AFCON 2019 Facts and Figures

By Daily Sports on July 10, 2019

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As the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) holding in Egypt enters the quarter-final stage this afternoon of Wednesday, July 10, 2019, your favourite Daily Sports is pleased to publish the statistics from all the matches played so far in the tournament as compiled by our man Anthony Obaseki.

Teams with most goals scored so far in the tournament

Algeria = 9

Mali = 6

Senegal = 6

Ivory Coast = 6

Egypt = 5

Nigeria = 5

Madagascar = 5

Ghana = 5

Guinea = 4

Cameron = 4

Dr Congo = 4

Uganda = 4

Morocco = 4

Kenya = 3

Tunisia = 3

Tanzania = 2

Benin = 2

South Africa = 2

Teams without goals so far in the tournament

Guinea-Bissau and Burundi

Teams with most goals conceded plus number of goals conceded so far in the tournament

Tanzania = 8

Kenya = 7

Namibia = 6

Guinea = 6

Mauritania = 4

Congo = 4

Guinea-Bissau = 4

Uganda = 4

Nigeria = 4

Cameron = 3

Ghana = 3

Tunisia = 3

Number of matches played = 44

Number of wins so far in the tournament = 31

Number of loss recorded so far = 31, excluding penalty shootout

Number of draws so far in the tournament = 13

Number of goals scored so far = 85

Average goals per match = 1.93

Matches without goals so far in the tournament = 5:

Mauritania vs Angola

Mauritania vs Tunisia

Ghana vs Cameron

Benin vs Cameron

Benin vs Guinea-Bissau

Number of yellow cards issued so far in the tournament = 86

Average yellow card per match = 1.95

Number of red cards issued so far in the tournament = 4

Number of penalty kicks awarded so far in the tournament = 11

Number of penalty shootout so far in the tournament = 3

Number of O.G scored so far in the tournament = 2

Top scorers so far in the tournament

Sadio Mane (Senegal) = 3

Odion Ighalo (Nigeria) = 3

Adam Ounas (Algeria) = 3

Cedric Bakambu (Congo DR) = 3

Carolus Andriamahitsinoro (Madagascar) = 2

Mohamed Yattara (Guinea) = 2

Mickael Pote (Benin) = 2

Emmanuel Okwi (Uganda) = 2

Ahmed El Mohamady (Egypt) = 2

Jordan Ayew (Ghana) = 2

Michael Olunga (Kenya) = 2

Mohamed Salah (Egypt) = 2

Wilfried Zaha (Cote d’Ivoire) = 2

Source Daily Sports

Posted July 10, 2019


 

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