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Cameroon Vs Egypt VideoAFCON 2017 (Final) - Cameroon vs Egypt: 2-1
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Get all the latest on Football: Sobi holds onto Fai but the Cameroon man is booked. Not long to go as Egypt win a dangerous free kick.
At the Super Bowl, they would call that a late 'Hail Mary'. Can they hang on? And what a goal it is, fit to win a tournament from Aboubakar.
Chest control and a lashed finish into the corner from a long ball downfield. This would be the sixth time in ten finals that the final has gone to extra time.
Looking a formality now. Another poor ball from Cameroon all the way out for a goal kick. The pace has slowed and it looks like both sides have settled for extra time.
Moukandjo drives it across goal but the ball had just gone into touch. Looking like extra time at the moment. Cameroon sporting to kick the ball out as Warda seems to have a spot of cramp.
Bassogog passes into Moukandjo but the ball bobbles off his ankle and over the bar. Cameroon break quickly and Zoua has options but decides to take on an optimistic shot himself and scuffs it wide.
Creeping towards the time when a second goal for either side could turn out to be decisive. Extra time is looming.
Burkina Faso dominated but still lost on penalties. Yet another corner for Cameroon as Egypt look a little rattled. Moukandjo again with the delivery, Gabr does well to clear.
Cameroon cranking up the pressure. In it comes but El Hadary claims. Clipped in and headed behind by Hegazy as Cameroon force another corner.
Zoua fouled by Hegazy and wins a dangerous free kick. Great atmosphere in the crowd now. Both sets of supporters really enjoying this one.
With Cameroon in the ascendancy, the fans are on their feet. They believe the Lions can win this in normal time.
With half an hour remaining, we have a game on our hands and for the first time since , both teams have scored!
They break and win a corner at the other end. Salah fouled by Oyongo as Egypt break and he wins a free kick. Great play from the former Chelsea man.
They need more bodies in the box but always a risk of the Egypt counter. Impressive start to the half from Cameroon, looking to really exert pressure on that Egyptian penalty box.
Bassogog caught by Trezeguet and Cameroon have a dangerous free kick. In it comes from Bassogog and it rebounds for a corner.
Bassogog again but Egypt survive. Was a chance though, following a poor headed clearance. They lead after the break.
Another poor ball from Oyongo drifts harmlessly out for a goal kick. Really struggling to get in behind Egypt. Cameroon still to create a decent chance and this half of football has flown by.
Still a long way to go. Egypt are currently 24 games unbeaten in Africa Cup of Nations matches, their last defeat to Tunisia in Warda and Teikeu go up for the ball and the latter comes down awkwardly.
He receives treatment and seems okay to continue. Seen very little of Cameroon in that final third and that will have to change quickly.
A second goal for Egypt could spell disaster. Egypt now exactly where they want to be as they have such a mean defence. The cut back was on for Elneny and Ondoa could have been deceived by that.
Salah plays in Elneny and the Arsenal man rifles it into the roof of the net from a narrow angle. Djoum, a regular in the Hearts midfield this season.
Cameroon with a lot of the ball in front of that Egypt defensive line. But so tough to break down, as usual. Hamed goes over the top of the ball and catches Moukandjo above the ankle.
Just as well he got the ball otherwise that was a card. Cameroon seeing a lot more of the ball after that fast start from Egypt.
Not much to write home about yet. Just that early chance for El Said. Both teams have been involved in tense penalty shoot outs already this tournament.
Siani drove a long pass to find him on the edge of the box, all on his own against three defenders. He took it down with his shoulder, flipped it over the head of Gabr and then contorted his body to hit a bouncing volley across the motionless El Hadary and into the corner.
Vincent Aboubakar has won it for Cameroon with a sensational goal! Cameroon are still the dominant time, though Egypt have started to cross the halfway line with a little more frequency.
Ozil is sometimes one of the best players in the world in his position, Sanchez is the player Liverpool should have bought to replace Suarez, but they have settled for other average players.
They should have a whole team of world-beaters. I see your point. They would get less criticism if they finished seventh one year and third the next, but finishing top four every season creates an expectation of improvement.
Nobody has time for equilibrium any more, in football or life. He takes the shot first time but the ball bounces awkwardly and it flies high and wide.
He might have had time to take a touch, on reflection. He has a go, and it dribbles miserably wide. That was brilliant skill. The Egypt defence is under almost relentless pressure at the moment.
That was a bit of a chance. This is the problem with being quite so brazenly defensive; it can be hard to adjust your approach if you do concede an equaliser.
They barely bothered to cross the halfway line after half-time. The goal came from the substitute centre-back Nkoulou! A corner was half-cleared and fed back out to Moukandjo on the left.
With no pace on the ball he coaxed a superb dipping cross towards the six-yard line, where Nkoulou towered above Hegazy to plant a downward header into the corner.
Bloody hell, Cameroon have equalised! He is a beautiful footballer. They are barely bothering to attack. On the other hand, they seem to be enjoying life a lot, lot less.
At Premier League level, Fowler from was astonishing. Cameroon begin the second half, kicking from left to right. Cameroon have made a half-time substitution: Vincent Aboubakar replaces Tambe up front.
See you in 10 minutes for the second half. Egypt still look very comfortable defensively, mind. The ball falls to Bassogog, who works the space for a shot on the right-hand side of the box and then smashes it high and wide.
It was a half-chance at best. He is lying on his back, with his hand on his groin. I have a half-baked theory about Arsenal: Not in terms of lifestyle and hilariously named horses, but because they are perceived as irritating underachivers when actually they are just achievers.
What they do each season is about par, possibly better than par, for the players they have. If they were worse, they would receive less criticism. While he waits for the physio he sits fiddling with his masculinity while the camera lingers on him.
Either way it was a nice move, with a couple of classy touches from Salah in the build-up. Elneny gives Egypt the lead from a tight angle.
Salah on the right played an excellent angled pass to find him in space in the box. Ondoa should probably have done better; Egypt will not give a solitary one about that.
After some neat one-touch football, Salah ushered him into the box with a deft touch past the left-back Oyongo. As defenders converged El Said stuck a low first-time shot across goal that was well saved by the plunging Ondoa.
Egypt, in red, kick off from left to right. Cameroon are in green.