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Live Reporting

By Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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    OK that's all from us for tonight but there's more Africa Cup of Nations action tomorrow:

    (17:00 BST)

    • Namibia v Ivory Coast
    • South Africa v Morocco

    (20:00 BST)

    • Kenya v Senegal
    • Tanzania v Algeria

    See you later!

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    John Bennett

    BBC World Service at the 30 June Stadium

    I had a quick chat with Brit’s Dad Fedora Assombalanga after the game: “I feel like the best dad in the world at the moment. It’s very special because he follows in my footsteps. I was crying when he scored.”

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    Three wins from three for Egypt but despite taking maximum points they are yet to put in a truly good performance in this tournament. They are getting the job done, though, and are clinical. The real test begins in the knockout stage.


    Zimbabwe 0-4 DR Congo

    All over at 30 June Stadium as well. Zimbabwe are heading home while DR Congo round off the group stage with a big win that gives them a big chance of progressing to the last 16 as one of the best third place sides.


    Uganda 0-2 Egypt

    All over!

    Egypt take the win and top spot while Uganda finish second to join the tournament hosts in the last 16.

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    Uganda 0-2 Egypt


    Ahmed Elmohamady lands horribly after challenging for the ball. It looks really nasty as he clatters his head into the grass at an awkward angle. Fortunately he is up and OK to continue after a moment or two of treatment.

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    Zimbabwe 0-4 DR Congo

    Into the final minute of this game and there's not much happening of note on the pitch now. Zimbabwe are heading home while DR Congo have boosted their chances of claiming one of the best third place spots.

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    Uganda 0-2 Egypt

    Five minutes to go and Uganda look to have lost a bit of their drive. They are not going to win this game but they are going through anyway so perhaps have dropped down a gear with one eye on the last 16.

    Instead, it is Egypt who have the chance to add to their tally as Mo Salah curls a shot from just outside the area just over the bar.

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    Uganda 0-2 Egypt

    Nick Cavell

    BBC Africa Sport at Cairo International Stadium

    Losing goalkeeper Denis Onyango is a massive blow for Uganda. He has been the best African stopper for several years now and only Andre Onana's outstanding season with Ajax has challenged that position.

    I spoke to him at training yesterday and he had a bit of a cold. He had a scarf on - but was training normally. I think that the heat and humidity in this stadium probably got to a man who had been weakened by a slight illness.

  10. GOAL - Zimbabwe 0-4 DR Congo

    Britt Assombalonga (78 mins)

    A significant strike for Middlesbrough striker Britt Assombalonga - his first international goal but he has Zimbabwe keeper Elvis Chipezeze partly to thank for it.

    Chipzeze spills a fairly routine shot and then his desperate scramble to gather the loose ball is in vein as Assombalonga pounces to finish.

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    Zimbabwe 0-3 DR Congo

    Fifteen minutes remaining and DR Congo make a change. They are still on the hunt for more goals to improve their goal difference and try and snag one of the best third-place team spots.

    Former West Brom and Celtic midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu is replaced by Elia Meschak.

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    Uganda 0-2 Egypt

    Route one football from Uganda as Emmanuel Okwi chases a long ball from the back. He gets to it before the defender... but flicks it inches wide of the post.

    It is just not Uganda's night.


    Uganda 0-2 Egypt

    It is a double change for Uganda as Khalid Aucho also goes off. He is replaced by Taddeo Lwanga.


    Uganda 0-2 Egypt

    What's happened here? The Uganda keeper Denis Onyango is sitting on the floor. His team-mates and the referee are over to assess him before a signal is made to the bench for a change. For whatever reason, Onyango can't continue. He is in fact having to be taken off on a stretcher. Hopefully it is nothing too serious. Robert Odongkara is coming on.

  15. GOAL - Zimbabwe 0-3 DR Congo

    Cedric Bakambu pen (66 mins)

    Cedric Bakambu smashes home from the spot. The keeper had no chance and DR Congo are coasting towards a big win.


    Zimbabwe 0-2 DR Congo

    Cedric Bakambu is brought down inside the box and a chance for DR Congo to add a third...


    Uganda 0-2 Egypt

    Egypt make their second change of the game as Arsenal man Mohamed Elneny is replaced by Tarek Hamed.

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    Zimbabwe 0-2 DR Congo

    John Bennett

    BBC World Service at 30 June Stadium

    Cedric Bakambu so close to making it 3-0 to DR Congo who are continually slicing open the Zimbabwe defence. You can tell they know how important it is to score more goals to improve the goal difference. Three points and -2 goal difference may not be enough to be a best third placed team.

    Meanwhile, at the other end gaps are opening up - Zimbabwe sub Nyasha Mushekwi nearly got one back with a cheeky back heel.

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    Uganda 0-2 Egypt

    Uganda continue to push for that elusive goal as the ball comes through to Khalid Aucho on the left side of the goal. He fires in a cross, at least I hope it was a cross and not a shot, and it is stabbed behind by an Egypt player, but the clearance could have gone anywhere, including in the back of his own goal.