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That’s going to hurt!
Peter Etebo goes in HARD on Georges Mandjeck and the Nigeria player gets himself a stern telling off from the referee for doing so.
He’s lucky to escape a yellow card.
BBC Africa Sport in Alexandria
This is a very nice
stadium. The main stand looks more like a villa and at one end we have a very
nice arch with some ancient Olympic style pictures on them.
Then at the opposite end
in one corner is the ancient ruin of a castle – after all this is the oldest
stadium in Africa built in a city founded in the time of Alexander the Great.
It is also a smaller
stadium and even though it has an athletics track round it (covered with a blue
carpet) it feels more intimate than the stadiums in Cairo.
Its compactness also
means more of an atmosphere created by the limited fans in here.
On paper this looks a
real clash of the African heavyweights – but neither team has impressed at this
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Nigeriaboss Gernot Rohr responds to his side’s shock defeat to Madagascar on 30 June by making FIVE changes.
Leicester’s Wilfred Ndidi and Arsenal’s Alex Iwobi are among those returning to the side.
Nigeria XI:Akpeyi, Awaziem, Troost-Ekong, Omeruo, Aina, Ndidi, Etebo, Iwobi, Simon, Ighalo, Musa.
Just the three changes forCameroon,who include Paris St-Germain’s ex-Stoke City forward Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting.
Cameroon XI:Onana, Banana, Ngadeu, Collins, Oyongo, Mandjeck, Malong; Njie, Choupo-Moting, Bassogog, Bahoken.
Welcome to day 16 at the Africa Cup of Nations!
We have an absolute humdinger of a game in Alexandria between two giants of African football – reigning champions Cameroon against three-time champions Nigeria.
For the winners, a trip to Cairo to face hosts Egypt or South Africa, who play later, in the quarter-finals.
For the losers, it’s the end of the tournament.
Their Africa Cup of Nations triumph of 2017 already seems an age ago.
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Cameroon have stuttered in Egypt, failing to win – or score – in their last two games.
Now they’re up against a Nigeria side desperate to be crowned champions for the first time since 2013.