Zambia’s 2015 Africa Cup Group B opponents Tunisia and Cape Verde wrapped-up their friendly engagements with rallying results in their respectively warmup games over the weekend.

In Dakar, Cape Verde came from 2-0 at the break to beat Congo Brazzaville 3-2 after the Red Devils took the lead through Prince Oniangue and Thievy Bifouma who scored in the 15th and 30th minutes respectively.

The Blue Sharks rally began thanks to an Igor Nganga own goal in the 53rd minute before Jailton ‘Kuka’ Miranda equalised in the 57th minute.

Djaniny Semedo handed Cape Verde the win in the 70th minute.

This was Cape Verde’s second pre-2015 Africa Cup friendly after drawing 1-1 with tournament hosts Equatorial Guinea in their first game on January 7 played in Portugal.

At Rades on Sunday, Tunisia also rallied in their home game against Algeria to draw 1-1.

Algeria took the lead in the 39th minute when defender Liassine Cadamuro broke the deadlock with a header before he was sent off three minutes later.

Tunisia equalised in the 44th minute through a Wahbi Khazri direct free kick.

The friendly was both Tunisia and Algeria’s first pre-tournament buildup game.

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  2. Zambia has played I match and lost.I had suggested they play Egypt or Algeria.
    Forget about AFCON.It will be an embarrassing outcome like the Burkina Fasso Ouagadougou outing.


  3. When other teams in the group are playing top quality opposition you are busy playing Cosmos from first division in south africa, shame on you bunch of losers you are not going anywhere with your remote controlled coach i hate to be Zambian on times like this.


  4. I see Zambia been kicked out just in the first round. No much preparations so far, playing SA and going down by a goal shouldn’t be something that should put much pride in our team. I foresee Janza been the culprit or maybe fired and people like Kalu will still be running the affairs of our beloved sports. History never seem to teach us lessons.



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