Football Africa 14th Cup of Nations 1984 - 04-18.03 Winner Cameroon
Finals
Gamedateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
Final18.03Cameroon3-1Nigeria
3-417.03Algeria3-1Egypt
1/214.03Cameroon0-0Algeria
aET ; pen. 5-4
1/214.03Nigeria2-2Egypt
aET ; pen. 8-7
Qualification ACQ 1984
Final rankingPwdlgfga
1. Cameroon73119:3
2. Nigeria51317:8
3. Algeria83208:1
4. Egypt62216:6
eliminated in Groups Round
5. Ivory Coast21024:4
6. Ghana21022:4
7. Malawi10122:6
8. Togo10121:7
Groups Round. First 2 to Semi-Finals.
Group Apwdlgfga
1. Egypt52103:1
2. Cameroon42016:2
3. Ivory Coast21024:4
4. Togo10121:7
TeamEgCaIvTo
Egypt---1:0 0:0
Cameroon --- 4:1
Ivory Coast1:20:2---3:0
Togo ---
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
04.03Egypt1-0Cameroon
04.03Ivory Coast3-0Togo
07.03Cameroon4-1Togo
07.03Ivory Coast1-2Egypt
10.03Egypt0-0Togo
10.03Ivory Coast0-2Cameroon
Group Bpwdlgfga
1. Algeria52105:0
2. Nigeria41204:3
3. Ghana21022:4
4. Malawi10122:6
TeamAlNiGhMa
Algeria---0:02:03:0
Nigeria ---2:12:2
Ghana ---1:0
Malawi ---
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
05.03Algeria3-0Malawi
05.03Nigeria2-1Ghana
08.03Algeria2-0Ghana
08.03Nigeria2-2Malawi
11.03Algeria0-0Nigeria
11.03Ghana1-0Malawi
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