Sport with the 18th Penalty: Tapsoba and Burkina Faso pull into the quarterfinals An
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© AFP / Issouf Sanogo Soldiers Burkinabe, during a training at Kamboinse military camp - General Bila Zagre, near Ouagadougo in Burkina Faso ( Illustration image). suspected of attempting to destabilize institutions, that is, coup d'etat, eight soldiers were arrested by the judicial military police, according to a military prosecutor's statement.
Burkina Faso has thrown Gabon in the second round of the Africa Cup and even reached the round of the last eight. Although the eleven conceded the Leverkusen Tapsoba after expiration of the regular playing time the 1: 1 - in penalty shooting she had the better end for itself.
Gabon compensates in the detention time, but then fails
it was a down and down, a change in the emotions. Both teams had the chance to decide for themselves - in the end Burkina Faso and eliminated Gabon from the tournament.
When the decision had fallen, Leverkusens Tapsoba went to the ground and just wandered out. No jubilant, no winner. For 120 minutes, the teams had delivered a big fight, then it was the 18th penalty, who gave the rash to favor Burkina Fasos.
Traoré awards the point and then scores the 1-0
Already in the regular season, the team had looked around Tapsoba as the winner. Even before the leadership through Traoré (28th), the attacker of Aston Villa by penalty a great opportunity (18th) - in the study time it was then Guira, which an own goal was (90. + 1).
It went to the extension and finally into penalty shooting, there was answered the question of the first quarter-finalist. She was: Burkina Faso.
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