Angola qualified for the quarter-finals of the African Cup of Nations on Saturday evening, after defeating Namibia 3-0. Nigeria also qualified for the quarter-finals at the expense of Cameroon.
After just 17 minutes had passed, Angola had to continue with 10 of them after goalkeeper Neblo's red card. However, the Angolans took the lead with Gelson Dala's goal in the 38th minute.
Just two minutes later, Namibia saw their surplus disappear after a second yellow card for Lobeni Haukonjo.
The Namibians then fell completely through the ice and conceded the second goal before half-time. Gelson Dala was the final player on duty once again.
In the second half, Mapulolu finally ousted Namibia after an hour of play, with a score of 3-0.
Nigeria eliminates Cameroon from the tournament
In the quarter-finals, Angola will face Nigeria, which beat Cameroon 2-0. Atalanta striker Ademola Lookman was the man of the match with two goals.
Rafael Onyedika (Club Brugge) and Alhassan Yusuf (Antwerp) remain on the bench for Nigeria.
Nigeria is seeking to achieve its fourth victory in the African Cup final. He previously won the championship in 1980, 1994 and 2013.
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