bonaventure Kalou 12, Didier Drogba 18pen, 59]
27- 3-05 Cairo Egypt 4-1 Libya
[Ahmed Hossam 'Mido' 55, Emad Meteab 57, 80, Ahmed Hassan 77;
Osman El Fergani 52]
3- 6-05 Tripoli Libya 0-0 Ivory Coast
4- 6-05 Cotonou Benin 1-4 Cameroon
[Coffi Agbessi 82; Rigobert Song 19, Achile Webo 52, Geremi Njitap 66,
Samuel Eto’o 67pen]
5- 6-05 Cairo Egypt 6-1 Sudan
[Abdelhalim Ali 8, 31, Amr Zaki 28, 51, Tarek El Sayed 64, Ahmed Eid 72;
Haitham Tambal 81]
19- 6-05 Yaoundé Cameroon 1-0 Libya
[Achille Webo 27]
19- 6-05 Abidjan Ivory Coast 2-0 Egypt
[Didier Drogba 42, 49]
17- 8-05 Sudan 1-0 Benin
[Haytham Tambal 20]
2- 9-05 Tripoli Libya 0-0 Sudan
4- 9-05 Abidjan Ivory Coast 2-3 Cameroon
[Didier Drobga 38, 47; Achille Webo 30, 45+2, 85]
4- 9-05 Cairo Egypt 4-1 Benin
[Amr Zaki 12, 16, 84, Ahmed Hossam 65; Stephane Sessegnon 59]
8-10-05 Omdurman Sudan 1-3 Ivory Coast
[Haytham Tambal 89; Kanga Akale 22, Aruna Dindane 51, 73]
8-10-05 Yaoundé Cameroon 1-1 Egypt
[Rodolphe Douala 20; Mohamed Shawky 79]
9-10-05 Cotonou Benin 1-0 Libya
[Rachad Chitou 60]

LA ANGOLA DE FLAVIO AMADO CLASIFICÓ A LA COPA AFRICANA DE NACIONES 2006

Group 4
1.ANGOLA 10 6 3 1 12- 6 21 [2 1 1 0 2-1 4]
2.NIGERIA 10 6 3 1 21- 7 21 [2 0 1 1 1-2 1]
3.ZIMBABWE 10 4 3 3 13-14 15
4.Gabon 10 2 4 4 11-13 10
5.Algeria 10 1 5 4 8-15 8
6.Rwanda 10 1 2 7 6-16 5
ZIMBABWE 2006 NUEVAMENTE CLASIFICADOS A LA COPA AFRICANA DE NACIONES


