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AFCON 2024: South Africa break Moroccan hearts in 2-0 masterclass

By France24
31 January 2024   |   9:38 am
Morocco became the latest giants to be toppled at a shock-filled Africa Cup of Nations when they fell 2-0 to South Africa on Tuesday, while Mali also booked a quarter-finals place.

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