Egypt wins the Soccer Betting African Cup of Nations

November 30, 2010 Football Soccer

Egypt took home their second straight African Cup of Nations title, defeating Cameroon 1-0 on Sunday’s soccer betting Final game.

It was the sixth African Cup soccer betting title for Egypt. Mohamed Aboutreika scored in the 77th minute for the only goal of the soccer betting game. Cameroon had very few chances in the soccer betting game, and a bad play by Captain Rigobert Song led to the Egypt’s goal in this soccer bet game.

Song had two chances to clear but let Zidan take it away and Zidan gave it perfectly to Aboutreika who scored into the bottom right corner. Song had a chance to make up for his error but his header in injury time went over the bar. “We made an individual error”, Cameroon defender Bill Tchato said. “It happened to Rigo, who had a great tournament”, Cameroon still played better than in the opening soccer betting match that they lost 4-2 to Egypt. “No one expected us to get to the final”, Cameroon defender Bill Tchato said. “We proved that we are a still a strong team in Africa”.

Egypt dominated most of the soccer betting game and easily could have won by more than just a goal. Hosni Abd Rabou hit the post in the 62nd minute of this soccer bet match-up. Earlier in the first half Sayed Moawad nearly scored on a long shot.

Overall the Cup was a success although the goalkeeping and defense throughout the tournament was poor. Ivory Coast played horribly defensively in the soccer betting semifinals as they allowed four goals and then they allowed four more in the third-place loss to Ghana. Soccer bet fans know that the best player in the tournament may have been Ghana’s Sulley Muntari, but the Black Stars still lost to Cameroon in the soccer betting semifinals. They won 4-2 over Ivory Coast for third place. Cameroon striker Samuel Eto’o led the soccer betting tournament with five goals, but he did nothing after the first round.

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