Highlights and Goals: Gabon 2-2 Morocco in Africa Cup
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Thank you for following the broadcast of the game between Morocco and Gabon, where both teams advance to the next round.
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End game

Gabon 2-2 Morocco.
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Five more minutes are added

Méyé enters and Boupendza comes off for Gabon.

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Mayi (in), Allevinah (out), Gabon (out)

Ounahi and Chakla come out.

Saiss and Tarik Tissoudali come in.

Morocco changes.

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Goal Morocco

Hakimi's free kick into the corner to level the game 2-2.

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Goal Gabon

Aaron-Salem Boupendza's cross to the near post is met by Aaron-Salem Boupendza and sent into the net.

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The Gabon goalkeeper was left lying on the field for a few seconds and medical assistance was called in.
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Aaron Boupendza's cross left-footed shot that reaches the goalkeeper's left post.
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Goal Morocco

Boufal with the shot with power that beats the goalkeeper and ties the game 1-1.

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A Morocco player falls inside the area and the referee awards a penalty kick.
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Chakla anticipates at the near post to put in a shot that is blocked by the goalkeeper and the defender.


Ameka comes on and Alex Moucketou-Moussounda is off for Gabon.

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Long service that Youssef En-Nesyri lets go through, it goes past the goalkeeper and ends up in the net, but it was penalized offside.
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Without much of a shooting angle, Jim Allevinah's shot hit the crossbar and came within a whisker of scoring a goal.
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Bourfal and Bakok join

El Kaabi and Fajr leave.

Morocco changes.

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Faycal Fajr's pass from just outside the area goes just wide.
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Faycal Fajr's pass to the far post is not finished by any of his teammates.
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Morocco's quick move with Youssef En-Nesyri's mid-range shot is deflected by the goalkeeper.
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The second half begins between Gabon and Morocco.
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Half time

Gabon 1-0 Morocco.
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Add one more minute.
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Lloyd Palun's fierce header is saved by the goalkeeper with one hand.
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Guélor Kanga's long-range free kick is saved by the goalkeeper and sent wide.
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Azz-Eddine Ounahi's shot from outside the box goes over the top of the goal.
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Amallah in and Chair out, Morocco change.
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Aaron-Salem Boupendza makes the cut inside the box, but his right-footed shot is off-target and Gabon miss the chance.
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Dangerous service inside the area that Jean Noel Amonome anticipates taking.
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Goal Gabon

Jim Allevinah slipped and slipped on a defender's pass and, in the one-on-one situation, Jim Allevinah made no mistake, slotting past the keeper to open the scoring 1-0.

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Ayoub El Kaabi's powerful shot just inside the goalkeeper's area, but the referee disallows offside.
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The ball was left inside the box to Youssef En-Nesyri, but the goalkeeper comes out in time to rob him of the ball.
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Guélor Kanga's shot from half distance goes wide.
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Jim Allevinah's service goes wide, although it had already been flagged out of bounds.
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Direct free kick in favor of Morocco, but the service is delivered into the hands of goalkeeper Jean Noel Amonome.
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In the first minutes, both teams were very imprecise, as neither team was able to gain possession of the ball.
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The match between Gabon and Morocco of the African Cup kicks off.
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Minutes away

We are minutes away from the start of the match between Gabon and Morocco in the third round of the African Cup of Nations.
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Hard low

Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, one of Gabon's top players, tested positive prior to the start of the tournament and then had some heart problems, for which he will not play in the African Cup and has already returned to Arsenal, where he will undergo further medical tests to determine his condition in detail.
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Gabon substitutes

26 Medwin Biteghe

23 Donald Nzé

10 Axel Méyé

16 Anthony Mfa Mezui

14 Louis Ameka

13 Kévin Mayi

22 Fahd Ndzengue

28 Yannis N'Gakoutou-Yapende

4 Sidney Obissa

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Morocco substitutes

17 Sofiane Boufal

28 Tarik Tissoudali

7 Imran Louza

15 Selim Amallah

24 Samy Mmaee

10 Munir El Haddadi

14 Zakaria Aboukhlal

16 Aymen Barkok

25 Mohamed Chibi

1 Bono

6 Romain Saïss

22 Ahmed Tagnaouti

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XI Morocco

12 Munir, 5 Nayef Aguerd, 18 Sofian Chakla, 3 Adam Masina, 2 Achraf Hakimi, 4 Sofyan Amrabat, 8 Azz-Eddine Ounahi, 11 Faycal Fajr, 13 Ilias Chair, 19 Youssef En-Nesyri, 9 Ayoub El Kaabi.
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XI Gabon

1 Jean Noel Amonome, 5 Bruno Ecuélé Manga, 8 Lloyd Palun, 25 Junior Assoumou-Akue, 17 André Biyogo Poko, 6 Johann Obiang, 12 Guélor Kanga, 3 Anthony Oyono, 2 Alex Moussounda, 7 Aaron-Salem Boupendza, 11 Jim Allevinah.
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Player of the match will be...?

