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Fans react to Moroccan victory in African Nations Championship

By AFP
14 February 2021   |   1:26 pm
Fans who couldn't enter Douala Stadium in Cameroon gather outside to watch the African Nations C hampionship (CHAN) final as Morocco defeat Mali 2-0.

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