5- 6-04 Libreville Gabon 1-1 Zimbabwe
[Thierry Issiemou 52; Shingayi Kaondera 84]
5- 6-04 Abuja Nigeria 2-0 Rwanda
[Obafemi Martins 56, 87]
5- 6-04 Annaba Algeria 0-0 Angola
19- 6-04 Kigali Rwanda 3-1 Gabon
[Said Abed 3, 63, Jimmy Mulisa 26; Theo Ngwema 19]
20- 6-04 Luanda Angola 1-0 Nigeria
[Fabrice Akwa 85]
20- 6-04 Harare Zimbabwe 1-1 Algeria
[Madjid Bougherra 59og; Abdelmalek Cherrad 5]
3- 7-04 Libreville Gabon 2-2 Angola
[Thierry Issiemou, Theodore Nze Nguema; Fabrice Akwa, Marco Paulo]
3- 7-04 Abuja Nigeria 1-0 Algeria
[Joseph Yobo 80]
3- 7-04 Kigali Rwanda 0-2 Zimbabwe
[Peter Ndlovu 40, Tinashe Nengomasha 79]
5- 9-04 Annaba Algeria 0-3 Gabon
[Catalina Aubame 56, Georges Akiremy 74, Etienne Bito'o 88]
5- 9-04 Luanda Angola 1-0 Rwanda
[Freddy 51]
5- 9-04 Harare Zimbabwe 0-3 Nigeria
[Julius Aghahowa 4, Joseph Enakhahire 27, Yakubu Aiyegbeni 50pen]
9-10-04 Libreville Gabon 1-1 Nigeria
[Thierry Issiemou 35; Yakubu Ayegbeni 70]
9-10-04 Kigali Rwanda 1-1 Algeria
[Said-Abed Makasi 8; Assad Bourahili 13]
10-10-04 Luanda Angola 1-0 Zimbabwe
[Amado Flavio 52]
26- 3-05 Port Harcourt Nigeria 2-0 Gabon
[Julius Aghahowa 84, Nwankwo Kanu 86]
27- 3-05 Oran Algeria 1-0 Rwanda
[Mansour Boutabout 48]
27- 3-05 Harare Zimbabwe 2-0 Angola
[Shingirai Kawondera 60, Benjamin Mwaruwaru 71]
5- 6-05 Kigali Rwanda 1-1 Nigeria
[Jimmy Gatete 53; Obafemi Martins 79]
5- 6-05 Harare Zimbabwe 1-0 Gabon
[Peter Ndlovu 66pen]
5- 6-05 Luanda Angola 2-1 Algeria
[Flávio Amado 48, Fabrice Akwa 57; Mansour Boutabout 66]
18- 6-05 Franceville Gabon 3-0 Rwanda
[Alain Djissikadie 11, Dieudonne Londo 56, Theodore Zue 60]
18- 6-05 Kano Nigeria 1-1 Angola
[Austin 'Jay-Jay' Okocha 5; Paulo Figuereido 60]
19- 6-05 Oran Algeria 2-2 Zimbabwe
[Antar Yahia 17, Sofiane Daoud 48; Shingayi Kawondera 33, Peter Ndlovu 87]
4- 9-05 Oran Algeria 2-5 Nigeria
[Hanza Yacef 48, Mansour Boutabout 58; Obafemi Martins 20pen, 89, 90,
John Utaka 39, Christian Obodo 81]
4- 9-05 Luanda Angola 3-0 Gabon
[Rene Nsi Akoue 22og, Pedro “Mantorras” Manuel 42, Jose Zé Kalanga 89]
4- 9-05 Harare Zimbabwe 3-1 Rwanda
[Shingarai Kawondera 3, Benjani Mwaruwari 44, Ashley Rambanapasi 75;
Zyenika Makonese 32og]
8-10-05 Franceville Gabon 0-0 Algeria
8-10-05 Lagos Nigeria 5-1 Zimbabwe
[Obafemi Martins 35, 75pen, Yusuf Ayila 62, Nwankwo Kanu 80pen,
Peter Odemwingie 89; Benjamin Mwaruwari 70]
8-10-05 Kigali Rwanda 0-1 Angola
[Fabrice Akwa 79]


Group 5
1.TUNISIA 10 6 3 1 25- 9 21
2.MOROCCO 10 5 5 0 17- 7 20
3.GUINEA 10 5 2 3 15-10 17
4.Kenya 10 3 1 6 8-17 10
5.Botswana 10 3 0 7 10-18 9
6.Malawi 10 1 3 6 12-26 6


NB: Kenya were suspended by FIFA from Jun 2 to Aug 6, leading to
postponement of their first three fixtures
GUINEA 2006


5- 6-04 Blantyre Malawi 1-1 Morocco
[Heston Munthali 45+1; Youssef Safri 26]
5- 6-04 Tunis Tunisia 4-1 Botswana
[Jose Clayton 9, Karim Hagui 35, 78, Ali Zitouni 74; Debhelogo Selolwane 65]
19- 6-04 Gaborone Botswana 2-0 Malawi
[Diphetogo 'Dipsy' Selolwane 5, Nelson Gabolwelwe 24]
20- 6-04 Conakry Guinea 2-1 Tunisia
[Kaba Diawara 10, 46; Najeh Braham 55]
3- 7-04 Gaborone Botswana 0-1 Morocco
[Youssef Mokthari 27]
3- 7-04 Lilongwe Malawi 1-1 Guinea
[Albert Mpinganjira 72; Kaba Diawara 80]
4- 9-04 Nairobi Kenya 3-2 Malawi
[John Baraza 22, 31, Dennis Oliech 26; Malupo Mkhandawire 43,
Heston Munthali 89pen]
4- 9-04 Rabat Morocco 1-1 Tunisia
[Talal El Karkouri 89; Francileudo dos Santos 13]
5- 9-04 Conakry Guinea 4-0 Botswana
[Pascal Feindouno 44pen, Souleymane Youla 54, Kaba Diawara 60,
Fode Mansare 80]
9-10-04 Gaborone Botswana 2-1 Kenya
[Tshepiso Molwantwana 50, Diphetego Selolwane 55; Dennis Oliech 6]
9-10-04 Blantyre Malawi 2-2 Tunisia
[Russell Mwafulirwa 20, Emmanuel Chipatalala 37; Riadh Bouazizi 82,
Jawhar Mnari 90]
10-10-04 Conakry Guinea 1-1 Morocco
[Foge Mansare 52; Marouane Chamakh 5]
17-11-04 Nairobi Kenya 2-1 Guinea
[Dennis Oliech 9, Edwin Mkenya 70; Pascal Feindouno 18pen]
9- 2-05 Rabat Morocco 5-1 Kenya
[Jawad Zairi 12, 39, 90, Mounir Diane 46, Youssef Hadji 81;
Musa Otieno 90+3]
26- 3-05 Nairobi Kenya 1-0 Botswana
[Dennis Oliech 45]
26- 3-05 Rabat Morocco 1-0 Guinea
[Youssef Hadji 65]
26- 3-05 Tunis Tunisia 7-0 Malawi
[Haykel Guemamdia 2, Francileudo dos Santos 13, 52, 76, 77,
José Clayton 60pen, Kais Ghodhbane 79]
4- 6-05 Gaborone Botswana 1-3 Tunisia
[Mogogi Gabonamong 13; Mehdi Nafti 28, Francileudo dos Santos 44,
Wissem El Abdi 78]
4- 6-05 Rabat Morocco 4-1 Malawi
[Youssef Safri 16pen, Youssef Hadji 21, 76, Hocine Kharja 72;
Essau Kanyenda 11]
5- 6-05 Conakry Guinea 1-0 Kenya
[Sambegou Bangoura 67]
11- 6-05 Radès Tunisia 2-0 Guinea
[Jose Clayton 36pen, Adel Chedli 79]
OUSMANE  BANGOURA (GUINEA)

