Matokeo AFCON 2022 Africa Cup of Nations

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Matokeo AFCON 2022 Africa Cup of Nations
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The 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (also referred to as AFCON 2021 or CAN 2021), known as the TotalEnergies 2021 Africa Cup of Nations for sponsorship reasons, is scheduled to be the 33rd edition of the Africa Cup of Nations, the biennial international men’s football championship of Africa organised by the Confederation of African Football (CAF). The tournament is scheduled to be hosted by Cameroon, and will take place from 9 January to 6 February 2022.
The tournament was originally scheduled to be played in June and July 2021 but the CAF announced on 15 January 2020 that due to unfavourable climatic conditions during this period, the tournament would take place from 9 January to 6 February 2021. On 30 June 2020, the CAF moved the tournament for the second time to January 2022 following the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic across the continent, whilst retaining the name 2021 Africa Cup of Nations for sponsorship purposes.
Algeria are the defending champions, having won the 2019 edition.
 

Third Position Winner

Burkina faso 3 – 3 Cameroon ( Penalties 3 – 5 )

Semi Finals AFCON 2021

FULL TIME
Cameroon 0 – 0 Egypt (Penaltie 1 – 3 )
Senegal 3 – 1 Burkina Faso (Africa Cup of Nations 2021 Semi Final ,Cameron )
 
30 January 2022
Senegal 3 – 1 Equitorial Guinea
Egypt 2 – 1 Morocco
 
Cameron 2 – 0 Gambia
Burkinafaso 1 – 0 Tunisia
 
ROUND OF 16
Morocco 2 – 1 Malawi
Senegal 2 – 0 Cape Verde
Guinea 0 – 1 Gambia
Cameron 2 – 1 Comoro
Burkinafso 1 – 1 Gambia ( 7 – 6)
Nigeria 0 – 1 Tunisia (Afcon 2021 Cameron)
12 January 2022
Tunisia 0 – 1 Mali ( 1600 Hours Stade Municipal de Limbe, Limbe )
Mauritania 0 – 1  Gambia ( 1900 Hours Stade Municipal de Limbe, Limbe)
Equatorial Guinea 0 – 1 Cote d’Ivoire ( 2200 Hours Stade omnisport de Douala, Japoma )
11 January 2022
Algeria 0 – 0  Sierra Leone  (1600 Hours Stade omnisport de Douala, Japoma )
Nigeria 1 – 0 Egypt ( 1900 Hours Stade Omnisport de Garoua, Garoua )
Sudan 0-0 Guinea-Bissau ( 2200 Hours Stade Omnisport de Garoua, Garoua )

10 January 2022
Senegal 1- 0 Zimbabwe (1600 Hours Kouekong Stadium, Bafoussam )
Morocco 1 – 0 Ghana  (1900 Hours Stade Omnisport Ahmadou Ahidjo, Yaoundé )
Guinea 1 – 0  Malawi (1900 Hours Kouekong Stadium, Bafoussam )
Comoros 0 – 1 Gabon  ( 2200 Hours Stade Omnisport Ahmadou Ahidjo, Yaoundé )

Matokeo AFCON 2022 Africa Cup of Nations

9 January 2022
Cameroon 2 – 1  Burkina Faso  ( 1900 Olembe Stadium, Olembé  )
Ethiopia 0 – 1 Cape Verde  (2200 Olembe Stadium, Olembé )

Host selection

After the CAF Executive Committee meeting on 24 January 2014, it was announced that there were three official candidates for the 2021 edition:
Bids:

  • Algeria
  • Guinea
  • Ivory Coast

Rejected Bids:

  • DR Congo
  • Gabon
  • Zambia

This list was different from the list of the host nation bids for both the 2019 and 2021 edition of the Cup of Nations as announced by CAF in November 2013, with Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon and Zambia also on the original list. All three official candidates also bid for hosting the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
The decision of the host country was postponed from early 2014 to grant each bidding country adequate time to receive the inspection delegation. After the final vote at the CAF Executive Committee meeting, on 20 September 2014, the CAF announced the hosts for the 2019, 2021 and 2023 AFCON tournaments: 2019 to Cameroon, 2021 to Ivory Coast, and 2023 to Guinea.

Host change

On 30 November 2018, CAF stripped Cameroon from hosting the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. However, CAF President Ahmad Ahmad said that Cameroon had agreed to host the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations. Consequently, Ivory Coast, original hosts of 2021, will host the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, and Guinea, original hosts of 2023, will host the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations.
On 30 January 2019, the CAF President confirmed the timetable shift, after a meeting with Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic

The tournament was originally scheduled to take place between 9 January and 6 February 2021. The preliminary round and two matchdays of the qualifying group stage had already been played between 9 October and 19 November 2019. The third and fourth matchdays of the qualifying group stage, which were initially scheduled to take place from 23 to 31 March and 1 to 9 June 2020 respectively, were postponed and all remaining qualifying matches rescheduled due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Africa.
On 19 June 2020, the CAF stated it was undecided about when continental competitions would resume, and were prioritising new schedules for the 2019–20 CAF Champions League and the 2019–20 CAF Confederation Cup semi-finals, the postponed 2020 African Nations Championship and the 2020 Africa Women Cup of Nations, alongside the 2021 Africa Cup of Nation, as football competitions across the continent had been postponed, cancelled or suspended.
On 30 June 2020, however, the CAF announced the rescheduling of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations to January 2022 “after consultation with stakeholders and taking into consideration the current global situation” according to a published statement, with new dates to be announced at a later date. Subsequently, other continental competitions and events to be held were rescheduled or cancelled, including new dates for the remaining AFCON qualifiers, which were now to be completed by March 2021. On 31 March 2021, it was confirmed that the final tournament would take place from 9 January to 6 February 2022, exactly one year after its originally scheduled start date

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