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    Senegal 0-0 Egypt (4-2 pens) LIVE RESULT: Mane nets winning penalty after missing in game as Senegal win first AFCON

    SENEGAL have earned their first ever AFCON title in a tale of redemption for Sadio Mane.The Liverpool star saw an early penalty in the match saved by Egypt goalkeeper Gabaski.
    But fate would throw him a lifeline as he converted the winning spot kick in the shootout.
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    Pain-killer
    The hurt of the 2019 AFCON final defeat now behind them.
    Koulibaly exorcises his demons from missing that loss to Algeria.
    The Teranga Lions have done it!

    Senegal are AFCON champions!!!!
    Kalidou Koulibaly lifts the trophy.
    A nation celebrates!!!
    Main Mane
    If you had told Sadio Mane it was all going to be okay today after five minutes of this final, he may have said some things we cannot publish.
    Time was a great healer for the Liverpool man today.

    Safe hands
    Edouard Mendy wins the ‘Best Goalkeeper’ award

    Credit: CAF_Online
    Lions roar
    There must have been times where Senegal fans wondered if they would ever be crowned the champions of the Africa Cup of Nations.
    Always the bridesmaid and never the bride.
    Not today, bravo Sénégal!

    History is made
    Senegal have finally broken their African Cup of Nations curse.
    Third time lucky for Aliou Cisse’s team.
    The man who missed from the spot after only four minutes, scoring the winning penalty to clinch the title for the Teranga Lions.

    FT: Senegal 0 Egypt 0 (Senegal win 4-2 on pens)
    The Teranga Lions are AFCON champions!!!!
    Goal – Senegal 4 Egypt 2
    Sadio Mane wins it for Senegal!
    What a way to redeem himself.
    The hero of West Africa!!!
    Miss – Senegal 3 Egypt 2
    Lasheen’s penalty is saved by Mendy.
    Goal – Senegal 3 Egypt 2
    Dieng scores!
    Goal – Senegal 2 Egypt 2
    Hamdy scores.
    Calmly stroking into the bottom left, sending the keeper the wrong way.
    Miss – Senegal 2 Egypt 1
    Gabaski saves Bruno Sarr’s penalty.
    Miss – Senegal 2 Egypt 1
    Abdelmonem hits the post!
    Goal – Senegal 2 Egypt 1
    Diallo slides it into the bottom left corner.
    Goal – Senegal 1 Egypt 1
    Zizo with a penalty into the top left hand corner.
    Goal – Senegal 1 Egypt 0
    Koulibaly scores, just!
    Gabaski gets a hand to it.
    Senegal 0 Egypt 0
    Here we go, penalty shooutout.
    The referee lays the law to both keepers about coming off their line.
    Senegal go first……
    FT: (ET) Senegal 0 Egypt 0
    The referee brings matters to a close.
    We will need a penalty shootout to decide this one.

    Senegal 0 Egypt 0
    118. The corner comes in and Mendy weirdly tips it for another corner.
    Not confident keeping there.
    Egypt whip the corner in and it is headed over.
    Another chance.
    Senegal 0 Egypt 0
    116. Egypt are on the counter attack and work the ball along the Senegal penalty area.
    The ball is played to Hamdy who strikes at goal.
    Fantastic save by Mendy tipping it over the bar.
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    Senegal vs Egypt FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team news – AFCON 2022 final build-up

    THE Africa Cup of Nations final will see Liverpool stars Mo Salah and Sadio Mane face off as seven-time winners Egypt play Senegal, who are aiming to become champions for the first time. Despite Liverpool’s key men being in the spotlight, there are a number of big players on both sides, such as Aston Villa’s Trezeguet and Chelsea’s Edouard Mendy.
    Mohammed Salah (Left) and Sadio Mane (Right) will do battle on SundayCredit: AFP
    Egypt have beaten Ivory Coast and Cameroon, both on penalties, already in the tournament, as well as overcoming Morocco after extra time in the quarter-finals.
    Senegal have faced an easier run of games, but will still go into Sunday’s final as favourites, with Sadio Mane in need of a hat-trick to finish as the golden boot winner.
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    What time does Senegal vs Egypt kick-off?

    Senegal kick-off against Egypt at 7pm UK time TONIGHT – Sunday, February 6.
    The game takes place at The Olembe Stadium in Yaounde, Cameroon.
    The stadium has a capacity of 60,000 people and there will be an 80 per cent capacity allowed.

