Reactions: Guinea 1-2 Cote d’Ivoire

Mohamed Kanfory Bangoura (Head Coach, Guinea) The Ivorians were motivated and mentally strong. Our problem was psychological.

Cote d’Ivoire beat Guinea to claim bronze

First half goals from Koffi Boua and Gbagnon Badie powered Cote d’Ivoire to a 2-1 win over Guinea in the third place match on Sunday in Kigali.

DR Congo aim for second CHAN title

The Democratic Republic of Congo aim to become the first side to lift the African Nations Championship twice when they play Mali in the final in Rwanda on Sunday.

Reactions: DR Congo 5-4 (pen) Guinea

Mohamed Kanfory Bangoura (Head Coach, Guinea) Coming into this competition, my objective was at least to finish second, but we lost the semis. We played against a team (DR Congo) that was advanced mentally and technicall

DR Congo ends Guinea fairytale run

DR Congo edged Guinea 5-4 on penalties to reach the final of the African Nations Championship for the second time.

Start list: RD Congo vs Guinea

Start list: RD Congo vs Guinea

Ivory Coast, Mali renew old rivalry in CHAN semis

African champions Ivory Coast will attempt to keep their momentum going when they face arch-rivals Mali in the African Nations Championship semi-final in Rwanda on Thursday.

Reactions: Zambia 4-5 (pen) Guinea

George Lwandamina (Head Coach, Zambia) We played the way we wanted to play and planned. I knew Guinea has very fast players, but my defenders were firm and watertight, being the only team which never conceded a goal. We created some chances but failed to score.

Heroic Keita sends Guinea into last four

Captain Abdoul Aziz Keita was the hero for Guinea as they edged Zambia 5-4 on penalties and book their place at the semis.