2013 Africa Cup of Nations knockout stage

The knockout stage of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations ran from 2 February, and ended with the final on 10 February. The matches were held in the South African cities of Port Elizabeth, Durban, Rustenburg, Nelspruit, and Johannesburg.

Qualified teams

The top two placed teams from each of the four groups advanced to the knockout stage.

Group Winners Runners-up
A South Africa Cape Verde
B Ghana Mali
C Burkina Faso Nigeria
D Ivory Coast Togo

Bracket

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
2 February – Durban        
 South Africa  1 (1)
6 February – Durban
 p)  1 (3)  
 Mali  1
3 February – Rustenburg
   Nigeria  4  
 Ivory Coast  1
10 February – Johannesburg
 Nigeria  2  
 Nigeria  1
3 February – Nelspruit
   Burkina Faso  0
 aet)  1
6 February – Nelspruit
 Togo  0  
 p)  1 (3) Third place
2 February – Port Elizabeth
   Ghana  1 (2)  
 Ghana  2  Mali  3
 Cape Verde  0    Ghana  1
9 February – Port Elizabeth

All times are South African Standard Time (UTC+2)

Quarterfinals

Ghana vs. Cape Verde

2 February 2013
17:00
2 – 0 Cape Verde
pen.), 90+5' Report
Ghana
Cape Verde
GK 16 Fatau Dauda
RB 4 John Paintsil  63'
CB 21 John Boye
CB 15 Isaac Vorsah
LB 23 Harrison Afful  68'
DM 11 Mohammed Rabiu  27'  84'
RM 10 Albert Adomah  47'
CM 8 Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu
LM 7 Christian Atsu  78'
SS 20 Kwadwo Asamoah
CF 3 Asamoah Gyan (c)
Substitutions:
FW 22 Wakaso Mubarak  47'
MF 14 Solomon Asante  78'
MF 9 Derek Boateng  84'
Manager:
James Kwesi Appiah
GK 1 Vozinha
RB 23 Carlitos  53'
CB 3 Fernando Varela
CB 6 Nando (c)
LB 18 Nivaldo
DM 8 Toni Varela  67'
RM 15 Marco Soares
LM 5 Babanco  16'
RW 10 Héldon Ramos
LW 20 Ryan Mendes  51'
CF 11 Julio Tavares  80'
Substitutions:
FW 7 Platini  51'
FW 21 Djaniny  67'
FW 9 Rambé  87'  80'
Manager:
Lúcio Antunes

Man of the Match:[2]
Fatau Dauda (Ghana)

Assistant referees:
Yéo Songuifolo (Côte d'Ivoire)
Jean-Claude Birumushahu (Burundi)
Fourth official:
Gehad Grisha (Egypt)

South Africa vs. Mali

2 February 2013
20:30
1 – 1 (a.e.t.) Mali
 31' Report  58'
  Penalties  



1 – 3 Diabaté
Tamboura
Ma. Traoré
Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban
Attendance: 45,000[1]
Referee: Néant Alioum (Cameroon)
South Africa
Mali
GK 16 Itumeleng Khune
RB 2 Siboniso Gaxa
CB 21 Siyabonga Sangweni
CB 14 Bongani Khumalo (c)  24'
LB 3 Tsepo Masilela  109'
CM 15 Dean Furman
CM 12 Reneilwe Letsholonyane
RW 18 Thuso Phala  89'
AM 19 May Mahlangu
LW 17 Bernard Parker  105+2'
CF 23 Tokelo Rantie  40'  41'
Substitutions:
FW 7 Lehlohonolo Majoro  91'  41'
MF 10 Thulani Serero  89'
MF 8 Siphiwe Tshabalala  105+2'
Manager:
Gordon Igesund
GK 16 Soumbeïla Diakité
RB 2 Fousseni Diawara
CB 13 Molla Wague
CB 4 Adama Coulibaly
LB 3 Adama Tamboura
DM 6 Mohamed Sissoko  55'
CM 12 Seydou Keita (c)
CM 18 Samba Sow  69'
RW 20 Samba Diakité  24'
LW 10 Modibo Maïga
CF 15 Mahamadou Samassa  88'
Substitutions:
MF 11 Sigamary Diarra  24'
MF 17 Mahamane Traoré  111'  55'
FW 9 Cheick Diabaté  88'
Manager:
Patrice Carteron

Man of the Match:[2]
Seydou Keita (Mali)

Assistant referees:
Evarist Menkouande (Cameroon)
Peter Edibe (Nigeria)
Fourth official:
Janny Sikazwe (Zambia)

