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AFCON 2022: Man United Flop Bebe Scores Wonder Goal As Cape Verde Thrash Mozambique, Qualify For Round Of 16

AFCON 2022: Man United Flop Bebe Scores Wonder Goal As Cape Verde Thrash Mozambique, Qualify For Round Of 16

Former Manchester United star Bebe scored contender for goal of the tournament as Cape Verde hammered Mozambique 3-0 in their second game in Group B at the AFCON 2023 on Friday.

The win means Cape Verde, on six points, will top the group irrespective of the outcome of their last game against Egypt.

This is the third time Cape Verde will be making it out of the group stage in their fourth AFCON appearance.

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In their AFCON debut in 2013, they advanced to the quarter-finals before losing 2-0 to Ghana.

Bebe, 33, opened the scoring in the 32nd minute as he sent in a long range set piece which flew into the top corner.

In the 51st minute, Ryan Mendes made it 2-0 before Kevin Pina added the third goal on 69 minutes.

After the second group games, Cape Verde sealed top spot, Egypt occupy second spot on two points, Ghana third with one point and Mozambique seat bottom on just one point.

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  • Selfmade KING 4 months ago

    Ghana work is cut out for us 

    • Edoman 4 months ago

      The question everybody is asking in Ghana & in Nigeria is, can Ghana actually beat Mozambique to advance?

      • Selfmade KING 4 months ago

        We ll destroy them on Monday! Mozambique isn’t a solid team!! 

  • Footballfanatic 4 months ago

    Why call him a flop na w ohh

  • John-1 4 months ago

    That was horrific goalkeeping by Mozambique keeper

  • Kunle-ball 4 months ago

    Senegal , Morocco and Cape Vade are the likely contenders so far.
    Nigeria, Equitorial Guinea and Ivory Coast are the pretenders or the wanna be going by performance so far.

    • Papafem 4 months ago

      The fact that they started well isn’t a guarantee. We went out in the second round after winning all our group stage matches at the last afcon. As a matter of fact, it’s the teams that struggled initially that went on to do well in the competition. Football isn’t that predictable.

      I like how we started because teams who grow as the tournament progresses are by far more dangerous than those with the initial gra gra. Remember what happened in 2013. We almost didn’t qualify from the group but went on to win the competition. I see Nigeria doing well in CIV because we’ve been humbled enough, especially by that first match result that for us to win this competition, we need to be at our best in every match. I’m sure the players know this as well.

  • Wrong information, not the same play.Who does fact checming

  • Leave that thing. Cape Verde has powers shot in their legs. All the goals i was like its illegal to score such audacious goals. I rate them very high. That guy got it Mehn could have scored another that hit the bar from distance.

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