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1957 African Cup of Nations Final

1957 African Cup of Nations Final
Event 1957 African Cup of Nations
Date 16 February 1957
Venue Municipal Stadium, Khartoum
Referee Mohammed Youssef (Sudan)
Attendance 30,000

The 1957 African Cup of Nations Final was a Confederation of African Football (CAF).

Egypt beat Ethiopia 4−0, with all four goals scored by Ad-Diba.[1]

Contents

  • Route to the final 1
  • Match details 2
    • Details 2.1
  • References 3

Route to the final

Egypt Round Ethiopia
Opponent Result Knockout stage Opponent Result
Sudan  2–1 Semifinals  South Africa w/o1
1 South Africa were disqualified due to apartheid.

Match details

Details

16 February 1957
Egypt  4–0  Ethiopia
Ad-Diba Goal 2'7'68'89' Report
Municipal Stadium, Khartoum
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Mohammed Youssef (Sudan)
GK ' Paraskos Trimeritis 'Brascos'
DF ' Nour El-Dali
DF ' Mosaad Daoud
DF ' Rifaat El-Fanagily
DF ' Hanafi Bastan
MF ' Samir Qotb
MF ' Ibrahim Tawfik
FW ' Mohammed Diab El-Attar
FW ' Raafat Attia
FW ' Alaa El-Hamouly
FW ' Mohammed Abdel-Fattah 'Hamdi'
Manager:
Mourad Fahmy
GK ' Gila-Michael Tekle Mariam
' Adale Tekle Selassie
' Girmaye Fikre Mariam
' Mohammed Ibrahim
' Ayele Tessema
' Adamu Alemu
' Netsere Wolde Selassie
' Zewde Samuel
' Kebede Metaferia
' Asefaw Berhane
' Tekeste Goitom
Manager:

References

  1. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tables/57a.html#Final
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