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It was Mali's first ever U-17 World Cup final appearance. Nigeria's Victor Osimhen won the Adidas Golden Boot.
Nigeria is taking back the World Cup in the U-17 division for a second time in a row. The African squad beat Mali 2-0 at Estadio Sausalito in Chile. It is Nigeria's fifth title in this age group and third in the last five World Cups. At the same time, Victor Osimhen from Nigeria was presented with the Adidas Golden Boot.
Nigeria accessed the final by defeating Mexico 4-2 in the semi-final.... Read the rest of the article »
The 2015 edition of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup in Chile has produced the first all-African final in 22 years.
The global football event has showcased some of the top promising talents from different countries across the world, including thrilling goals. When the two African nations lock horns in the finals on Sunday, all eyes will be on Mali who are expected to dethrone reigning champions Nigeria and secure their first ever trophy in the competition at the Estadio Sausalito.
Nigeria are the more experienced... Read the rest of the article »
This year’s FIFA u17 final could feature two African teams, Nigeria and Mali, if the two sides win their semi final fixtures against Mexico and Belgium respectively.
Although the biannual tournament has not produced an all-African final since September 4th, 1993 in Tokyo, Japan, this year’s edition looks quite promising for the two African nations. Nigeria ranks higher than any other team in the competition, having emerged winners four times and runners-up thrice. The west African nation are the defending champions after beating Mexico 3-0 in the 2013 edition... Read the rest of the article »
The first semi finals of the FIFA under-17 World Cup between Mali and Belgium will be a repeat of the previous meeting between the two sides in the group stages of the global competition.
The two sides settled for a goalless draw against each other when they last met in the group stages but the Africans were clearly the better side throughout the match. However, Mali have not lost a match in this year’s tournament and will be looking to proceed with their good run by whizzing past the Central Americans. The Red Devils, who beat Costa Rica by a solitary goal in the quarter finals... Read the rest of the article »
Two African nations will be playing for bronze in the under-20 World Cup. Who'll grab third spot? Read on for online streaming & live TV listings options for Senegal vs. Mali.
The 2015 FIFA under-20 World Cup has reached its climax. Brazil and Serbia will fight it out for the prestigous prize and the title of the best under-20 team in the world when they lock horns in the final, on Saturday, at Auckland's North Harbour Stadium.
However, before the trophy can be handed out, there is the issue the third spot play off, which will be fought over by two of Africa’s... Read the rest of the article »
Both games of the FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015 will stream live on NBCDeportes.com digital platforms and the NBC Deportes EN VIVO EXTRA mobile app.
Brazil vs. Serbia this Friday, June 19 (early morning, Saturday, June 20) at 12:00AM/11PMC/9P on TELEMUNDO; Senegal and Mali will battle for third place on Friday, June 19 at 9PM/8C/6P on NBC UNIVERSO
NBC Deportes presents the FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015 final game, Brazil vs. Serbia, this Friday, June 19 at 12:00AM/11PMC/9P (early morning, Saturday, June 20) on TELEMUNDO, featuring... Read the rest of the article »
Both sides faced each other in the group stage, and now they will fight for a spot in the finals. Check out the Live streaming & TV details for the FIFA U-20 Semi-final between Serbia and Mali below.
When Serbia and Mali were drawn together as part of FIFA's U-20 World Cup in Group D with Mexico and Uruguay, few were able to determine which sides were the favorites to make it to the knockout stages. Today, these teams will determine which side is capable of earning a spot in the final match of the tournament, and fans around the world should not miss one minute of this game.
The Serbian... Read the rest of the article »
Don't miss any details of the U-20 World Cup, when the second games for Groups C & D take place. Check out the live streaming & TV info for each of those matches below.
The second matchday of Groups C and D will take place on June 3, with two sides in each group needing the victory, and two more trying to seal their spot among the final sixteen teams. In the first Group, Portugal and Colombia will try to confirm their chances, while Qatar and Senegal need at least one point to keep their progression hopes alive. The other four teams that complete this matchday are... Read the rest of the article »
Check out the Live streaming & TV info for two of the most interesting matches in the U-20 World Cup: Mexico vs Mali and Colombia vs Qatar
El Mini Tri will start their participation in the U-20 World Cup against Mali on May 31. The Mexican side has become one of the most threatening teams in all tournaments with age limit, having won the U-17 World Cup twice and performing correctly in the upper division, where they reached the third place in 2011.
Coach Sergio Almaguer will have available some quality players such as Raul... Read the rest of the article »
Group D at the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup is a very exciting one with four ambitious teams – Mexico, Mali, Uruguay and Serbia – vying for the knockout stages.
They broke Colombia’s hearts in injury time to win 1-0, left Brazil toothless with a 2-0 score line, and toyed with Chile 6-1. They are the Uruguayans, hosts of the 2015 South American Youth Football Championship where they topped Group B before finishing third in the Final Phase.
