Match facts: Equatorial Guinea vs Tunisia (Africa Cup of Nations)

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Ahmed Akaichi of Tunisia celebrates his goal against the Democratic Republic of Congo during their 2015 African Cup of Nations Group B soccer match in Bata January 26, 2015. (Photo: REUTERS)
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Sunday 1 Feb 2015
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Ahram Online is providing a score update for Saturday's match between Equatorial Guinea and Tunisia in the African Cup of Nations

 

FULL TIME: Equatorial Guinea 2-1 Tunisia
Scorers:
Javier Balboa 90+3, 102Ahmed Akaichi 70

 

Yellow cards:

Houcine Ragued (Tunisia)
Mohamed Ali Yaacoubi (Tunisia)
Ahmed Akaichi (Tunisia)
Mohamed Ali Moncer (Tunisia)

 

Starting lineups:

Equatorial GuineaFelipe Ovono - Rui, Enrique Boula Senobua, Armando Bohale Aqueriaco (Ruben Belima 86), Ellong Doualla Viera - Ivan Zarandona, Diosdado Mbele Mangue, Iban Traviese (Iban Bolado Palacios 80), Raul Fabiani Bosio, Emilio Nsue - Javier Angel Balboa Osa (Iban Salvador 65),

Tunisia: Aymen Mathlouthi, Ali Maaloul, Syam Ben Youssef, Mohamed Ali Yaakoubi (Youssef Msakni 104), Aymen Abdennour, Hamza Mathlouthi, Houcine Ragued, Ferjani Sassi, Yassine Chikhaoui, Wahbi Khazri (Mohamed Ali Moncer 85), Ahmed Akaichi (Amine Chermiti 85).

 

Venue: Estadio de Bata (Bata)

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