Match facts: Congo vs DR Congo (Africa Cup of Nations)

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Democratic Republic of Congo's Jeremy Bokila celebrates after scoring against Tunisia during their Group B soccer match of the 2015 African Cup of Nations in Bata, January 26, 2015. (Photo: REUTERS)
Ahram Online
Saturday 31 Jan 2015
Ahram Online provided a live score coverage for Saturday's match between Congo and DR Congo in the African Cup of Nations

Full time: Congo 2-4 DR Congo
Scorers: Dore 55, Bifouma 62/ Mbokani 65, 91, Bokila 75, Kimwaki 81

Yellow cards: Delvin N'Dinga 84 (Congo)/ Cedric Makiadi 41 (DR Congo) 

Starting line-ups:

Congo: Christoffer Mafoumbi, Boris Moubhibo, Arnold Moutou (N'Guessi Ondama 84), Marvin Baudry, Sagesse Babele, Dimitri Bissiki, Prince Oniangue, Delvin N'Dinga, Francis Litsingi (Cesaire Gandze 84), Ferebory Dore (Dominique Malonga 75), Thievy Bifouma

DR Congo: Robert Kidiaba, Issama Mpeko, Jean Kasusula, Gabriel Zakuani (Joel Kimwaki 50), Chancel Mangulu, Cedric Mongongu, Cedric Makiadi (Nelson Munganga 89), Dieumerci Mbokani, Cedrick Mabwati (Neeskens Kebano 67), Jeremy Bokila, Yannick Bolasie

Venue: Estadio de Bata (Bata)

Referee: Bernard Camille (Seychelles)

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