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AFCON 2017: Reaching final ‘a dream’ for Cameroon coach

By AFP
03 February 2017   |   5:10 am
Hugo Broos, Cameroon's coach says that reaching the final of Africa Cup of Nations 2017 is "a dream". Cameroon defeated Ghana 2-0 in Franceville, sending them to Sunday's final where they will face Egypt.

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