    What channel is it on and can it be live-streamed?

    The final is available to watch on Sky Sports Premier League, Football and Main Event channels, as well as BBC Three.
    The game can be live-streamed for FREE on the BBC iPlayer.

    Can I watch it for FREE?

    The game can be watched for free on BBC Three.
    The final can also be streamed free of charge on BBC iPlayer or on the BBC Sport website.

    Team news
    Egypt manager Carlos Queiroz will be missing from the side lines after he was sent off in the semi-final win against Cameroon.
    Egypt will look to start their strongest eleven, including Salah, Elneny and Hegazy, but may be forced to rotate elsewhere due to fatigue, as they have been to extra time in all three of their knockout stage games so far.
    Senegal have no fresh injury concerns, and will look to sport their best XI – which includes world beaters such as Sadio Mane, Edouard Mendy and Kalidou Koulibaly.
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    Odds

    Senegal 11/10
    Draw 15/8
    Egypt 3/1

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    Senegal vs Egypt FREE: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for AFCON 2022 final

    The African Cup of Nations final will see Liverpool stars Mo Salah and Sadio Mane face off as seven-time winners Egypt play Senegal, who are aiming to become champions for the first time. Despite Liverpool’s key men being in the spotlight, there are a number of big players on both sides, such as Aston Villa’s Trezeguet and Chelsea’s Edouard Mendy.
    Mohammed Salah (Left) and Sadio Mane (Right) will do battle on Sunday.Credit: AFP
    Egypt have beaten Ivory Coast and Cameroon, both on penalties, already in the tournament, as well as overcoming Morocco after extra time in the quarter-finals.
    Senegal have faced an easier run of games, but will still go into Sunday’s final as favourites, with Sadio Mane in need of a hat-trick to finish as the golden boot winner.
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    What time does Senegal vs Egypt kick-off?

    Senegal kick-off against Egypt at 7pm UK time on Sunday, February 6.
    The game takes place at The Olembe Stadium in Yaounde, Cameroon.
    The stadium has a capacity of 60,000 people and there will be an 80 per cent capacity allowed.

    What channel is it on and can it be live-streamed?

    The final is available to watch on Sky Sports Premier League, Football and Main Event channels, as well as BBC Three.
    The game can be live-streamed for FREE on the BBC iPlayer.

    Can I watch it for FREE?

    The game can be watched for free on BBC Three.
    The final can also be streamed free of charge on BBC iPlayer or on the BBC Sport website.

    Team news
    Egypt manager Carlos Queiroz will be missing from the side lines after he was sent off in the semi-final win against Cameroon.
    Egypt will look to start their strongest eleven, including Salah, Elneny and Hegazy, but may be forced to rotate elsewhere due to fatigue, as they have been to extra time in all three of their knockout stage games so far.
    Senegal have no fresh injury concerns, and will look to sport their best XI – which includes world beaters such as Sadio Mane, Edouard Mendy and Kalidou Koulibaly.
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    Odds

    Senegal 11/10
    Draw 15/8
    Egypt 3/1

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    Cameroon vs Egypt LIVE: Pharaohs WIN on penalty shoot-out as Cameroon miss THREE spot kicks – AFCON 2022 latest updates

    EGYPT will face Senegal in Sunday’s AFCON final after beating Cameroon on penalties in their semi-final.A lively goalless draw saw Pharaohs boss Carlos Queiroz SENT OFF for clashing with officials, before Cameroon missed THREE spot-kicks in the shoot-out for Egypt to prevail.

    Result: Cameroon 0-0 Egypt (Egypt win 3-1 on pens)
    TV/ live stream: Sky Sports Main Event, BBC Three/ iPlayer (free)
    Cameroon XI: Onana, Fai, Ngamaleu, Tolo, Ngadeu, Castelleto, Hongla, Gouet, Anguissa, Aboubakar, Toko Ekambi
    Egypt XI: Gabal, Fathi, El Wensh, Abdelmonem, Elneny, Kamal, El Soleya, El Fotouh, Salah, Mohamed, Marmoush

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    Egypt will play Senegal in Sunday’s final.
    The Salah vs Mane final so many dreamt of is a reality.
    For everyone bar Jurgen Klopp that is.