18- 6-05 Nairobi Kenya 0-0 Morocco
18- 6-05 Blantyre Malawi 1-3 Botswana
[Russel Mwafulirwa 48; Tshepiso Molwantwa 10, Diphetogo Selolwane 40,
Tshepo Motlhabankwe 87]
17- 8-05 Tunisia 1-0 Kenya
[Haykel Guemamdia 2]
3- 9-05 Nairobi Kenya 0-2 Tunisia
[Haykel Guemamdia 2, Issam Jomaa 85]
3- 9-05 Rabat Morocco 1-0 Botswana
[Talal El Karkouri 55]
MARRUECOS 2006

4- 9-05 Conakry Guinea 3-1 Malawi
[Pascal Feindouno 12, Kaba Diawara 35, Sambegou Bangoura 67;
Noel Mkandawire 36]
8-10-05 Gaborone Botswana 1-2 Guinea
[Tshepiso Molwantwa 35; Ousmane Bangoura 73, 76]
8-10-05 Blantyre Malawi 3-0 Kenya
[Jimmy Zakazaka 6, Noel Mkandawire 49, 61]
8-10-05 Radès Tunisia 2-2 Morocco
[Jose Clayton 18, Adel Chadli 69; Marouane Chamarh 3,
Talal El Karkouri 42]
MARRUECOS 2006



Match Details
Top-3 of each group qualify for final tournament in Egypt 2006 (top-4 of
group 3 which contains hosts Egypt)


NB: the qualifying tournament doubles as qualifying tournament for the
World Cup 2006


Final Tournament (Egypt)
Group A [in Cairo]
20- 1-06 Egypt 3-0 Libya
21- 1-06 Morocco 0-1 Ivory Coast
WALID REGRAGUI (MARRUECOS) MARCA A DIDIER DROGBA (COSTA DE MARFIL)

24- 1-06 Libya 1-2 Ivory Coast
DROGBA AL AIRE , COSTA MARFIL DERROTO A LIBIA

24- 1-06 Egypt 0-0 Morocco
28- 1-06 Egypt 3-1 Ivory Coast
WAEL GOMAA (EGIPTO)

28- 1-06 Libya 0-0 Morocco
1.EGYPT 3 2 1 0 6- 1 7
2.IVORY COAST 3 2 0 1 4- 4 6
3.Morocco 3 0 2 1 0- 1 2
4.Libya 3 0 1 2 1- 5 1
EGIPTO VS MARRUECOS


Group B [in Cairo]
21- 1-06 Cameroon 3-1 Angola
21- 1-06 Togo 0-2 Congo-Kinshasa
25- 1-06 Angola 0-0 Congo-Kinshasa
25- 1-06 Cameroon 2-0 Togo
29- 1-06 Angola 3-2 Togo
29- 1-06 Cameroon 2-0 Congo-Kinshasa


1.CAMEROON 3 2 0 0 7- 1 9
2.CONGO-KINSHASA 3 1 1 1 2- 2 4 [1 0 1 0 0-0 1]
3.Angola 3 1 1 1 4- 5 4 [1 0 1 0 0-0 1]
4.Togo 3 0 0 3 2- 7 0
CONGO 2006 NUEVAMENTE PRESENTE EN UNA COPA ÁFRICA


