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The 1986 African Cup of Nations Final was a football match that took place on 21 March 1986 at the Cairo Stadium in Cairo, Egypt, to determine the winner of the 1986 African Cup of Nations, the football championship of Africa organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

1986 African Cup of Nations Final
Event1986 African Cup of Nations
Egypt won 5–4 on (penalties)
Date21 March 1986
VenueCairo International Stadium, Cairo
RefereeAli Bennaceur (Tunisia)
Attendance95,000
1984
1988

Egypt won the title for the third time by beating Cameroon 5–4 on penalties with the game ending 0–0.[1]

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Route to the finalEdit

Match detailsEdit

DetailsEdit

Egypt  0–0  Cameroon
Report
Penalties
Yehia  
Abdelghani  
Abdou  
Mayhoub  
Shehata  
Kasem  
5–4   M'Fédé
  Kundé
  M'Bida
  Milla
  Aoudou
  Kana-Biyik
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Egypt
 
 
 
 
 
Cameroon
GK   Thabet El-Batal
CB   Ashraf Kasem
CB   Mohamed Omar   46'
CB   Hamada Sedki
RWB   Rabie Yassin
CM   Ali Shehata
CM   Magdi Abdelghani
LWB   Mostafa Abdou
AM   Gamal Abdel Hamid
FW   Tahar Abouzid   46'
FW   Mahmoud El Khatib   48'
Substitutions:
FW   Tarek Yehia   46'
AM   Alaa Mayhoub   46'
Manager:
  Mike Smith
GK   Thomas N'kono
DF   Ibrahim Aoudou
DF   Victor N'Dip
DF   Isaac Sinkot
DF   Emmanuel Kundé
DF   André Kana-Biyik
MF   Grégoire M'Bida
MF   Emile M'Bouh
MF   Louis M'Fédé
FW   Ernest Ebongue   81'
FW   Roger Milla (c)
Substitutions:
MF   Mamadou Oumarou   81'
Manager:
  Claude Le Roy

ReferencesEdit