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CAVB M: Cameroon and Tunisia will play for the African title

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source: CAVB

Cameroon and Tunisia will play for gold at the African Nations Championship.

Mohammed Al Hachdadi in attack – Photo: CAVB

In the first semi-final match, Cameroon made a big surprise by defeating the favored Moroccan team. Morocco, led by their star Mohammed Al Hachdadi, after a 2-1 lead could not break the resistance of Cameroon who reversed the result and won this semifinal match. Cameroon beat Morocco 3-2 (25-15, 22-25, 25-21, 17-25, 13-15) and advanced to the finals.

Cameroon – Photo: CAVB

In the second semifinal match Tunisia defeated Egypt 3-1 (25-19, 16-25, 25-14, 25-21) with a confident display during 3 winning sets. Tunisia will play for the 11th crown in the final, while Cameroon will try to win their 3rd African title.

Tunisia vs Egypt – Photo: CAVB

Pool A: Rwanda, Uganda, Burkina Faso, Burundi

07.09. Uganda – Burkina Faso 3-1

07.09. Rwanda – Burundi 3-0

09.09. Burundi – Uganda 0-3

09.09. Burkina Faso – Rwanda 0-3

10.09. Burkina Faso – Burundi 1-3

10.09. Rwanda – Uganda 3-2

Standings: 1. Rwanda; 2. Uganda; 3. Burundi; 4. Burkina Faso

Pool B: Tunisia, Nigeria, Ethiopia, South Sudan

07.09. South Sudan – Ethiopia 2-3

07.09. Nigeria – Tunisia 0-3

08.09. Tunisia – Ethiopia 3-0

08.09. Nigeria – South Sudan 3-0

10.09. South Sudan – Tunisia 0-3

10.09. Ethiopia – Nigeria 1-3

Standings1. Tunisia; 2. Nigeria; 3. Ethiopia; 4. South Sudan

Pool C: Cameroon, DR Congo, Mali, Niger

07.09. Cameroon – DR Congo 3-1

07.09. Mali – Niger 3-2

08.09. Niger – DR Congo 2-3

08.09. Mali – Cameroon 0-3

09.09. DR Congo – Mali 3-0

09.09. Cameroon – Niger 3-0

Standings: 1. Cameroon; 2. DR Congo; 3. Mali; 4. Niger

Pool D: Morocco, Kenya, Egypt, Tanzania

08.09. Morocco – Tanzania 3-0

08.09. Kenya – Egypt 3-2

09.09. Egypt – Tanzania 3-1

09.09. Morocco – Kenya 3-1

10.09. Kenya – Tanzania 3-0

10.09. Egypt – Morocco 3-1

Standings: 1. Egypt; 2. Morocco; 3. Kenya; 4. Tanzania

Quarterfinals – September 11, 2021

Rwanda – Morocco 0-3

Cameroon – Nigeria 3-1

Uganda – Egypt 1-3

Tunisia – DR Congo 3-0

Semifinals – September 13, 2012

Morocco – Cameroon 2-3 (25-15, 22-25, 25-21, 17-25, 13-15)

Egypt – Tunisia 1-3 (19-25, 25-16, 14-25, 21-25)

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