Afcon Day 2: What we learned from Ghana vs DR Congo and Mali vs Niger

From Africa is a Country Sun Jan 20 2013, 18:30:05

No goals on Day 1, but they were flying in on Day 2! Great goals they were too: Agyemang-Badu's box-busting team goal, Kwadwo Asamoah's crafty back-post header (he's only 5'8"), graceful Eto'o-like precision from Tresor Mputu, and the colossal Seydou Keita's dramatic last gasp winner for Mali. Davy Lane posted two delightful match-report nuggets:  Ghana [...]

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