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DIRECT. Egypt - DR Congo: after an endless penalty shootout, the Leopards eliminate the Pharaohs!

After 120 minutes and an endless penalty shootout, RD Congo created a victory. the feat this Sunday and eliminates Egypt from the African Cup of Nations (1-1, 8-7 at the TAB). In a meeting marked by the exclusion of Mohamed Hamdy, Mostefa Mohamed responded to Meschack Elia in the first half. The Leopards will face Guinea in the quarterfinals.

DIRECT. Egypt - DR Congo: after an endless penalty shootout, the Leopards eliminate the Pharaohs!

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DIRECT. Egypt - DR Congo: after an endless penalty shootout, the Leopards eliminate the Pharaohs!

DR Congo Live

Thank you à all of them having followed the round of 16 of the CAN between Egypt and DR Congo. We'll look back tomorrow on L'Internaute.com for the rest of the competition.

00: 30 – The summary of the match

A qualification at the end of the night! If the DR Congo challenged Egypt deprived of Salah, El-Shenawy and Ashour, the Pharaohs got the best start in this eighth final of the African Cup of Nations. With almost 70% possession of the ball in the first half, Rui Vitoria's players deprived themselves of the advantage. their opponents with the ball even if the Congolese proved more dangerous. In the confusion, it was Cédric Bakambu and his partners who opened the scoring. the 37th minute of play. The ball comes out and the Egyptians claim a throw-in but Arthur Masuaku plays quickly in the area for Yoane Wissa. The Congolese striker's cross is deflected; by Hegazy before Meschack Elia pushed into the empty net. Just before the break, Mostefa Mohamed puts both teams back on track. equality on a penalty after an elbow from Batubinskia on the Egyptian captain in the area. Entrance in play to replace Fotouh à the break, Hamdy scored the rest of the match. If the second period was poor in action, both teams initially went through overtime. During the first period, left back Hamdy coped with a goal. a second yellow card for a tackle delayed on Banza, leaving his teammates behind. ten for the end of the match. At the end of extra time, Mostefa Mohamed then Masuaku missed the goal. their shot on goal. Finally, Lionel Mpassi senté the DRC in the quarter-finals of the CAN after a failure by Gabaski. SéSébastien Desabre's players will face Guinea, winners earlier in the day from Equatorial Guinea on a goal from Mohamed Bayo.

00:25 – Lionel Mpassi did not tremble

Author of a serious match at the image of its CAN until 'à Presently, Lionel Mpassi did not tremble; This evening. At the end of a long penalty shootout, the Congolese goalkeeper had the RDC qualification at his feet after Gabaski's failure and he deceived & oacute; his vis-&agrav;-vis a superb counterattack.

00:20 – Egypt breaks a record

In this edition of the African Cup of Nations, Egypt did not win. no match. A first since 1992.

00:20 – Egypt, a regular at shooting but

4 of the last 5 matches in the &agrave phase; The direct elimination of Egypt in the African Cup of Nations has come to an end. on a penalty shootout. In the history of the competition, the Pharaohs are the nation that competed for the title. Most penalty shootouts (10) equality with Côte d'Ivoire.

00:15 – DR Congo faces à Guinea

Winner of Egypt at the end of the night, overtime and a second Endless penalty shootout, DR Congo will face Guinea in the quarter-finals of the African Cup of Nations. The meeting will take place on Friday February 2 at 9:00 p.m.

With a superb counterattack, Lionel Mpassi eliminates Morocco and sends the DRC to the quarter-finals of the World Cup ;Africa of Nations after a long penalty shootout.

It's the goalkeepers's turn! Gabski smashes Lionel Mpassi's crossbar. 

00:04 – Gabaski à a hand of qualification (7-7)

Inonga's shot on goal is hit; by Gabaski's right hand but çfinished in the back of the net. 

00:03 – Against the foot for Hamada (7-6)

Hamada deceives Mpassi à turn on his right.

00:02 – Mbemba does not tremble (6-6)

< p>With a recovery of support, Chancel Mbemba deceives Gabaski!

00:02 – Fathi narrowly (6-5)

Lionel Mpassi passes just below Mostafa Fathi's attempt which allows the Pharaohs to maintain the lead in this session.

00:01 – Kalulu keeps hope alive (5-5)

C&apos ;is marked; by Gedeon Kalulu which keeps the RDC alive.

00:00 – Easy Hegazy (5-4)

Hegazy puts pressure on the Congolese by deceiving Mpassi à counterfoot on his right.

28/01/24 – 23:59 – Tshibola hands over the two éteams & ;agrave; zero (4-4)

Full center, Tshibola deceives Gabaski.

28/01/24 – 23:58 – Mpassi passes close (4-3)

Lionel Mpassi passes close to Hany's shot on goal but it's scored for the Egyptian right lateral.

28/01/24 – 23:57 – Silas solid ( 3-3)

What a shot on goal from Silas who finds the small left net of Gabaski! The Egyptian doorman had left from the side of the house. opposite.

01/28/24 – 11:57 p.m. – Kamal deceives Mpassi (3-2)

Omar Kamal opens his foot to deceive Lionel Mpassi à against foot. 

28/01/24 – 23:57 – Diangana ose (2-2)

With very little momentum, Diangana hits his shot on goal right in the middle. a very gentle look. What inspiration from Congolese n°7!

28/01/24 – 23:55 – The skylight for Marmoush (2- 1)

Omar Marmoush does not tremble and cleans the right corner of Mpassi.

The shot on goal d&amp ;apos;Arthur Masuaku flies into the stands of the Laurent Pokou stadium.

On this shot on goal, Mostefa Mohamed completely misses his attempt which passes à several centimeters from Lionel Mpassi's left post. Masuaku will try to give the Congolese the advantage.

28/01/24 – 23:53 – Moutoussamy him r& epond (1-1)

Samuel Moutoussamy allows the Leopards to equalize with a sublime counterattack in the small left net of Gabaski.

28/01/24 – 23:52 – Abdelmonem à against foot (1-0)

For this first face à face, Mohamed Abdelmonem perfectly deceives Lionel Mpassi on the right of the goalkeeper.

28/01/24 – 23:50 – The Pharaohs will start

After the toss, it's the Egyptians who will start first in this penalty shootout. Tom Abongile recalled the instructions à Gabaski and Lionel Mpassi.


Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116