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Mozambique (R) and Gabon's team hold a minute of silence in tribute of the victims of Paris' attacks prior to the Fifa World Cup 2018 qualifying football match Gabon vs Mozambique, on November 14, 2015 in Libreville (AFP)
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Gabon's Didier Ibrahim Ndong vies with Mozambique's Eduardo Jumisse (R) during the Fifa World Cup 2018 qualifying football match Gabon vs Mozambique, on November 14, 2015 in Libreville (AFP)
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Gabon's Merlin Tandjigora Koumba (R) vies with Mozambique's Elias Pelembe (L) during the Fifa World Cup 2018 qualifying football match Gabon vs Mozambique, on November 14, 2015 in Libreville (AFP)
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Gabon's players celebrate after qualifying for the group stages of the Fifa World Cup 2018 qualifying round at the end of the Gabon vs Mozambique football match, on November 14, 2015 in Libreville (AFP)
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Gabon's Pierre Emerick Aubameyang (C) controls the ball in front of Mozambique's Clesio Bauque (R) during the Fifa World Cup 2018 qualifying football match Gabon vs Mozambique, on November 14, 2015 in Libreville (AFP)
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Mozambique's goalkeeper Sores Victor Soares (C) makes a save in front of Gabon's Didier Ibrahim Ndong (L) during the Fifa World Cup 2018 qualifying football match Gabon vs Mozambique, on November 14, 2015 in Libreville (AFP)
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Gabon's forward Pierre Emerick Aubameyang (R) controls the ball during the Fifa World Cup 2018 qualifying football match Gabon vs Mozambique, on November 14, 2015 in Libreville (AFP)
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Gabon's midfielder Frederic Bullot (R) runs with the ball during the Fifa World Cup 2018 qualifying football match Gabon vs Mozambique, on November 14, 2015 in Libreville (AFP)
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Gabon beat Mozambique 4-3 on penalties to become the first African team to reach the final round of the World Cup qualifiers following a 1-1 aggregate draw

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