Group C [in Alexandria]
22- 1-06 Tunisia 4-1 Zambia
22- 1-06 S. Africa 0-2 Guinea
26- 1-06 Zambia 1-2 Guinea
26- 1-06 Tunisia 2-0 South Africa
30- 1-06 Tunisia 0-3 Guinea
30- 1-06 Zambia 1-0 South Africa


1.GUINEA 3 3 0 0 7- 1 9
2.TUNISIA 3 2 0 1 6- 4 6
3.Zambia 3 1 0 2 3- 6 3
4.South Africa 3 0 0 3 0- 5 0


Group D [in Port Said]
23- 1-06 Nigeria 1-0 Ghana
23- 1-06 Zimbabwe 0-2 Senegal
27- 1-06 Ghana 1-0 Senegal
STEPHEN APPIAH (GHANA) PURO TALENTO

27- 1-06 Nigeria 2-0 Zimbabwe
31- 1-06 Nigeria 2-1 Senegal
TAYE TAIWO (NIGERIA)

31- 1-06 Ghana 1-2 Zimbabwe [in Ismailia]
1.NIGERIA 3 3 0 0 5- 1 9
2.SENEGAL 3 1 0 2 3- 3 3 [2 1 0 1 2-1 3]
3.Ghana 3 1 0 2 2- 3 3 [2 1 0 1 2-2 3]
4.Zimbabwe 3 1 0 2 2- 5 3 [2 1 0 1 2-3 3]
AMDY FAYE (SENEGAL)


Quarterfinals
3- 2-06 Egypt 4-1 Congo-Kinshasa [in Cairo]
3- 2-06 Guinea 2-3 Senegal [in Alexandria]
TODO PRONTO PARA SENEGAL- GUINEA

FINALMENTE SENEGAL ELIMINARÍA A GUINEA DE LA COPA


4- 2-06 Cameroon 1-1 Ivory Coast [aet, 11-12 pen] [in Cairo]
DOS SUPER ESTRELLAS DEL FÚTBOL AFRICANO
SAMUEL ETO´O Y DIDIER DROGBA
SE VIERON LAS CARAS EN EL CAMERÚN X COSTA DE MARFIL DE CUARTOS

4- 2-06 Nigeria 1-1 Tunisia [aet, 6-5 pen] [in Port Said]


Semifinals
7- 2-06 Egypt 2-1 Senegal [in Cairo]
EMAN MOTEAB (EGIPTO)

7- 2-06 Ivory Coast 1-0 Nigeria [in Alexandria]


Third Place Match [Military stadium, Cairo
9- 2-06 Senegal 0-1 Nigeria
OBAFEMI MARTINS (NIGERIA)


Final [National stadium, Cairo]

10- 2-06 Egypt 0-0 Ivory Coast [aet, 4-2 pen]


FINAL


[Feb 10]


In Cairo (Cairo International Stadium)
Egypt 0
Ivory Coast 0
HT: 0-0. 90mins: 0-0.
Att: 74,100. Ref: Mourad Daami (Tunisia).
[Egypt win 4-2 on penalties]
EGY: 1-Essam El-Hadary; 4-Ibrahim Said (14-Abdelhalim Ali 113),
5-Abdelzaher El-Saqqa, 20-Wael Gomaa (7-Ahmed Fathi 21),
3-Mohamed Abdel Wahab; 12-Mohamed Barakat, 11-Mohamed Shawki,
22-Mohamed Aboutraika, 17-Ahmed Hassan ©; 10-Emad Moteab (6-Hassan
Moustafa 82), 19-Amr Zaki.
CIV: 1-Jean-Jacques Tizie; 21-Emmanuel Eboue, 4-Kolo Toure, 6-Blaise
Kouassi, 3-Arthur Boka; 5-Didier Zokora, 19-Yaya Toure (14-Bakary
Kone 91), 7-Emerse Fae, 2-Kanga Akale (8-Bonaventure Kalou 61);
9-Arouna Kone, 11-Didier Drogba ©.
Booked: EGY - El-Saqqa 75.
CIV - Akale 2, Kouassi 43, Eboue 53.
Penalties shoot-out:
Egypt Ivory Coast
Ahmed Hassan scored 1-0 Drogba saved 1-0
Abdel Wahab scored 2-0 Toure scored 2-1
Abdelhalim missed 2-1 B Kone saved 2-1
Amr Zaki scored 3-1 Eboue scored 3-2
Aboutraika scored 4-2
INSÓLITA ESCENA DEL JUGADOR MARFILEÑO (CÍRCULO) PLENA FINAL DE LA CAN 2006 - 

