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1980 African Cup of Nations Final

1980 African Cup of Nations Final
Event 1980 African Cup of Nations
Date March 22, 1980
Venue National Stadium, Lagos
Referee Gebreyesus Tesfaye (Ethiopia)
Attendance 80,000

The 1980 Africa Cup of Nations Final was a football match that took place on March 22, 1980 at the National Stadium in Lagos, Nigeria, to determine the winner of the 1980 African Cup of Nations. Nigeria defeated Algeria 3–0 with two goals from Segun Odegbami and a goal from Muda Lawal, to win their first African Cup.



March 22, 1980
Nigeria  3–0  Algeria
Odegbami Goal 2'42'
Lawal Goal 50'
National Stadium, Lagos
Attendance: 80,000
Referee: Gebreyesus Tesfaye (Ethiopia)
GK 1 Best Ogedegbe
RB 2 David Adiele
CB 5 Christian Chukwu
CB 6 Tunde Bamidele
LB 8 Alloysius Atuegbu
CM 10 Godwin Odiye Substituted off
CM 9 Felix Owolabi
MF 3 Okey Isima
MF 7 Segun Odegbami
FW 4 Muda Lawal
FW 11 Adokiye Amiesimaka
DF 22 Kadiri Ikhana Substituted in
12 Moses Effiong
GK 13 Emmanuel Okala
MF 14 Sylvanus Okpala
15 Ifeanyi Onyedika
16 Martin Eyo
17 John Orlando
18 Shefiu Mohammed
19 Charles Bassey
MF 20 Henry Nwosu
21 Franck Onwuachi
Otto Glória
GK 1 Mehdi Cerbah
RB Chaabane Merzekane
CB Abdelkader Horr
CB Mohamed Khedis
LB 3 Mustapha Kouici
MF Bouzid Mahyouz
MF 8 Ali Fergani
MF 10 Lakhdar Belloumi
FW 7 Salah Assad
FW 9 Tedj Bensaoula Substituted off
FW Hocine Benmiloudi Substituted off
GK Abderrazak Harb
DF Abderrahmane Derouaz
DF Mahmoud Guendouz
DF Salah Larbès
MF Mohamed Ouamar Ghrib
FW Redouane Guemri Substituted in
FW 11 Rabah Madjer Substituted in
FW Smaïl Slimani
Mahieddine Khalef
Zdravko Rajkov

Assistant referees:

External links

  • dzfootFinal match details -
  • rsssfQualifications details -
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