Mali advances to AFCON quarterfinals after defeating Burkina Faso

The Mali national team has advanced to the quarterfinals of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) after defeating Burkina Faso 2-1 in a match played at the Amadou Gon Coulibaly Stadium in Ivory Coast.

The goals for Mali in the match were scored by defender Edmond Tapsoba, who scored an own goal in the 3rd minute, and Lassine Sinayoko in the 47th minute. Burkina Faso’s goal was scored by Bertrand Traore in the 57th minute from a penalty kick.

Mali will face Ivory Coast on February 3rd in a bid to earn a ticket to the semi-finals.

Mali’s victory a sign of strength

Mali’s victory over Burkina Faso is a sign of the team’s strength and depth. The Eagles were able to come back from an early own goal to win the match, thanks to goals from Tapsoba and Sinayoko.

Mali’s defense was also solid, keeping Burkina Faso’s attack at bay for most of the match. The Eagles will need to continue to play well defensively if they want to make a deep run in the AFCON tournament.

Tough test awaits against Ivory Coast

Mali will face a tough test in the quarterfinals against Ivory Coast. The Elephants are one of the favorites to win the tournament, and they will be playing on home soil.

Mali will need to be at their best if they want to upset Ivory Coast and advance to the semi-finals. The Eagles have the talent to do it, but they will need to play a perfect game.

Mali fans excited about team’s chances

Mali fans are excited about their team’s chances in the AFCON tournament. The Eagles have a good team, and they are capable of beating any team on their day.

Mali fans will be hoping that their team can continue to play well and make a deep run in the tournament. The Eagles have the potential to win the AFCON title, and their fans will be behind them every step of the way.

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