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CAN 2013 final qualifiers results (second leg)
Ahram Online, Sunday 14 Oct 2012
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Senegal vs. Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast’s Kader Keita (R) fights for the ball with Senegal’s Jacques Doudou Faty during the African Cup of Nations qualification match

Second leg match to be played on 13 and 14 October (first leg score in brackets):

Malawi 0-1 Ghana (0-2)
Scorers: Acquah 3
Ghana qualify after beating Malawi 3-0 on aggregate

Botswana 1-4 Mali (0-3)
Scorers: Culafic 90 /Diabeté 29, Maiga 56, Boskovic 72, Raickovic 81
Mali qualify after beating Botswana 7-1 on aggregate

Uganda 1-0 Zambia (0-1)
Scorers: Massa 27 (Zambia qualify for CAN on penalties)

Nigeria 6-1 Liberia (2-2)
Scorers: Efe 2, Musa 38, Moses 40, 87, Mikel 52pen, Uche 72 / Wleh 81
Nigeria qualify after beating Liberia 8-3 on aggregate

Tunisia 0-0 Sierra Leone (2-2)
Tunisia qualify on away goal rule

Senegal vs. Ivory Coast (2-4)
(The game suspended after small fires lit up in one of the stands while the result is 2-0 for the Elephants)

Morocco 4-0 Mozambique (0-2)
Scorers: Berrada 39, Kharja 64 (pen), Arabi 85, Amrabat 90
Morocco qualify with a 4-2 aggregate win

Ethiopia 2-0 Sudan (3-5)
Scorers: Girma 61, Saladin 64
Ethiopia qualify on the away goal rule following a 5-5 aggregate draw

Cameroon 2-1 Cape Verde (0-2)
Scorers: Emana 31, Olinga 95/ Nhuck 22
Cape Verde qualify with a 3-2 aggregate win

Niger 2-0 Guinea (0-1)
Scorers: Chikoto 74, Garba 85
Niger qualify with a 2-1 aggregate win

Angola 2-0 Zimbabwe (1-3)
Scorers: Manucho 5, 7
Angola qualify on the away goal rule following a 3-3 aggregate draw

Togo 2-1 Gabon (1-1)
Scorers: Wome 36, Adebayor 57/ Cousin 80
Togo qualify with a 3-2 aggregate win

Equatorial Guinea 2-1 Democratic Republic Of Congo (0-4)
Democratic Republic Of Congo qualify with 5-2 aggregate win

Burkina Faso 3-1 Central African Republic (0-1)
Burkina Faso qualify with 3-2 aggregate win

Algeria 2-0 Libya (1-0)
Scorers: Soudani 6, Slimani 7
Algeria qualify with a 3-0 aggregate win

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