    Cameroon 0 Egypt 0 (AET)
    Egypt win 3-1 on penalties.
    Cameroon 1 Egypt 3
    Terrible penalty by N’Jie.
    Two-step run up and lofted wide.
    Cameroon 1 Egypt 3
    Lasheen strokes it home.
    GGGGOOOOAAAALLLLL
    Cameroon 1 Egypt 2
    Gabaski goes the right way and saves Siliki’s shot.
    Cameroon 1 Egypt 2
    Ahmed scores.
    GGGGGOOOOAAAALLLLL
    Cameroon 1 Egypt 1
    Moukoudi misses. Poor penalty, allowing the keeper to get down and save.
    Cameroon 1 Egypt 1
    Zizo sits Onana down and strokes it home.
    GGGGGOOOAAAAALLLLL
    Cameroon 1 Egypt 0
    Aboubakar scores, sending the keeper the wrong way.
    GGGGGOOOOAAAALLLLL
    Cameroon 0 Egypt 0
    Egypt win the coin toss and decide Cameroon will take the first penalty….

    FT: Cameroon 0 Egypt 0 (AET)
    We will be needing penalties to decide this one.
    Cameroon 0 Egypt 0
    90. One additional minute….
    Cameroon 0 Egypt 0
    118. What a chance!
    Sobhi has the ball on the byline, drops his shoulder, the defender slips and gives him all the time in the world to cross.
    He drills it across the six yard box, any touch would surely take it in.
    Fortunately for Cameroon it fizzes through and goes out for a throw in.
    Cameroon 0 Egypt 0
    117. Zizo comes on for Sherif.
    Considering he came on a substitute himself at the start of extra time, that must hurt.
    I am guessing we will see Zizo take a penalty if we go that far.

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    Burkina Faso 1 Senegal 3: Watch Sadio Mane’s deadly finish as Liverpool star and Edouard Mendy book Afcon final spot

    SADIO MANE and Edouard Mendy’s Africa Cup of Nations adventure is going all the way after the Liverpool hero sealed Senegal’s place in Sunday’s final. Mane hit Burkina Faso on the break to wrap up a 3-1 win five minutes from time and become his country’s all-time joint top goalscorer.
    Senegal booked their spot in the Afcon final by beating Burkina Faso 3-1Credit: Reuters
    Sadio Mane wrapped up the win with his record-equalling 29th international goalCredit: Reuters

    Abdou Diallo had scored just once for Senegal before – and is yet to find the net in 72 games for Paris Saint-Germain – when he stabbed in the opener on 70 minutes before Mane set up Idrissa Gueye made it 2-0.
    Burkina Faso looked to stage a mighty comeback when Blati Toure kneed in past Mendy.
    But Mane secured the win on the counter – and now hands over to pal Mo Salah to see if he can fire Egypt past Afcon hosts Cameroon in the other semi-final to set up and all-Liverpool showdown.
    In a dramatic first half, Senegal had THREE penalty shouts turned down.
    Firstly, Burkina Faso goalkeeper Herve Koffi came rushing out to punch clear and clattered Cheikhou Kouyate, who then fell on the stopper’s head.
    But referee Bamlak Tessema Weyesa decided there was no foul when he watched the replays on the VAR monitor.
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    Koffi was taken down the tunnel on a stretcher after the nasty collision.
    Mane was then denied a spot-kick when Issa Kabore dangled in a leg but there was not enough in it to warrant a foul.
    Sub goalkeeper Farid Ouedraogo pushed away a Mane effort in the fifth minute of first-half injury time.
    But there was still time for a third appeal – and this time Senegal got it… to start with.
    Edmond Tapsoba blocked a sweet strike with his elbow.
    But had his arm tucked into his body and Weyesa overturned his decision having taken a second look pitchside.
    Burkina Faso goalkeeper Herve Koffi was taken off on a stretcherCredit: AFP
    Mane thought he should have had a penalty in the first halfCredit: AFP
    Referee Bamlak Tessema Weyesa made the right calls after consulting the VAR monitorCredit: Reuters
    Senegal got their breakthrough on 70 minutes when Kalidou Koulibaly’s overhead kick from a corner fell to Diallo who side-footed home.
    It should have made it 2-0 just three minutes later but a back-post header was somehow headed wide.
    Seconds later, though, it was 2-0 when Mane worked hard to pinch the ball back and rolled it back for Gueye and Bamba Dieng who both claimed to get the final touch sliding into the unguarded net.
    Toure’s late run into the box and unconventional finish completely bamboozled the Chelsea goalkeeper.
    With eight minutes to go, the Stallions were dreaming of a dramatic second to send it into extra-time.
    But a bizarre mix up in Burkina Faso’s attack as they searched for that late equaliser saw one player slide tackle another.
    Senegal broke quickly and Mane did the business, dinking over Ouedraogo for his 29th international goal, tying him level with ex-Wigan and Wolves striker Henri Camara.
    Abdou Diallo grabbed the opener with a snap shot from a cornerCredit: AFP
    Idrissa Gueye, right, got the final touch ahead of team-mate Bamba Dieng for 2-0Credit: AFP
    Blati Toure, middle, pulled one back with eight minutes to go off his kneeCredit: Reuters
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    Senegal 3 Burkina Faso 1 LIVE REACTION: Sadio Mane notches as Lions of Teranga book spot in AFCON 2022 final – updates

