Democratic Republic of Congo president Joseph Kabila presented the country's African Nations Championship (CHAN) winners with a fleet of high-end 4x4s on Tuesday.
1. DR Congo
3. Côte d’Ivoire
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Best Player: Mechack Elia (DR Congo)
Top scorer: Mechack Elia (DR Congo): 4 goals and two assist
Goal of the Tournament: N’Guessan Serge (Côte d’Ivoire) against Cameroon
Fair Play Trophy: DR Congo
Djbril Drame (Head Coach, Mali)
DR Congo deserves the victory.
A brace from Mechak Elia and the other by Jonathan Bolingi was all DR Congo needed to beat Mali 3-0 in the final on Sunday and cruise to their second African Nations Championship (CHAN) title.
Mohamed Kanfory Bangoura (Head Coach, Guinea)
The Ivorians were motivated and mentally strong. Our problem was psychological.
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.