Kim Poulsen, Tanzania coach
It's a good result for us. I told the players at halftime to continue pushing harder and make the opponents tired and make them make mistakes and that's what they did. It is a good journey now, we have played two games, we are number two in the group and we will be stronger and stronger, it was good for the boys because they got what they deserved, the victory... This victory will push them even more, we have sent a signal to each other that we are on right track, we are moving on this journey for the new era and great heights.
Mustapha Jarju, Gambia skipper
"We are disappointed, we were leading 1-0 in the first half then we conceded bad goals, Tanzania played better football than us. If you can imagine how we travelled, we flew to Senegal then to Burkina Faso then here, we arrived here on Friday and it was difficult to recover and play this difficult game. What can we do, we have to do our best..."