90+5′- Full-Time: Cameroon 2-0 Ghana, the Indomitable Lions will face Egypt in the final on Sunday.
90+3′ – GOAL! GAME OVER, Christian Bassogog with the nail in the coffin on the break.
90+2′ – FLASH! Aboubakar goes close to finishing off the game, Cameroon on the cusp…
90′- Four minutes added.
88′ PUNCH! Ondoa punches the ball away from danger with Gyan and Co lurking, ball falls back to Jordan Ayew who finds Wakaso – the midfielder’s resulting pass goes out for a goal kick.
83: GHANA TAKES TO LONG BALLS
But Ondoa takes the ball before it can get to Thomas Partey
82: CAMEROON, 1 – GHANA, 0
The ‘indomitable lions’ are approaching the final: with 8 minutes remaining, they win thanks to a goal by Ngadeu
77: Mandjeck replaces Djoum in Ghana
75: Gyan replaces Acquah in Ghana
74: GET OUT OF JORDAN AYEW
Ghana tries to react after being at a disadvantage in the scoreboard, but the chut comes off
73: Aboubakar replaces També in Cameroon
72: NGADEU SCORES A GOLE FOR CAMEROON
The ball sends Moukandjo and, after Boye touches the ball, he arrives in Ngadeu, which marks and puts ahead of Cameroon
72: CAMEROON GOAL!
69: GHANA’S OCCASION, TEIKEU REMOVES THE DANGER
Cameroon defender prevented a player from Ghana from reaching the ball, looking for the goal that gives him the passport for the final
66: TWO VERY SAFE PORTERS
Razak caught a shot from Moukandjo showing that, like Ondoa, he is at a high level in this semifinal
65: RAZAK NOW IS WHO REACTIVES QUICKLY
To avoid the shot of Cameroon Zoua, who is reported missing
63: THOMAS SCREAMS OUT AFTER A GOOD PLAY
The Atletico player connects a deflected shot but it’s clear that his game is growing in this match
61: ONDOA PARADON AFTER A WAKASO SHOT
The young goalkeeper exbarcelonista of Cameroon, today in Sevilla Athletic, providential with his intervention
57: GHANA IS NOW THE LEADER OF THE INITIATIVE
Second Half resumes
43: GHANA CLOSES IN THIS STRAIGHT END
Ondoa, goalkeeper from Cameroon, traps the ball after a shot from Atsu
40: GHANA’S OCCASION!
After receiving a pass from Atsu, Jordan Ayew hits a shot, but gets too cross
39: COUPLE, SPY IN FRANCEVILLE
The Egypt coach is in the stands watching his rival live in the final on Sunday, Cameroon or Ghana
25′ – Half chance for the Black Stars as Partey picks out Jordan Ayew, but the Swansea City man is unable to direct his snap shot on target.
20′ – Cameroon with all the possession and territory as Ghana struggle to come to terms with the relentless pressure on their goal – Black Stars just about holding on at the moment.
12′ – CHANCE! Moukandjo picks out Ndip Tambe, but he is unable to find the back of the net from close range – Razak with a good save but Cameroon should have scored.
10′ – Just a reminder that these two nations have won EIGHT titles between them (four-apiece), with Cameroon having defeated Ghana at the same stage of the competition in Accra, in 2008.
8′- CLEARED OFF THE LINE! Teikeu unlucky to see his powerful header attempt cleared off the line by Afful who was well positioned at the near post.
6′- MISS! Corner-kick fired in, but Jordan Ayew completely misses the ball in his attempt.
5′ – Rather cagey start to the encounter, Ghana with the slightly better start. The Black Stars pinning the Indomitable Lions deep in their own half.
1′ – Kick-off in Franceville, who of these two great rivals will face Egypt in the final? We will have an answer at the end of tonight!
The Black Stars of Ghana face the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon in the second semi- final of the Total African Cup of Nations.
This mouth watering encounter will be a repeat of the CAN 2008 epic semi final that saw the Green and Red men of Cameroon beating the then host nation Ghana by a lone goal.
Coach Avram Grant has stuck to his grounds to maintain goal keeper Razak Braimah in post though there were intensive calls for his number one to be drooped for his foul comments made earlier this week.
Captain Asamoah Gyan returns to the bench after missing out of the Quarter Finals against Democratic Republic of Congo.
The winner will face Egypt in Sunday’s final with the loser playing Burkina Faso for fourth place.
Below is the line-up:
Ghana: Razak Brimah, Harrison Afful, Frank Acheampong, Daniel Amartey, John Boye, Afriyie Acquah, Mubarak Wakaso, Thomas Partey, Christian Atsu, Andre Ayew, Jordan Ayew.
Cameroon: Ondoa; Fai,Ngadeu-Ngadjui, Teikeu, Oyongo – Siani, Djoum, Zoua – Moukandjo, Ndip Tambe, Bassogog