What We Learned From Day Three of The 2013 African Cup of Nations

From Africa is a Country Mon Jan 21 2013, 19:31:41

Ethiopia's wily head coach Sewnet Bishaw turned this game with a substitution on 64′, bringing on Addis Hintsa in central midfield. It was Hintsa's through-ball that opened up the Zambian defence, which four minutes earlier had been reduced to three players when Herve Renard went for more goals and swapped full-back Musonda for striker Jacob [...]

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