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PHOTO GALLERY: Mali, Cameroon, Ivory Coast and Guinea draw in Nations Cup


Serey Die
Serey Die of Ivory Coast reacts as he is challenged by Guinea's Ibrahima Sory Conte during their Group D soccer match of the 2015 African Cup of Nations in Malabo (Reuters)
Yattara
Mohamed Lamine Yattara (3rd R) of Guinea scores a goal against Ivory Coast (Reuters)
Yaya Toure
Ivory Coast's Yaya Toure, left, battles for the ball with Guinea's Kevin Constant (AP)
Pogba
Ivory Coast's Yaya Toure, right, watches as Guinea's Florentin Pogba' heads the ball (AP)
Ambroise Oyongo
Cameroon's Ambroise Oyongo, celebrates after scoring a goal against Mali (AP)
Mustapha Yatabare
Mustapha Yatabare (3rd L) of Mali celebrates his goal against Cameroon (Reuters)
Oyongo
Cameroon's Ambroise Oyongo, left, celebrates after scoring a goal against Mali (AP)
Mustapha Yatabare
Mustapha Yatabare of Mali celebrates his goal against Cameroon (Reuters)
Aurelien Chedjou
Mali players react as Cameroon's Aurelien Chedjou kicks (Reuters)
Sergy Aurier
Ivory Coast's Sergy Aurier, right, is tackled by Guinea's Issiaga Sylla (AP)
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