Cameroon defeat Ghana, to face Egypt in AFCON final

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Cameroon defeated Ghana 2-0 in the second semi-final of the Africa Cup of Nations, AFCON, 2017.

Two second half goals were all the Indomitable Lions needed to secure the final ticket.

Cameroon will now face Egypt in Sunday’s final after the North Africans defeated Burkina Faso in the first semi-final played on Wednesday.


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  • Kingsley Achu

    We must not allow Premium Times to change the topic to football when we don’t have light
    for ten days now….ten days! Premium Times is now telling us that Cameroon defeated
    Ghana by 2-0. So what? Is that we are going to eat? Look, there is light in Cameroon.
    That is why they can see well to defeat Ghana. There is light in Gabon where they
    played the ball. That is why the referee can see the ball enter the net. But here?
    No light in Nigeria. If they have played the ball in Nigeria it will be a draw
    because no matter how many goals Cameroon can score, the referee
    will not see far with candle that the ball has entered the net.
    Instead of Premium Times to have pity on the masses in
    Nigeria and shout for the world to hear that Buhari is
    a useless president, Premium Times is saying that
    Egypt will play Cameroon in the final of Afcon 2017
    on Sunday. Did Nigeria qualify to play there?
    How can, where there’s no light in Nigeria?