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1986 African Cup of Nations Final

1986 African Cup of Nations Final
Event 1986 African Cup of Nations
Egypt won 5–4 on (penalties)
Date 21 March 1986
Venue Cairo International Stadium, Cairo
Referee Ali Bennaceur (Tunisia)
Attendance 95,000

The 1986 African Cup of Nations Final was a Confederation of African Football (CAF).

Egypt won the title for the third time by beating Cameroon 5–4 on penalties with the game ending 0–0.[1]

Contents

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

Route to the final

Match details

Details

Egypt
Cameroon
GK ' Thabet El-Batal
CB ' Ashraf Kasem
CB ' Mohamed Omar  46'
CB ' Hamada Sedki
RWB ' Rabie Yassin
CM ' Ali Shehata
CM ' Magdi Abdelghani
LWB ' Mostafa Abdou
AM ' Gamal Abdel Hamid
FW ' Tahar Abouzid  46'
FW ' Mahmoud El Khatib  48'
Substitutions:
FW ' Tarek Yehia  46'
AM ' Alaa Mayhoub  46'
Manager:
Mike Smith
GK ' Thomas N'kono
DF ' Ibrahim Aoudou
DF ' Victor N'Dip
DF ' Isaac Sinkot
DF ' Emmanuel Kundé
DF ' André Kana-Biyik
MF ' Grégoire M'Bida
MF ' Emile M'Bouh
MF ' Louis M'Fédé
FW ' Ernest Ebongue  81'
FW ' Roger Milla (c)
Substitutions:
MF ' Mamadou Oumarou  81'
Manager:
Claude Le Roy

References

  1. ^ http://www.footballdatabase.eu/football.coupe.egypte.cameroun.41389.en.html
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