Later today, football fans will see action form Group D of the CHAN tournament in Morocco. After Congo faces Angola and Burkina Faso plays against Cameroon, the curtain will be drawn on the group stages of the tournament. The boys will go back home and the men will advance.
The past few days in Morocco has seen players, plying their trade in their home country, represent their country and take on the rest of the continent. And they’ve all contributed to making it a worthwhile group stage
In the first round of group stage games, the goals were rare. Most games ended in drab draws and the margins for the wins were pretty wide. Of course the North Africans (Morocco and Libya) took the opportunity to run riot and gain an early lead in their respective groups.
In the second round, every game featured at least one goal, from Nigeria’s win over Libya and Sudan’s win over Mauritania. It was sign of things to come in the third round of the group stage games. Or not?
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Like the first round, the third round of games has featured just two games having at least 2 goals or more. 6 games have been played. That means four games ended either in 0-0 draws or wins by a very slim margin. Even the free-scoring home side, Morocco, was held to a goalless draw by the Sudanese.
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Seven teams have already booked their place in the quarter finals: Morocco and Sudan from Group A, Zambia and Namibia from Group B, Nigeria and Libya from Group C, Congo from Group D.
While we’re waiting on the remaining two teams to join the already-qualified ones, here are some trends that can help you to make money from CHAN 2018:
- Morocco, after scoring 7 goals in the competition so far, is the side that has scored the most times in the competition (so far). The next team on that list is Zambia, with 6 goals.
- Of all the teams that have qualified so far, only Libya has tasted defeat (in their 0-1 loss to Nigeria). The remaining teams have found a way to stay unbeaten so far.
- All of Nigeria’s 4 goals scored in this competition so far have been scored in the second half of their games.
- Congo still has a group stage game in hand to be played. But having earned 6 points from their first two games, they have already qualified. And what’s more? They have not conceded a single goal – one of the only two sides yet to concede any goals in this tournament, the other being Angola.
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