CAF on its Twitter account launched the poll to see who will be the player of the match, where Morocco jumps as favorite to get the win in this commitment.
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The schedules

These are the schedules in different parts of the world to watch the match between Gabon and Morocco:
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The formula for qualifying

Gabon has two combinations to qualify for the round of 16. The first is not to lose to Morocco (i.e. win or draw), or for Ghana not to defeat Comoros in their match.
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Perfect pitch

Morocco has a perfect record in this group stage, having defeated Ghana by the minimum difference and then won 2-0 against Comoros, so it has 6 points and has not conceded a goal.
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Morocco, already qualified to the next round, will look to secure the group leadership when they face a Gabon side that has no other option but to win to stay alive. We begin with VAVEL's coverage of the game.
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Tune in here Gabon vs Morocco Live Score in Africa Cup of Nations 2022

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What time is Gabon vs Morocco match for Africa Cup of Nations 2022?

This is the start time of the game Gabon vs Morocco of 18th January in several countries:

Argentina: 4:00 PM in ESPN

Bolivia: 3:00 PM in ESPN

Brazil: 4:00 PM in ESPN

Chile: 3:00 PM in ESPN

Colombia: 2:00 PM in ESPN

Ecuador: 2:00 PM in ESPN

USA (ET): 2:00 PM in ESPN

Spain: 8:00 PM

Mexico: 1:00 PM in ESPN

Paraguay: 4:00 PM in ESPN

Peru: 2:00 PM in ESPN

Uruguay: 4:00 PM in ESPN

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Last games

These teams have tended to meet each other a lot in recent years, although the balance is very even with one win per side in exchange for three draws; the most recent occasion they met in an African Cup was in 2012 with Gabon winning 3-2.

Morocco 2-3 Gabon, 2019 Friendly

Morocco 3-0 Gabon, 2017 World Cup Qualifiers

Gabon 0-0 Morocco, 2016 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

Gabon 0-0 Morocco, 2016 African Championship

Morocco 1-1 Gabon, 2017 Friendly

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Key player Morocco

Although much is said about the offensive power of the Moroccans, the experience under the three posts of Bono has been key to the good start in the tournament and, undoubtedly in the following stages, the goalkeeper will be key to be able to continue advancing to the next stage.
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Photo: Sevilla
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Key player Gabon

Jim Allevinah was the unexpected hero for his team in the last match, as he came off the substitutes' bench in the dying minutes to score the equalizer and prevent what would have been a painful setback.
Photo: Ecured
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Last lineup Morocco

1 Bono, 5 Nayef Aguerd, 6 Romain Saïss, 4 Sofyan Amrabat, 3 Adam Masina, 2 Achraf Hakimi, 7 Imran Louza, 15 Selim Amallah, 17 Sofiane Boufal, 28 Tarik Tissoudali, 9 Ayoub El Kaabi.
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Last lineup Gabon

1 Jean Noel Amonome, 5 Bruno Equélé Manga, 25 Junior Assoumou-Akue, 3 Anthony Oyono, 19 Serge-Junior Ngouali, 17 André Biyogo Poko, 12 Guélor Kanga, 6 Johann Obiang, 14 Louis Ameka, 20 Denis Bouanga, 7 Aaron-Salem Boupendza.
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Morocco: not slowing down

Although they are already through to the next round, Morocco's objective will be to finish this section in perfect form and prove that they are one of the candidates to win the trophy at this CAF Africa Cup of Nations.
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Gabon: to win at any cost

Gabon's advantage is that they have already faced the two weakest opponents and, against the strongest, a draw will be enough to qualify; in case of defeat, they will have to keep an eye on the other game to ensure that Ghana does not win by more than one goal.
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How is Group C going?

Morocco is in perfect shape in the sector with two victories and has already qualified, while Gabon is second with four points and will be playing for a place in the next round; Ghana is still alive with one point and Comoros is eliminated.
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The Kick-off

The Gabon vs Morocco match will be played at the Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium, in Yaunde, Cameroon. The kick-off is scheduled at 2:00 pm ET.
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Welcome to VAVEL.com’s LIVE coverage of the Africa Cup of Nations 2022: Gabon vs Morocco!

My name is Adrian Hernandez and I will be your host for this game. We will provide you with pre-game analysis, roster updates, and news as it happens live here on VAVEL.