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2023 AFCON: Senegal roar past Cameroon 3-1, Cape Verde through to knockouts

By France24
20 January 2024   |   11:58 am
Senegal claimed a comfortable 3-1 victory over Cameroon to qualify for the last 16. The reigning champions scored through Ismaila Sarr, Habib Dialo and Sadio Mané while Jean-Charles Castelletto responded for the Indomitable Lions. Elsewhere, Guinea claimed a 1-0 win over The Gambia while Cape Verde powered past Mozambique with three stunning goals.

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