    SENEGAL booked their place in the AFCON 2022 final with a 3-1 win over Burkina Faso in Yaounde. Abdou Diallo, Idrissa Gueye and Sadio Mane were all on target for the Lions of Teranga.

    Kick-off time: 7pm
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    FT: Burkina Faso 1 Senegal 3
    Aliou Cisse will breath a sigh of relief as he takes the Teranga Lions into their second successive AFCON final.
    They now look forward to their third ever AFCON final against either Cameroon or Egypt.
    No other team has appeared at as many AFCON finals as Senegal without winning the tournament.
    Third time lucky?
    Burkina Faso 1 Senegal 3
    90+3. That’s it.
    The referee blows his whistle.
    Can this be Senegal’s year?

    Burkina Faso 1 Senegal 3
    90+1. Traore tries to attack at pace for The Stallions but he is flagged offside.
    Burkina Faso 1 Senegal 3
    90. We will have three minutes of added time…..
    Burkina Faso 1 Senegal 3
    87. Tapsoboa looks to attack but gets tackled by his own player Toure who is laying on the ground.
    Senegal pick the ball up and with one pass Mane is clean through on goal.
    What a finish!
    As the keeper comes rushing out, Mane is as calm as you like, dinking the ball over him.
    GGGGGGGOOOOOOOAAAAAALLLLL
    Burkina Faso 1 Senegal 2
    85. Burkina Faso have put doubt in Senegal minds.
    Suddenly when crosses come in, they are not being dealt with, it is not being cleared.

    Burkina Faso 1 Senegal 2
    82. Burkina Faso attack down the right hand side.
    They fashion a cross and Toure knees it into the net.
    It sounds like a tap in but he was about 12 yards out.
    Game on!
    GGGGGGGOOOOOOAAAAAALLLLLL
    Burkina Faso 0 Senegal 2
    81. The Stallions have a final throw of the dice by bringing some fresh legs on.
    They have to go for this now with so little time left.
    Burkina Faso 0 Senegal 2
    78. After struggling to score goals in the group phase, Senegal seem to be peaking at the right time.
    That’s seven goals and counting in the knockout rounds.

    Burkina Faso 0 Senegal 2
    76. Brilliant play by Mane, hunting down the defender trying to clear his own lines.
    Mane disposes him on the byline, runs inside and unselfishly squares it for Gueye and Dieng to try and slide home.
    It seems Dieng got the final touch.
    GGGGGGOOOOOOAAAAAALLLLLLL
    Burkina Faso 0 Senegal 1
    76. Big chance!
    Free kick is swung into the box and they pick out Papa Gueye perfectly.
    Somehow he heads it wide.
    Burkina Faso 0 Senegal 1
    73. Free kick to Senegal deep in their own half.
    Edouard Mendy launches it forward with Sadio Mane collecting the ball.
    He is chopped to the ground wide of the goal.

    Burkina Faso 0 Senegal 1
    70. The corner comes in and isn’t cleared by Burkina Faso.
    The ball scrambles to Diallo on the half volley who strokes it into the net.
    Big goal for the Teranga Lions!
    GGGGGGOOOOOOAAAAALLLLLLL
    Burkina Faso 0 Senegal 0
    68. We almost saw the weirdest assist in AFCON then.
    The ball is played into The Stallions player in the centre of his own half.
    He lets the ball go through his own legs as if he thought a teammate was behind him to surge on.
    He wasn’t.
    Burkina Faso 0 Senegal 0
    67. Corner conceded.
    Sangare whips it in but it is too close to the keeper.
    Burkina Faso 0 Senegal 0
    64. Diedhiou comes off for Ismaela Sarr.
    Burkino Faso counter, looking to thread one through to Toure.
    Senegal win the ball back and come streaming forward.
    This is starting to open up a bit now.
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    Cameroon vs Egypt FREE: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for huge AFCON 2022 semi-final

