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2022 AFRICA CUP - Quarter-Finals - DAY 17 - Burkina Faso vs Tunisia

AFRICA CUP 2022
Quarter-Finals

DAY 17
Match 46

Burkina Faso vs Tunisia 0:1

 

Goal Burkina Faso
Ouattara (45'+2minutes, Dismissed at 82'minutes)

 

REPORT
(BBC Sport)

Teenager Dango Ouattara scored the only goal and was sent off as Burkina Faso surprised Tunisia to reach the Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals.

Ouattara, 19, ran onto Blati Toure's through ball, held off two defenders and cut inside before firing in.

But he was then sent off in the 82nd minute for an elbow on Ali Maaloul.

The Stallions, who have never won the tournament, will meet the winner of Sunday's game between Senegal and Equatorial Guinea.

But they will be without Ouattara, now suspended after his late dismissal. 

It came after referee Joshua Bondo's second trip to the monitor for a video assistant referee check in quick succession.

Minutes earlier, Tunisia were denied a penalty as Soumaila Ouattara caught Wahbi Khazri with a high tackle in the box after initially winning the ball.

Burkina Faso, who are ranked 60th in the world, have won all four Afcon quarters they have ever played including three in the past four tournaments. Tunisia, ranked 30th, have lost six of their past seven.

Kamou Malo's side were hanging on at the end but the Eagles of Carthage, who beat Nigeria in the last 16, never really looked like equalising.

 

 

29 Jan 2022
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