Uruguay have one thing in mind: to go one better than they did in Turkey 2013 when they lost to FIFA U-20... Read the rest of the article »
Ahead of Ghana's quarter final game against Guinea, Cameroon's Ghanaian assistant coach Ibrahim Toure expressed his joy at the fact it was Guinea and not Mali the Black Stars had to face.
After the widely criticised CAF drawing lots rule pitted Guinea against Ghana in the quarter finals of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, Cameroon's assistant coach Ibrahim Toure, who had also expressed his hope that he could one day take up the reigns of the Ghana national soccer team job, expressed his relief that it was Guinea and not Mali that the Stars had to face.
Toure was aware of the Malians... Read the rest of the article »
Henryk Kasperczak and Michel Dussuyer, the head coaches of the Mali and Guinea national soccer teams respectively, were irked by the CAF’s rule of using lots to determine the runners up to Ivory Coast in Group D.
Two balls inside a pot, each with the name of a team – that’s how the runners up of Group D, and the team to follow group winners Ivory Coast to the last eight of the Africa Cup of Nations, will be determined at a Malabo hotel on Thursday. Regardless of the fact that this is a procedure that is well stipulated for this kind of situation, the tacticians were adamant that drawing lots was... Read the rest of the article »
Two teams that have had a lukewarm start to their 2015 AFCON take to the field on Saturday. Can one of them get to record three points this time?
When the Malians came up against Cameroon in their opening 2015 Africa Cup of Nations game at the Nuevo Estadio de Malabo, very few people gave them any chance at all of coming out of the encounter with anything short of a demeaning score line. Nonetheless, and against massive odds, The Eagles stood their own against their imperious opponents and put in a very commendable display.
So composed... Read the rest of the article »
Very few teams at this year’s Africa Cup of Nations have had a qualification campaign as brilliant as that of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon.
As a matter of fact, the Lions have been literally indomitable, winning most of their games and drawing just a few.
Those few African football fans who thought that top scorer Samuel Eto’o’s retirement and absence from AFCON 2015 would deal irreparable damage to Cameroon have been silenced. The likes of FC Porto striker Vincent Aboubakar have risen well to the task, ensuring that... Read the rest of the article »
The wheat has been separated from the chaff. But out of the 16 good teams that remain, which can be the best?
It was one of the most thrilling qualification stages since in the history of the Africa Cup of Nations. Some countries, like Angola, Egypt and Nigeria, were shocked out of the competition, leading to a last 16 list devoid of some of the most prominent names on the continent. Others that were given almost no chance by pundits and betting tipsters, like DR Congo, proved their doubters wrong and booked... Read the rest of the article »
Who are the African stars who must perform for their countries this year? Read on!
A team is made of 11 players but it is obvious that some players have more expectations placed on them than others. Such is the case of Yaya Toure, Aubameyang, A. Gyan and a host of other African stars whose countries’ prospects at AFCON 2015 rest squarely on their shoulders. LiveSoccerTV.com takes a look at the players who can not afford to rest on their laurels at this year’s showdown.
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Any opponent that tries to peg Mali for an average performer at AFCON 2015 will be doing so at their own peril. The stage is set for The Eagles to fly in Bata this year.
It was the opening game of the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations in Luanda. Hosts Angola had managed to work their way into a comfortable 4-0 lead against Mali only for The Eagles to crawl their way back to a 4-4 draw, recording one of the greatest upsets in the history of the competition. If Mali can summon the spirit of 2010 in their 9th AFCON appearance this year, they will definitely be formidable to... Read the rest of the article »
Mexico will try to prove once again that they have the mental ability required to win major tournaments. They have been presented with a relatively easy group.
Greece is going to come into the tournament with a team made up of entirely home grown players. Paraguay has only one player who plies his trade outside of the country in Antonio Sanabria of Barcelona. Whether Mali will be strong enough to present a challenge at all remains a big question in itself. Mexico is poised to take this group.
The question, as so often with Mexico, is whether El Tri... Read the rest of the article »
Africa’s biggest football festival is finally upon us. Have you thought about where to watch all the 32 AFCON 2013 matches live between January 19 and February 10?
UK viewers can tune in to British EuroSport / HD and ITV4 to follow their favourite English Premier League stars of African origins such as Chelsea’s Victor Moses and John Obi Mikel fight to carry the ultimate trophy to Nigeria.
Thanks to ESPN3 and Watch ESPN, soccer fans in the United States of America have been able to watch all matches thus far. The... Read the rest of the article »
ESPN3, ESPN 3D and Watch ESPN ready to air the AFCON 2013 final live; ESPN3 includes third-place final in its live listings; ESPN Deportes to provide Nigeria vs Burkina Faso final on delay
Miami Beach, Florida (February 8, 2013) – Three weeks of pure football made in Africa finally comes to a close this weekend. Live Soccer TV gives followers of ESPN’s network information on the live broadcast of the Third-place final, Mali vs Ghana, and the ultimate final, Nigeria vs Burkina Faso.
Tune in to ESPN3 this Saturday at 13:00 EST to watch beaten semi-finalists Mali and Ghana fight... Read the rest of the article »