    CAMEROON are up against Egypt in a huge AFCON 2022 semi-final with the stakes higher than ever. The Indomitable Lions beat Gambia 2-0 in their semi-final thanks to a brilliant brace from Karl Toko Ekambi last week.
    Cameroon are hoping to get to the final of AFCON 2022 but must face Egypt firstCredit: AFP
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    Egypt, on the other hand, struggled in a tight affair against Morocco, but ultimately got the job done with a 2-1 win in extra-time.
    Mohamed Salah scored the equaliser and brilliantly assisted the equaliser, and Egypt will be relying on their man to put in a big performance again in the semis.
    What time does Cameroon vs Egypt kick-off?

    Cameroon’s big AFCON 2022 semi-final clash with Egypt will get underway from 7pm UK time on Thursday, February 3.
    The game will be played at the Olembe Stadium in Yaounde, Cameroon.
    There will be an 80 per cent capacity inside the stadium to watch the match.

    What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

    Cameroon vs Egypt will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League.
    The game will also be shown on BBC Three and the BBC iPlayer.
    You can live stream the action from the Sky Go or NOW TV apps, both of which are available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.

    Can I watch for FREE?

    Yes, the game is available for FREE on BBC Three, so long as you have a TV licence.
    You can also catch the action on the BBC iPlayer.

    Team news
    Karl Toko Ekambi is certain to lead the line again for Cameroon following his heroics in the semi-final against Gambia.
    Cameroon have no injury worries to contend with and should start with the same XI they used in their win over the Scorpions last week.
    Egypt, however, won’t have Hamdi Fathi on the pitch after he injured himself in the las-16 win over Ivory Coat.
    Akram Tawfik is also injured, but Egypt have star man Mohamed Salah ready team from the front and inspire them to Sunday’s final.
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    Odds

    Cameroon – 23/20
    Draw – 9/5
    Egypt – 31/10
    Cameroon to qualify – 1/2
    Egypt to qualify – 7/5

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    Senegal vs Burkina Faso FREE: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for AFCON 2022 semi-final clash

    SENEGAL have a huge opportunity to win their first ever AFCON title, but they must first overcome Burkina Faso in their semi-final. The Lions of Teranga overcame Equatorial Guinea in the quarter-finals, beating them 3-1 after a less than confident start in the game.
    Senegal fans are waiting to see their country lift a first ever AFCON titleCredit: AFP
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    Burkina Faso, however, have had a fruitful tournament themselves, reaching the final four of the competition, a feat not many expected.
    They beat Tunisia 1-0 in the quarter-finals but their goalscorer Dango Ouattara was sent off and will miss the semis.
    What time does Senegal vs Burkina Faso kick-off?

    Senegal’s big AFCON 2022 semi-final with Burkina Faso will get going from 7pm UK time on Wednesday, February 2.
    The game will take place at the Stade Omnisport Ahmadou Ahidjo in Yaounde, Cameroon.
    There will be a 60 per cent capacity inside the stadium to watch the game.

    What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

    Senegal vs Burkina Faso will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event.
    The game will also be available to watch on BBC Three and on the BBC iPlayer.
    You can live stream the action from the Sky Go or NOW TV apps, both of which are available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.

    Can I watch for FREE?

    Yes, the game is available for FREE on BBC Three, so long as you have a TV licence.
    You can also catch the action on the BBC iPlayer.

    Team news
    The big missing player for Burkina Faso is their quarter-final game winner Dango Ouattara, who was sent off late in the clash with Tunisia.
    His namesake Djibril Ouattara also won’t be able to play against Senegal after coming off in the quarter-finals with an injury.
    Senegal are unlikely to name a different lineup to the one that started against Equatorial Guinea.
    Sadio Mane will lead the line, Edouard Mendy will be in goal and Abdou Diallo will be anchoring the midfield alongside Idrissa Gueye.
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    Odds

    Senegal – 4/5
    Draw – 19/10
    Burkina Faso – 9/2
    Senegal to qualify – 3/10
    Burkina Faso to qualify – 11/5

    *Odds courtesy of Betfair and correct at time of publication. More