Mali suffered before a 1-3 win over South Sudan on Thursday evening. It was the second day of qualifying for the African Nations Cup (CAN) 2023.
First, things went against the flow of the game at St Mary’s Stadium. As they led the action, the eagles were amazed by the bright stars in their inactivity. Within almost half an hour of the start of the game, Bowpacker Couade scored an own goal.
Mali draw and red card:
Back then, when Mohamed Kamara (58th) equalized, the reaction of the spectators was only visible in the second half. While they had the assets to get the points of the match, the Malias were weakened in their pace by the direct red card of Ibrahim Gone.
At the end of the game, the cell gambles
Substitutes Sékou Koïta and Aliou Dieng scored in the 90th and 84th minutes respectively. Both openers from coach Eric Cell scored in the 93rd and 95th minutes. This second consecutive victory allows Mali to always top Group G, ahead of Congo and the Gambia (3 points each) and South Sudan with zero units.
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