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Awards and Statistics of the Total U-20 Africa Cup of Nations

Awards and Statistics of the Total U-20 Africa Cup of Nations
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Confederation of African Football (CAF) has released all the award winners and statistics of the Total U-20 Africa Cup of Nations won by a brilliant Zambian side. The tournament was without continent kingpins Ghana and Nigeria but that never took the shine out of it as participatin teams showcased brillance of football in their games.

Total Man of the Competition: Patson DAKA (Zambia)

Total Man of the Match (Final Match): Mangani BANDA (Zambia)

Top scorer: Luther SINGH (South Africa) – 4 goals plus two assists

Fair play team: South Africa


Goalkeeper: Mangani BANDA (Zambia)

Defenders: Ousseynou DIAGNE (Senegal), Mamadou MBAYE (Senegal), Solomon SAKALA (Zambia)

Midfielders: Krepin DIATTA (Senegal), Ibrahima NIANE (Senegal), Sylla MORLAYE (Guinea), Edward CHILUFYA (Zambia), Fashion Sakala (Zambia)

Forwards: Luther SINGH (South Africa), Patson DAKA (Zambia)


Lamine SARR (Senegal), Prosper CHILUYA (Zambia), Enock MWEPU (Zambia), Grant MARGEMAN (South Africa), Liam JORDAN (South Africa), Yamodou TOURE (Guinea), Mohamed Aly CAMARA (Guinea)


Final rankings

1. Zambia
2. Senegal
3. Guinea
4. South Africa
5. Cameroon
6. Egypt
7. Sudan
8. Mali

Goals scored

13 goals : Zambia
10 goals : South Africa
8 goals : Senegal
6 goals : Guinea
5 goals : Cameroon
3 goals : Mali, Sudan
2 goals : Egypt

Goals conceded

2 goals : Zambia
4 goals : Egypt
6 goals : Cameroon, Guinea, Senegal
8 goals : Sudan
9 goals : South Africa, Mali

Goal difference

+11 : Zambia
+2 : Senegal
+1 : South Africa
0 : Guinea
-1 : Cameroon
-2 : Egypt
-5 : Sudan
-6 : Mali

Total goals

Group A : 19 goals
Group B : 24 goals
Semi-finals, third place and final: 7 goals
Total: 50 goals (average of 3.12 goals par match)

Scorers chart

4.Luther Singh (South Africa), Edward Chilufya, Patson Daka (Zambia)

3.Fashion Junior Sakala (Zambia)

2.Liam Jordan (South Africa), Eric Ayuk Mbu (Cameroon), Morlaye Sylla (Guinea), Ousseynou Diagne (Senegal)

1.Tercious Malepe (South Africa), Samuel Gouet, Kalvin Jih Ketu, Olivier Mbaizo (Cameroon), Mostafa Abdalla, Karim Hassan, Nasser Maher (Egypt), Naby Bangoura, Mohamed Aly Camara, Yamodou Touré (Guinea), Abdoul Karim Danté, Moussa Diakité, Sékou Koïta (Mali), Aliou Badji, Krépin Diatta, Ibrahima Niane (Senegal), Hassan Hassan, Walaa Mohamed (Sudan), Emmanuel Banda, Enock Mwepu (Zambia)

Total Man of the Match

Zambia-Guinea: Patson Daka (Zambia)

Mali-Egypt: Sékou Koita (Mali)

Senegal-Sudan: Krepin Diatta (Senegal)

South Africa-Cameroon: Luther Singh (South Africa)

Egypt-Guinea: Yamodou Touré (Guinea)

Zambia-Mali: Fashion Junior Sakala (Zambia)

Cameroon-Sudan: Eric Ayuk Mbu (Cameroon)

Senegal- South Africa: Ousseynou Diagne (Senegal)

Zambia-Egypt: Enock Mwepu (Zambia)

Sudan-South Africa: Sibongakonke Mbatha (South Africa)

Guinea-Mali: Morlaye Sylla (Guinea)

Senegal-Cameroon: Krepin Diatta (Senegal)

Zambia-South Africa: Edward Chilufya (Zambia)

Senegal-Guinea: Jean Jacques Ndecky (Senegal)

Guinea-South Africa: Mohamed Aly Camara (Guinea)

Zambia-Senegal: Mangani Banda (Zambia)

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