Côte d'Ivoire vs. Nigeria

3 February 2013
17:00
1 – 2 Nigeria
 50' Report  43'
 78'
Côte d'Ivoire
Nigeria
GK 1 Boubacar Barry
RB 21 Emmanuel Eboué
CB 5 Didier Zokora
CB 22 Sol Bamba  81'
LB 17 Siaka Tiéné
CM 9 Cheick Tioté
CM 6 Romaric  83'
RW 8 Salomon Kalou  47'  69'
AM 19 Yaya Touré  39'
LW 10 Gervinho
CF 11 Didier Drogba (c)
Substitutions:
FW 15 Max Gradel  69'
FW 18 Lacina Traoré  83'
Manager:
Sabri Lamouchi
GK 1 Vincent Enyeama (c)  90'
RB 5 Efe Ambrose
CB 22 Kenneth Omeruo
CB 14 Godfrey Oboabona
LB 3 Uwa Elderson Echiéjilé
DM 17 Ogenyi Onazi  28'
CM 19 Sunday Mba
CM 10 Mikel John Obi
RW 9 Emmanuel Emenike
LW 11 Victor Moses  90'
CF 8 Brown Ideye
Substitutions:
DF 2 Joseph Yobo  90'
Manager:
Stephen Keshi

Man of the Match:[2]
Sunday Mba (Nigeria)

Assistant referees:
Redouane Achik (Morocco)
Jerson Emiliano Dos Santos (Angola)
Fourth official:
Bouchaïb El Ahrach (Morocco)

Burkina Faso vs. Togo

3 February 2013
20:30
1 – 0 (a.e.t.) Togo
 105' Report
Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit
Attendance: 27,000[1]
Referee: Badara Diatta (Senegal)
Burkina Faso
Togo
GK 1 Daouda Diakité
RB 5 Mohamed Koffi
CB 4 Bakary Koné
CB 8 Paul Koulibaly
LB 12 Saïdou Panandétiguiri
CM 6 Djakaridja Koné
CM 18 Charles Kaboré  43'
RW 20 Wilfried Sanou  96'
AM 11 Jonathan Pitroipa  108'
LW 13 Issouf Ouattara  40'  66'
CF 9 Moumouni Dagano (c)
Substitutions:
FW 22 Prejuce Nakoulma  66'
MF 21 Abdou Razack Traoré  96'
DF 7 Florent Rouamba  108'
Manager:
Paul Put
GK 16 Kossi Agassa
RB 6 Abdoul-Gafar Mamah  40'
CB 9 Vincent Bossou  120+3'
CB 2 Daré Nibombé
LB 21 Dakonam Djene
DM 5 Serge Akakpo  106'
CM 15 Alaixys Romao  92'
CM 8 Komlan Amewou  116'
RW 10 Floyd Ayité  20'  67'
LW 17 Serge Gakpé  34'
CF 4 Emmanuel Adebayor (c)  112'
Substitutions:
MF 14 Prince Segbefia  67'
MF 3 Dové Wome  106'
MF 7 Moustapha Salifou  116'
Manager:
Didier Six

Man of the Match:[2]
Jonathan Pitroipa (Burkina Faso)

Assistant referees:
Djibril Camara (Senegal)
El Hadji Malick Samba (Senegal)
Fourth official:
Bernard Camille (Seychelles)

Semifinals

Mali vs. Nigeria

6 February 2013
17:00
1 – 4 Nigeria
 75' Report  25'
 30'
 44'
 60'
Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban
Attendance: 54,000[1]
Referee: Bakary Gassama (Gambia)
Mali
Nigeria
GK 1 Mamadou Samassa
RB 2 Fousseni Diawara  84'
CB 13 Molla Wague
CB 21 Mahamadou N'Diaye
LB 3 Adama Tamboura
DM 8 Mohamed Kalilou Traoré
CM 12 Seydou Keita (c)
CM 6 Mohamed Sissoko  56'
RW 10 Modibo Maïga  38'  46'
LW 17 Mahamane Traoré  67'
CF 15 Mahamadou Samassa
Substitutions:
FW 7 Cheick Fantamady Diarra  46'
FW 9 Cheick Diabaté  56'
MF 18 Samba Sow  69'  67'
Manager:
Patrice Carteron
GK 1 Vincent Enyeama (c)
RB 5 Efe Ambrose  26'  81'
CB 22 Kenneth Omeruo
CB 14 Godfrey Oboabona
LB 3 Uwa Elderson Echiéjilé
DM 10 Mikel John Obi
CM 19 Sunday Mba
CM 17 Ogenyi Onazi
RW 9 Emmanuel Emenike
LW 11 Victor Moses  53'
CF 8 Brown Ideye  72'
Substitutions:
FW 7 Ahmed Musa  53'
MF 18 Ejike Uzoenyi  72'
DF 2 Joseph Yobo  81'
Manager:
Stephen Keshi

Man of the Match:[3]
Emmanuel Emenike (Nigeria)

Assistant referees:
Angesom Ogbamariam (Eritrea)
Félicien Kabanda (Rwanda)
Fourth official:
Gehad Grisha (Egypt)

