Watch AFCON 2017 Online, Game and TV Info

Watch AFCON 2017 Online, Game and TV Info

Egypt, with seven championships, will go for eight against Cameroon who has lifted this trophy four times before. "We started the competition with one aim, to come back into the Cup of Nations and win it again". We respect all the national teams and that's our main trait.

Egypt took the lead in the game in the 66th minute after a goal from Roma star, and former Chelsea player, Mohamed Salah, only to have Aristide Bance level the match soon after, in the 73rd minute.

Seven-time African champs Egypt will face the victor of the second semi-final between Cameroon and Ghana.

He pulled off a series of saves in regular and extra time against Burkina Faso to keep Egypt alive.

"I had a feeling that I was going to save the final two penalties", said El Hadary after the match.

After winning an unprecedented hat-trick of Nations Cups between 2006 and 2010, Egypt failed to qualify for the next three editions of the tournament before ousting Nigeria in qualifying to reach Gabon. "They wasted so many chances", Egypt's Argentinian coach Hector Cuper said.

"We were exhausted and our wish was to go to penalties, because then anything can happen".

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He and Koffi, who is 20, are the youngest players on Burkina Faso's team. They have been very clinical: when they did venture forward against Uganda, Morocco and Burkina Faso, they scored. "Myself and my teammates are one family and we have one objective, to win the cup".

And the answer to both of those questions is Burkina Faso, so by a tentative process of elimination, they have to be the bet at around [3.7].

The Pharaohs parade a deadly attack and are good at quick counter attacks.

Egypt have been solid throughout the tournament.

However, Bance, who was left unmarked in the box, equalised seven minutes later as he chested down Charles Kabore's cross and beat El-Hadary.

- Egypt have gone 24 AFCON games without defeat (W18 D6), last losing in the 2004 tournament (v Algeria) and have only conceded two goals across their last 10 matches in the AFCON.