The national soccer team begins its preparation for the match that will pit them against Uganda in order to qualify for the African Cup of Nations, CAN 2015. On Wednesday, June 4, the Equatorial Guineans will face off against the team of Sao Tome and Prince, in a friendly match.
The women’s national soccer team has obtained a great result in its qualifying match for the CAN 2014, by tying at one goal with the selection of Ivory Coast at the Stadium Robert Champroux of Abidjan.
The girls of the Nzalang managed to get ahead in the scoreboard thanks to a goal from the captain, Genoveva Ayongman, when she scored with a long distance penalty. The Ivorian girls managed to tie the match five minutes later by scoring a dubious penalty against the national team and thus ended the first half.
The Mauritania team defeated Equatorial Guinea’s national soccer team, the Nzalang, on a match this weekend. The Olympic Stadium in Nouakchott, the Mauritanian capital, hosted the preliminary matches for qualification for the African Cup of Nations 2015.
The Deportivo Unidad continues to lead the SEGESA soccer league. Next weekend, the final round of the league will take place in Equatorial Guinea. The leagues score is as follows:
Deportivo Unidad 0 – Sony de Ela Nguema 1
San Pablo 0 – The Panthers 2
Leones Vegetarianos 3 – Real Equis 0
Deportivo Ebenezer 2 – Atletico Malabo 0
Santa Rosa 0 – Inter Junior 2
Atletico Semu 1 – Ateneo F. C. 0
The Equatorial Guinean national soccer, the Nzalang, will play against the Mauritanians on the African Cup of Nations (CAN) 2015, to be held in Morocco.
Here are the pairings for the first preliminary stage:
Central African Republic-Guinea Bissau
Sao Tome and Principe-Benin