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1988 African Cup of Nations Final

1988 African Cup of Nations Final
Event 1988 African Cup of Nations
Date 27 March 1988
Venue Stade Mohamed V, Casablanca
Referee Idrissa Sarr (Mauritania)
Attendance 60,000

The 1988 Africa Cup of Nations Final was a football match that took place on 27 March 1988 at the Stade Mohamed V in Casablanca, Morocco to determine the winner of the 1988 African Cup of Nations. Cameroon defeated Nigeria 1–0 with a lone goal from Emmanuel Kundé in the 55th minute.

Match

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27 March 1988
Cameroon  1–0  Nigeria
Kundé Goal 55' (pen.)
Stade Mohamed V, Casablanca
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Idrissa Sarr (Mauritania)
Cameroon
Nigeria
GK 1 Joseph-Antoine Bell
DF 2 André Kana-Biyik
DF 14 Stephen Tataw
DF 4 Benjamin Massing
DF Charlie Ntamark
DF 6 Emmanuel Kundé
MF 12 Cyrille Makanaky
MF Bertin Ollé-Ollé Substituted off 33'
MF 8 Emile Mbouh
MF 10 Louis-Paul Mfédé
FW 9 Roger Milla
Substitutions:
MF Richard Abena Substituted in 33'
Manager:
Claude Le Roy
GK 1 Peter Rufai
DF Yisa Sofoluwe
DF 4 Stephen Keshi
DF Sunday Eboigbe
DF 13 Bright Omokaro
MF Augustine Eguavoen
MF Samuel Okwaraji
MF 10 Henry Nwosu
MF Ndubuisi Okosieme
FW 17 Folorunso Okenla Substituted off 76'
FW 14 Rashidi Yekini
Substitutions:
DF 2 Uche Okafor
FW 7 Humphrey Edobor Substituted in 76'
Manager:
Manfred Höner

Assistant referees:
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