Burkina Faso vs. Ghana

6 February 2013
20:30
1 – 1 (a.e.t.) Ghana
 60' Report pen.)
  Penalties  



3 – 2 Vorsah
Atsu
Afful
Clottey
Agyemang-Badu
Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit
Attendance: 35,000[1]
Referee: Slim Jedidi (Tunisia)
Burkina Faso
Ghana
GK 1 Daouda Diakité
RB 5 Mohamed Koffi  90+2'
CB 4 Bakary Koné
CB 8 Paul Koulibaly  77'
LB 12 Saïdou Panandétiguiri
CM 6 Djakaridja Koné
CM 7 Florent Rouamba
RW 22 Prejuce Nakoulma
AM 18 Charles Kaboré (c)
LW 11 Jonathan Pitroipa  67', 117'
CF 15 Aristide Bancé
Substitutions:
DF 3 Henri Traoré  90+2'
Manager:
Paul Put
GK 16 Fatau Dauda
RB 4 John Paintsil  10'
CB 21 John Boye
CB 15 Isaac Vorsah
LB 23 Harrison Afful
DM 11 Mohammed Rabiu  21'  47'
CM 8 Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu
RW 7 Christian Atsu
AM 22 Wakaso Mubarak  104'
LW 20 Kwadwo Asamoah
CF 3 Asamoah Gyan (c)
Substitutions:
MF 14 Solomon Asante  10'
MF 9 Derek Boateng  71'  47'
FW 17 Emmanuel Clottey  104'
Manager:
James Kwesi Appiah

Man of the Match:[3]
Aristide Bancé (Burkina Faso)

Assistant referees:
Béchir Hassani (Tunisia)
Anouar Hmila (Tunisia)
Fourth official:
Bouchaib El Ahrach (Morocco)

Third place play-off

9 February 2013
20:00
3 – 1 Ghana
 21'
 48'
 90+4'
Report  82'
Mali
Ghana
GK 16 Soumbeïla Diakité
RB 2 Fousseni Diawara
CB 4 Adama Coulibaly
CB 19 Salif Coulibaly
LB 3 Adama Tamboura  46'
DM 8 Mohamed Kalilou Traoré
CM 17 Mahamane Traoré
RW 23 Ousmane Coulibaly
AM 12 Seydou Keita (c)
LW 15 Mahamadou Samassa  78'
CF 9 Cheick Diabaté
Substitutions:
MF 11 Sigamary Diarra  78'
Manager:
Patrice Carteron
GK 16 Fatau Dauda
RB 23 Harrison Afful
CB 21 John Boye  46'
CB 15 Isaac Vorsah  33'
LB 2 Richard Boateng
DM 5 Mohamed Awal
CM 20 Kwadwo Asamoah
AM 7 Christian Atsu  70'
RW 14 Solomon Asante  90+1'
LW 22 Wakaso Mubarak  25'
CF 3 Asamoah Gyan (c)  75'
Substitutions:
DF 19 Jonathan Mensah  46'
MF 10 Albert Adomah  70'
FW 17 Emmanuel Clottey  75'
Manager:
James Kwesi Appiah

Man of the Match:
Seydou Keita (Mali)

Assistant referees:
Evarist Menkouande (Cameroon)
Marwa Range (Kenya)
Fourth official:
Janny Sikazwe (Zambia)

Final

10 February 2013
20:30
1 – 0 Burkina Faso
 40' Report
FNB Stadium, Johannesburg
Attendance: 85,000[1]
Referee: Djamel Haimoudi (Algeria)
Nigeria
Burkina Faso
GK 1 Vincent Enyeama (c)
RB 5 Efe Ambrose
CB 22 Kenneth Omeruo  57'
CB 14 Godfrey Oboabona
LB 3 Uwa Elderson Echiéjilé  67'
CM 17 Ogenyi Onazi  38'
CM 10 Mikel John Obi  57'
AM 19 Sunday Mba  89'
RW 11 Victor Moses
LW 8 Brown Ideye  90+2'
CF 15 Ikechukwu Uche  54'
Substitutions:
FW 7 Ahmed Musa  54'
DF 21 Juwon Oshaniwa  71'  67'
DF 2 Joseph Yobo  89'
Manager:
Stephen Keshi
GK 1 Daouda Diakité
RB 5 Mohamed Koffi
CB 4 Bakary Koné
CB 8 Paul Koulibaly  84'
LB 12 Saïdou Panandétiguiri
CM 6 Djakaridja Koné  90'
CM 7 Florent Rouamba  33'  65'
AM 18 Charles Kaboré (c)
RW 22 Prejuce Nakoulma
LW 11 Jonathan Pitroipa
CF 15 Aristide Bancé
Substitutions:
MF 20 Wilfried Sanou  65'
FW 9 Moumouni Dagano  84'
MF 21 Abdou Razack Traoré  90'
Manager:
Paul Put

Man of the Match:[4]
Mikel John Obi (Nigeria)

Assistant referees:
Redouane Achik (Morocco)
Jean-Claude Birumushahu (Burundi)
Fourth official:
Rajindraparsad Seechurn (Mauritius)

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "2013 African Nations Cup Fixtures and Results". ESPN Soccernet. Retrieved 22 January 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Orange AFCON 2013 player Awards before Semi-finals". Orange Africa Cup of Nations South Africa 2013. 
  3. ^ a b "Orange AFCON 2013 player Awards for Semi-finals". Orange Africa Cup of Nations South Africa 2013. 
  4. ^ "Orange AFCON 2013 player Awards final". Orange Africa Cup of Nations South Africa 2013. 

External links

  • Official website
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