1994 African Cup of Nations


1994 African Cup of Nations

Infobox International Football Competition
tourney_name =
year = 1994
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size =
caption =
country = Tunisia
dates = 26 March10 April
num_teams = 12
confederations = 1
venues = 3
cities = 2
champion = NGA
count = 2
second = ZAM
third = CIV
fourth = MLI
matches = 20
goals = 44
attendance =
top_scorer = flagicon|Nigeria Rashidi Yekini (5)
player =
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The 1994 African Cup of Nations was the 19th edition of the African Cup of Nations, the soccer championship of Africa (CAF). It was hosted by Tunisia, who replaced original hosts Zaire. Just as in 1992, the field of twelve teams was split into four groups of three. Nigeria won its second championship, beating Zambia in the final 2-1.

Host Cities & Venues

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team1 = fb-rt|TUN
score = 0-2
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team2 = fb|MLI
goals1 =
goals2 = Coulibaly 25'
Sidibé 34'
stadium = Stade El Menzah, Tunis
Attendance: 45,000
Ref: Lim Kee Chong (Mauritius)
----footballbox | date = March 28, 1994
team1 = fb-rt|MLI
score = 0-1
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team2 = fb|ZAI
goals1 =
goals2 = Basaula 48'
stadium = Stade El Menzah, Tunis
Attendance: 8,000
Ref: Ali Bujsaim (UAE)
----footballbox | date = March 30, 1994
team1 = fb-rt|TUN
score = 1-1
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team2 = fb|ZAI
goals1 = Rouissi 43' (pen)
goals2 = Ngoy 55'
stadium = Stade El Menzah, Tunis
Attendance: 45,000
Ref: Jamal Al-Sharif (Syria)

Group B

footballbox | date = March 27, 1994
team1 = fb-rt|GHA
score = 1-0
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team2 = fb|GUI
goals1 = Akonnor 87'
goals2 =
stadium = Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse
Attendance: 10,000
Ref: Petros Mathabela (South Africa)
----footballbox | date = March 29, 1994
team1 = fb-rt|SEN
score = 2-1
report=
team2 = fb|GUI
goals1 = Gueye 46' (pen)
Tendeng 50'
goals2 = A. Camara 44'
stadium = Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse
Attendance: 6,000
Ref: Hussein Ali Moussa (Egypt)
----footballbox | date = March 31, 1994
team1 = fb-rt|GHA
score = 1-0
report=
team2 = fb|SEN
goals1 = Polley 42'
goals2 =
stadium = Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse
Attendance: 6,000
Ref: Ali Bujsaim (UAE)

Knockout Stages

Round8-with third
April 2 - Tunis|fb|ZAI|0|fb|NGA|2
April 3 - Sousse|fb|GHA|1|fb|CIV|2
April 2 - Tunis|fb|EGY|0|fb|MLI|1
April 3 - Sousse|fb|ZAM|1|fb|SEN|0
April 6 - Tunis|fb|NGA (pso)|2 (4)|fb|CIV|2 (2)
April 6 - Tunis|fb|MLI|0|fb|ZAM|4
April 10 - Tunis|fb|NGA|2|fb|ZAM|1
April 10 - Tunis|fb|CIV|3|fb|MLI|1

Quarterfinals

footballbox | date = April 2, 1994
team1 = fb-rt|ZAI
score = 0-2
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team2 = fb|NGA
goals1 =
goals2 = Yekini 51', 71' (pen)
stadium = Stade El Menzah, Tunis
Attendance: 2,000
Ref: Lim Kee Chong (Mauritius)
----footballbox | date = April 2, 1994
team1 = fb-rt|EGY
score = 0-1
report=
team2 = fb|MLI
goals1 =
goals2 = S. Traoré 64'
stadium = Stade El Menzah, Tunis
Attendance: 3,000
Ref: Charles Masembe (Uganda)
----footballbox | date = April 3, 1994
team1 = fb-rt|ZAM
score = 1-0
report=
team2 = fb|SEN
goals1 = Sakala 38'
goals2 =
stadium = Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse
Attendance: 8,000
Ref: Jamal Al-Sharaf (Syria)
----footballbox | date = April 3, 1994
team1 = fb-rt|GHA
score = 1-2
report=
team2 = fb|CIV
goals1 = Akonnor 77'
goals2 = Tiéhi 30'
Traoré 81'
stadium = Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse
Attendance: 8,000
Ref: Ali Bujsaim (UAE)

