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Video: Yves Bissouma Leaves South Sudan Defenders and Goalkeeper Crawling with 'Filthy' Assist
- Yves Bissouma starred as Mali qualified for AFCON 2023
- The Tottenham star provided a magical assist in the big win against South Sudan
- Bissouma has been in fine form for Tottenham in the new EPL season
Tottenham Hotspurs midfielder Yves Bissouma provided the assist of the year after leaving three South Sudan defenders and goalkeeper on the floor before finding Mali teammate Nene Dorgeles for his side's fourth in the AFCON qualifier.
Bissouma was in sensational form as Mali strolled to a 4-0 victory over South Sudan in Bamako to round up their qualifiers.
Mali have qualified for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations and look like as early favourites ahead of the tournament in Ivory Coast next year.
In a video shared on social media, Bissouma took on a defender and a goalkeeper with a lovely touch before twisting and turning two more to lay a pass to Dorgeles.
Mali dominated the game, scoring two goals in each half to secure a resounding victory in front of their fans.
The Eagles got off to a great start after Ibrahima Kone opened the scoring in the tenth minute before Kamory Doumbia doubled the lead on the half hour mark.
After the break, Doumbia added his second before Dorgeles completed the mauling, as reported by ESPN.
Ghana beat CAR to qualify for AFCON
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ernest Nuamah climbed off the bench to score the winner as the Black Stars came from a goal down to beat the Central African Republic and qualify for AFCON 2023.
Mohammed Kudus cancelled an early strike from Louis Mafouta as Ghana went into the break level.
The visitors got off to a great start, winning the first corner of the game in the 6th minute, but failed to take advantage of the set-piece.
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Super Eagles send Sao Tome warning
The Super Eagles of Nigeria will host Sao Tome and Principe at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium, Uyo, in their last Africa Cup of Nations qualifying round.
Nigeria won the first leg of the tie 10-0, with Victor Osimhen scoring four goals at the Stade Arar, Morocco, on matchday two last year.
Super Eagles goalkeeper, Ojo Olorunleke is charged up despite it being a dead rubber game.