EGIPTO CAMPEÓN 2006

LOS FARAONES EGIPCIOS CON EL TÍTULO DE CAMPEONES AFRICANOS 2006


PLANTEL CAMPEÓN- EGIPTO


EGYPT
Coach: Hassan Shehata.
Captains: Ahmed Hassan/Hossam Hassan.
GK: 23-Mohamed Abou Moncef (Zamalek), 1-Essam El Hadary (Ahly),
16-Abdelwahed El Sayed (Zamalek).
DF: 3-Mohamed Abdelwahab (Ahly), 5-Abdelzaher El Saka (Konyaspor,
Turkey), 2-Ahmed El Sayed (Ahly), 13-Tarek El Sayed (Zamalek),
7-Ahmed Fathi (Ismaili), 20-Wael Gomaa (Ahly), 4-Ibrahim Said
(Zamalek).
MF: 22-Mohamed Abou Treka (Ahly), 12-Mohamed Barakat (Ahly), 21-Ahmed
Eid Abdelmalek (Harras Al Hodoud), 17-Ahmed Hassan (Besiktas,
Turkey), 6-Hassan Mostafa (Ahly), 18-Samir Sabri (ENPPI), 8-El
Moataz Bellah Mohamed Salama (Zamalek), 11-Mohamed Shawky (Ahly).
FW: 14-Abdelhalim Ali (Zamalek), 9-Hossam Hassan (Al Masry), 15-Ahmed
'Mido' Hossam (Tottenham Hotspur, England), 10-Emad Moteab (Ahly),
19-Amr Zaki (ENPPI).
EGIPTO 2006 CAMPEONES AFRICANOS

LA ESTRELLA DEL EGIPTO CAMPEÓN : AHMED HASSAN


GOALSCORERS:
5 - Samuel Eto’o (Cameroon);
4 - Pascal Feindouno (Guinea), Ahmed Hasan (Egypt), Francileudo dos
Santos (Tunisia);
3 - Flavio Amado (Angola), Didier Drogba (Ivory Coast), Emad Moteab
(Egypt);
2 - Ousmane Bangoura, Kaba Diawara (both Guinea), Henri Camara, Mamadou
Niang (both Senegal), Mohamed Aboutraika (Egypt), Obafemi Martins
(Nigeria), Albert Meyong Ze (Cameroon);
1 - Garba Lawal, John Obi Mikel, Obinna Nsofor, Christian Obodo, Taye
Taiwo (all Nigeria), Issa Ba, Souleymane Camara, Pape Bouba Diop
(all Senegal), Slim Benachour, Riadh Bouazizi, Karim Hagui (all
Tunisia), James Chamanga, Christopher Katongo, Elijah Tana (all
Zambia), Hossam Hassan, Ahmed Hossam 'Mido', Amr Zaki (all Egypt),
Arouna Kone, Bakary Kone, Yaya Toure (all Ivory Coast), Baba
Armando, Matthew Amoah (both Ghana), Cephas Chimedza, Benjani
Mwaruwari (both Zimbabwe), Mohamed Cougbadja, Cherif Toure Mamam
(both Togo), Lomana Lua Lua, Tresor Mputu (both DR Congo),
Sambegou Bangoura (Guinea), Abdesalam Khamis (Libya), Norberto
'Maurito' Mulenessa (Angola), Geremi Njitap (Cameroon);
own goal - Abdelzaher El-Saqqa (Egypt).
 CEPHAS CHIMEDZA (ZIMBABWE)


EQUIPO IDEAL CAN 2006
Goalkeeper
  • Essam El-Hadary (EGIPTO)
Defenders
  • Emmanuel Eboué (COSTA DE MARFIL)
  • Rigobert Song (CAMERÚN)
  • Wael Gomaa (EGIPTO)
  • Taye Taiwo (NIGERIA)
Midfielders
  • Stephen Appiah (GHANA)
  • Mohamed Aboutreika (EGIPTO)
  • Ahmed Hassan (EGIPTO)
  • Pascal Feindouno (GUINEA)
Forwards

  •  Didier Drogba (COSTA DE MARFIL)
  •  Samuel Eto'o (CAMERÚN)
TODA LA POTENCIA POR EL LATERAL DERECHO : EMMANUEL EBOUE (COSTA DE MARFIL)


MOHAMED ABOUTREIKA (EGIPTO)

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