emifinals

footballbox | date = April 6, 1994
team1 = fb-rt|NGA
score = 2-2 (AET)
4-2 (PSO)
report=
team2 = fb|CIV
goals1 = Iroha 26'
Yekini 40'
goals2 = Bassolé 19', 31'
stadium = Stade El Menzah, Tunis
Attendance: 2,000
Ref: Ali Bujsaim (UAE)
penshootoutbox
penalties1 = George: scored
Siasia: missed
: scored
: scored
Yekini: scored
penaltyscore = 4-2
penalties2 = Kouamé: scored
Fallet: scored
Bassolé: missed
Amani: missed
----footballbox | date = April 6, 1994
team1 = fb-rt|ZAM
score = 4-0
report=
team2 = fb|MLI
goals1 = Litana 8'
Saileti 30'
K. Bwalya 47'
Malitoli 73'
goals2 =
stadium = Stade El Menzah, Tunis
Attendance: 2,000
Ref: Charles Masembe (Uganda)

Third place playoff

footballbox | date = April 10, 1994
team1 = fb-rt|CIV
score = 3-1
report=
team2 = fb|MLI
goals1 = Koné 2'
Ouattara 67'
Sie 70'
goals2 = Diallo 46'
stadium = Stade El Menzah, Tunis
Attendance: 15,000
Ref: Petros Mathabela (South Africa)

Final

footballbox | date = April 10, 1994
team1 = fb-rt|NGA
score = 2-1
report=
team2 = fb|ZAM
goals1 = Amunike 5', 47'
goals2 = Litana 3'
stadium = Stade El Menzah, Tunis
Attendance: 25,000
Ref: Lim Kee Chong (Mauritius)

Individual scorers

5 goals
*flagicon|Nigeria Rashidi Yekini

4 goals
*flagicon|Cote d'Ivoire Joël Tiéhi

2 goals
*flagicon|Cote d'Ivoire Michel Bassolé
*flagicon|Egypt Bashir Abdel Samad
*flagicon|Ghana Charles Akonnor
*flagicon|Nigeria Emmanuel Amunike
*flagicon|Zambia Elijah Litana
*flagicon|Zambia Kenneth Malitoli
1 goal
*flagicon|Cote d'Ivoire Tchiressoua Guel
*flagicon|Cote d'Ivoire Adama Koné
*flagicon|Cote d'Ivoire Ahmed Ouattara
*flagicon|Cote d'Ivoire Donald-Olivier Sie
*flagicon|Cote d'Ivoire Abdoulaye Traoré
*flagicon|Egypt Hamza El-Gamal
*flagicon|Egypt Ayman Mansour
*flagicon|Ghana Prince Polley
*flagicon|Guinea Aboubacar Titi Camara
*flagicon|Mali Fernand Coulibaly
*flagicon|Mali Amadou Diallo
*flagicon|Mali Modibo Sidibé
*flagicon|Mali Soumaila Traoré
*flagicon|Nigeria Mutiu Adepoju
*flagicon|Nigeria Ben Iroha
*flagicon|Senegal Momath Gueye
*flagicon|Senegal Athanas Tendeng
*flagicon|Tunisia Faouzi Rouissi
*flagicon|Zaire Lemba Basaula
*flagicon|Zaire Nsumbu Ngoy
*flagicon|Zambia Kalusha Bwalya
*flagicon|Zambia Zeddy Saileti
*flagicon|Zambia Evans Sakala

External links

* [http://www.rsssf.com/tables/94a.html Details at RSSSF]


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