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AFCON: Thrilling Win for Kenya; Senegal Beaten

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🔰 Youcef Belaïli fired Algeria into the last 16 of the Africa Cup of Nations with the only goal of a bad-tempered 1-0 victory over Senegal in Cairo.

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There was particular frustration for Liverpool’s Sadio Mané, whose call for a second-half penalty fell on deaf ears as Algeria’s physical approach proved the more effective method at the 30 June Stadium.

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🔰 The Harambee Stars came from behind to defeat local rivals Tanzania 3-2 in Thursday’s late game.

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Tanzania got off to a flying start as Simon Msuva tapped in, before Michael Olunga equalised with an acrobatic finish 39 minutes in. Kenya were level for just 60 seconds, with Mbwana Samatta finding the bottom corner to put Tanzania back in front.

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Johanna Omolo headed home from a corner to bring Kenya level just after the hour mark, and Olunga settled a thrilling contest with a fine finish from the edge of the penalty area.

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🔰 Earlier, tournament debutants Madagascar took a giant stride towards the next round when Marco Ilaimaharitra hammered home a late free-kick to beat Burundi 1-0.

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