25 January 2013
Congo-Kinshasa: Mulumbu Keeps Cup Dream Alive
By José-Amed Kouyaté
DR Congo face make or break final group game.
Youssouf Mulumbu helped DRC keep their African Cup of Nations quarter-final hopes alive with a goalless draw against Niger last night.
The Baggies midfielder played the full 90 minutes and missed a good chance to break the deadlock in the Group B encounter at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth.
And the Leopards must now beat Mali on Monday (ko 5pm BST) to qualify for the last eight and stay in the South Africa tournament.
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