Afcon 2017: Burkina Faso Eliminate Guinea Bissau to Book Quarters Berth

Burkina Faso progress to the last eight as group A winners

Burkina Faso Stallions marched to the Africa Cup of Nations quarterfinals with a 2-0 win over debutants Guinea Bissau on Sunday night in Franceville.

Rudinilison Silva headed Bertrand Traore’s cross past his own keeper to gift the Stallions an early eleventh minute lead.

The Djurtus, viagra dosage named after a famous wild dog in Guinea Bissau, information pills surged thereafter in search of an equaliser but Rudinilson, ambulance Piqueti and Mendy had their chances saved or skewed away from target.

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Bertrand Traore sealed Guinea Bissau’s fate twelve minutes into the second half. Experienced striker Aristide Bance set up Prejuce Nakoulma who rushed his way and cut in for Traore.

Burkina Faso progress as group A winners after Cameroon picked a goalless draw in Libreville against the hosts. They will play group B runners up while Cameroon date Senegal.


Guinea Bissau: Jonas Mendes, Tomas Dabo, Rudinilson Silva, Zezinho, Francisco Junior (76′ Aldair), Nani (63′ Lassana Camara), Frederic Mendy, Juary Soares, Toni Silva, Piqueti (65′ Abel Issa Camara), Mamadu

Burkina Faso: Herve Koffi Kouakou, Steeve Yago, Bakary Kone, Prejuce Nakoulma, Abdou Razack Traore, Issoufou Dayo, Alain Traore (67′ Ibrahim Blati Toure), Aristide Bance (59′ Cyrille Bayala), Charles Kabore, Bertrand Traore (78′ Bakary Sare), Yacouba Coulibaly


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