South-Africa

DRC made to work hard for win

2014-01-14 19:46
Goal (AFP)

Polokwane - The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have kicked off their 2014 African Nations Championship campaign with a hard-earned 1-0 victory over Mauritania in Polokwane on Tuesday evening.

The first half was dominated mainly by the DRC, who had several decent chances to score.

Ten minutes into the match, the DRC had the first good chance of the game, when Eddy Omomo flashed a header just wide of goal.

The final 10 minutes saw Mauritania pushing for an equaliser, but they created nothing more than half chances as the DRC held on fairly comfortably for the victory.

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