A football supporter's guide to CAN 2017: Day 2 - RFI

media The match between Algeria and Zimbabwe ended in a draw 2-2, on 15 January in Franceville. Pierre René-Worms/RFI. Here are five things we learned and five things you need to know from Day 2 at CAN 2017. 1- Are they really mad for football?

Riyad Mahrez rescues Algeria - Ghana Business News

The Dessert foxes of Algeria started the opening games of Group B, with the Warriors of Zimbabwe on Sunday at Franceville. The early minutes of the game, gave a promise of a very competitive fixture with both sides craving for an early goal to unsettle ...

Warriors' ambition surprised us: Algeria - NewsDay

ALGERIA coach, Georges Leekens has admitted that he was caught off guard by Warriors coach, Kalisto Pasuwa's tactics, where he set out his team to play with so much ambition, which pegged back the Desert Foxes in the first half of their opening Africa ...

Senegal coach wary of Warriors - NewsDay

Senegal coach, Aliou Cisse will leave nothing to chance, when he prepares his team for their 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group B football clash against Zimbabwe on Thursday after watching the Warriors run Algeria to the end in an exciting 2-all ...

Pasuwa oozes with confidence after Algeria draw - NewsDay

Warriors coach, Kalisto Pasuwa has said that the point gained from their opening match of the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group B football match against Algeria on Sunday will boost their confidence going into their last two assignments of the pool.

Nyandoro confident that Zimbabwe will emerge from Afcon Group of Death - New Zimbabwe.com

FORMER Zimbabwe and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Esrom Nyandoro is adamant that his countrymen still have enough in the tank to force their way out of the Group of Death after letting Algeria off the hook in their opening African Nations Cup match in ...

Bring on Senegal, Roars Pasuwa - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News

WARRIORS' coach Calisto Pasuwa believes they will play with more confidence against Senegal after holding Algeria 2-2 at the Stade de Franceville on Sunday. Zimbabwe hadn't been given a chance going into their opening Group B match of the Afcon ...

Warriors fan killed for switching of TV during Zimbabwe Algeria Afcon match - Zim News

Kwekwe: A Zimbabwe Warriors fan died after he was attacked by Kwekwe based gold miners on Sunday. The incident happened at a local shop where people were watching a Afcon football match between Zimbabwe and Algeria. According to reports, the ...

Pasuwa rallies Warriors - The Herald

BIRTHDAY BOY . . . Zimbabwe captain Willard Katsande (right) cuts his birthday cake as he celebrates with his teammates in Francesville, Gabon, where they are taking part in the 2017 AFCON finals. Mugove Chigada in FRANCEVILLE, Gabon—.

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Hands off our Warriors team selection - Chronicle

COACH Kalisto Pasuwa's irksome tactics and defensive errors combined to gift Algeria an undeserved draw in the opening Group B African Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier in Gabon on Sunday evening. There was a glaring absence of fighting spirit in our ...

I've respect for Warriors: Mane - Chronicle

SENEGALESE star Sadio Mane believes they need to respect Zimbabwe when they clash in the second round of Group B matches at the Afcon finals in Gabon. The Warriors left an unforgettable impression in their 2-2 draw with Algeria on Sunday evening.

Riyad Mahrez scores twice as Algeria draw 2-2 with Zimbabwe at Africa Cup of Nations - GiveMeSport

Riyad Mahrez is one of the exceptional players everyone loves to watch at the peak of his powers. The Leicester City winger was close to unstoppable for much of last season on his way to collecting a Premier League winner's medal and the PFA Players' ...

Zimbabwe can be competitive at the Africa Cup of Nations 2017 - These Football Times (registration) (blog)

The Africa Cup of Nations 2017 is almost upon us, with at least half of the 16 teams in Gabon looking to have a realistic shot at winning the competition and the promise of some high quality games that could potentially include some good value Paddy ...

AFCON 2017 : Everyone laughed at me - Zimbabwe coach - Pulse.com.gh

Zimbabwe coach Callisto Pasuwa is a proud man after his country put up a widely praised performance against highly rated Algeria in the opening game of Group B at this year's Africa Cup of Nations. Goals from Kudakwashe Mahachi and Nyasha Mushekwi ...

Algeria need to perform well against Tunisia, says Mahrez - Ahram Online

After the 2-2 draw with Zimbabwe in a thrilling opening Group B game at the African Nations Cup on Sunday, Algeria forward Riyad Mahrez has blamed the performance on his team and claimed that they had to win the match. "We only have ourselves to ...

AFCON 2017: Zimbabwe coach Pasuwa happy to split points with Algeria in Group opener - Ghanasoccernet.com

Zimbabwe head coach Kalisto Pasuwa praised his charges for showing character against Algeria in their first 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) Group B game in Franceville on Sunday evening. Riyaad Mahrez opened the scoring for Algeria in the 12th ...

Wasteful Warriors hold Algeria - DailyNews

FRANCEVILLE - Riyad Mahrez scored twice as Algeria left it late to earn a 2-2 draw with Zimbabwe at the Africa Cup of Nations yesterday at the Stade de Franceville in Gabon. The Leicester winger put his side ahead with a curling shot in off the post.

Leicester's Riyad Mahrez brace denies Zimbabwe shocker victory against Algeria - The Standard (press release)

Ranked fifth in the continent, Algeria and Zimbabwe placed thirtieth started off day two of the 2017 AFCON with yet another draw, 2-2 after group A contenders ended day one with each scoring once against the opponent. The Kaiza Chiefs had a tough task ...

Afcon 2017: 'We have ourselves to blame' - Mahrez - BBC Sport

Algeria winger Riyad Mahrez admitted his side were not at their best as they were held 2-2 by Zimbabwe in their Africa Cup of Nations opener. The Leicester winger scored both his side's goals - the second an 82nd-minute equaliser that prevented a shock ...

Leicester City's Mahrez scores twice for Algeria to break record - Leicester Mercury

Riyad Mahrez set a new Leicester City record as his brace saved Algeria in their opening match of the Africa Cup of Nations. The City winger scored at either ends of the match, in the 12th and 82nd minutes, to earn a 2-2 draw for Algeria and ensure the ...