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1988 African Cup of Nations qualification

This page details the qualifying process for the 1988 Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco. Morocco, as hosts, and Egypt, as title holders, qualified automatically.

Qualifying tournament

 Egypt qualified as holders
 Morocco qualified as hosts

Preliminary round


Angola  1–0  Gabon

Gabon  1 – 0
(1 – 1 agg.)
 Angola
  Penalties  
3–5

Angola won on penalties, and so advanced to the First Round.


Central African Republic  1–2  Congo-Brazzaville
Central Africa

Congo-Brazzaville advanced to the First Round.


Guinea  2–1  Gambia

Gambia  0 – 1
(1 – 3 agg.)
 Guinea

Guinea advanced to the First Round.


Liberia  1 – 1
(2 – 3 agg.)
 Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone advanced to the First Round.


Uganda  5–0  Somalia

Somalia  0 – 0
(0 – 5 agg.)
 Uganda

Uganda advanced to the First Round.

Tanzania advanced to the First Round, Ethiopia withdrew.

Madagascar advanced to the First Round, Mauritius withdrew.

Rwanda advanced to the First Round, Lesotho withdrew.

Togo advanced to the First Round, Equatorial Guinea withdrew.

Tunisia advanced to the First Round, Mali withdrew.

First round

27 March 1987
Algeria  1–0  Tunisia
Madjer Goal 19' (pen.)
Stade 5 Juillet 1962, Algiers[1]
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Hassan Chafai (Morocco)
12 April 1987
Tunisia  1 – 1
(1 – 2 agg.)
 Algeria
Rakbaoui Goal 31' Menad Goal 38'
Stade El Menzah, Tunis
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Hussam El-Din (Egypt)

Algeria advanced to the Second Round.

28 March 1987
Kenya  2–0  Madagascar
Ayoyi Goal 31'
Magongo Goal 41'
Mombasa
Referee: Sheikh (Egypt)
12 April 1987
Madagascar  2 – 1
(2 – 3 agg.)
 Kenya
Setra Goal
Malabary Goal
? Goal 24'
Antananarivo
Referee: Nkhatazo (Zimbabwe)

Kenya advanced to the Second Round.

28 March 1987
Nigeria  2–0  Togo
Okorowanta Goal 17'
Obobaifo Goal 45'
Lagos
Referee: Agbovi (Ghana)
12 April 1987
Togo  1 – 1
(1 – 3 agg.)
 Nigeria
? Goal 36' Edobor Goal 90'
Lomé
Referee: Boni (Côte d'Ivoire)

Nigeria advanced to the Second Round.

29 March 1987
Cameroon  5–1  Uganda
Ekéké Goal 12'
Sinkot Goal 21'
Omam-Biyik Goal 49'52'
Milla Goal 67'
Nkata Goal 34'
Yaoundé
Referee: Mounguengui (Gabon)
11 April 1987
Uganda  3 – 1
(4 – 6 agg.)
 Cameroon
unknown Omam-Biyik Goal 79'
Kampala
Referee: Gasmalla (Sudan)

Cameroon advanced to the Second Round.

29 March 1987
Ivory Coast  2–0  Congo-Brazzaville
Traoré Goal
Fofana Goal
Abidjan
Referee: Okubule (Nigeria)
5 April 1987
Congo-Brazzaville  1 – 2
(1 – 4 agg.)
 Ivory Coast
unknown Traoré Goal
Fofana Goal
Brazzaville
Referee: Pettcha (Cameroon)

Côte d'Ivoire advanced to the Second Round.

29 March 1987
Mozambique  1–1  Zimbabwe
unknown Chunga Goal 12'
Maputo
Referee: Mang'anda (Malawi)
12 April 1987
Zimbabwe  3 – 2
(4 – 3 agg.)
 Mozambique
Ndunduma Goal 39'
Tauro Goal 63'
ChawandaGoal 75'
Chababe Goal 29'
Nico Goal 62'
Harare
Referee: Mabuza (Swaziland)

Zimbabwe advanced to the Second Round.

29 March 1987
Senegal  4–0  Guinea
Sarr Goal 24' (pen.)72'
Seck Goal 46'
Youm Goal 90'
Dakar
Referee: Sogue (Mauritania)
12 April 1987
Guinea  0 – 0
(0 – 4 agg.)
 Senegal
Conakry
Referee: N'Diaye (Mali)

Senegal advanced to the Second Round.

29 March 1987
Sudan  1–0  Tanzania
11 April 1987
Tanzania  1 – 1
(1 – 2 agg.)
 Sudan
Manara Goal 19' Mussa Ali Goal 59'

Sudan advanced to the Second Round.

29 March 1987
Zaire  3–0  Angola
Tueba Goal
Muntubila Goal
Nkama Goal
Kinshasa
Referee: Chayu (Zambia)
11 April 1987
Angola  1 – 0
(1 – 3 agg.)
 Zaire
de Campos Goal 19'
Luanda
Referee: Ondziel-Dinga (Congo)

Zaire advanced to the Second Round.

30 March 1987
Ghana  1–2  Sierra Leone
Abdul Razak Goal 80' Dumbuya Goal 5'55'
Accra
Referee: Coker (Gambia)
11 April 1987
Sierra Leone  0 – 0
(2 – 1 agg.)
 Ghana
Freetown
Referee: Kouyaté (Guinea)

Sierra Leone advanced to the Second Round.

Libya advanced to the Second Round, Zambia withdrew.


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Malawi advanced to the Second Round, Rwanda withdrew.

Second round

5 July 1987
Cameroon  2–0  Sudan
Omam-Biyik Goal 3'
Milla Goal 90'
Yaoundé
Referee: Bantsimba (Congo)
18 July 1987
Sudan  1 – 0
(1 – 2 agg.)
 Cameroon
Gadous Goal 50'
Khartoum
Referee: Kidane (Ethiopia)

Cameroon qualify.

3 July 1987
Malawi }|23x15px|border |alt=|link=]] 1–2  Ivory Coast
Lilongwe
Referee: Valdemarca (Zimbabwe)
19 July 1987
Ivory Coast  2 – 0
(4 – 1 agg.)
}|23x15px|border |alt=|link=]] Malawi
Traoré Goal
Tiehi Goal
Abidjan
Referee: Hussam El-Din (Egypt)

Côte d'Ivoire qualify.

4 July 1987
Nigeria  3–0  Sierra Leone
Edobor Goal Goal
Nwosu Goal
Lagos
Referee: Traoré (Mali)
18 July 1987
Sierra Leone  2 – 0
(2 – 3 agg.)
 Nigeria
Dumbuya Goal 5'
Kanu Goal 90'
Freetown
Referee: N'Cho (Côte d'Ivoire)

Nigeria qualify.

5 July 1987
Senegal  0–0  Zaire
19 July 1987
Zaire  0 – 0
(0 – 0 agg.)
 Senegal
  Penalties  
4–2
Kinshasa
Referee: Diramba (Gabon)

Zaire won 4–3 on penalties, and so qualify.

5 July 1987
Zimbabwe  1–1  Kenya
unknown Oyiyela Goal 88'
Harare
Referee: Desscann (Mauritius)
18 July 1987
Kenya  0 – 0
(1 – 1 agg.)
 Zimbabwe
Nairobi
Referee: Kalombo (Malawi)

Kenya qualify due on away goals.

Algeria qualify, Libya withdrew.

Qualified teams

References

  1. ^ "Algeria in 1988 African Cup of Nations". dzfootball. 2001–2007. 

External links

  • African Nations Cup 1988
  • International Matches 1987 – Africa
  • International Matches 1988 – Africa
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