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Ghana 2-0 Cape Verde

Ghana beat Cape Verde 2-0 to advance to the Africa Cup of Nations soccer semifinals.

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Ghana players celebrate winning their quarter final African Cup of Nations soccer match against Cape Verde at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
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Carlitos appeared merely to nudge Asamoah Gyan off the ball in the box
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PENALTY!!!
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Mubarak Wakaso scored from the penalty spot
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1-0: Wakaso Mubarak scores with a penalty
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1-0:Goooooooooaaaaal!
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Celebration
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Gyan vs Nando
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Danquah-Adomanh Albert - MIA
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Dauda Saves
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Afful
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Asante Solomon: Came in as substitute. Asante has been a ray of light in his brief, late cameos, with some brave running and inventive wing-play.
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Man of the match Dauda was a big reason why Ghana's 2-0 lead ended up standing, as he made three brilliant saves against Cape Verde's Platini, Djaniny and Heldon Ramos.
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Kwadwo Asamoah -MIA
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Badu Emmanuel Agyeman - MIA
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John Pantsil's epic performance on defense has allowed Ghana to neutralize some of their opponent's best players.
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One of Ghana's most explosive players, Wakaso, finally erupted for the first time in the AFCON as he scored two goals in the Black Stars' quarterfinal win
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2-0: Wakaso Mubarak, second from right, celebrates with teammates after scoring his second goal
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Cape Verde's Marco Soares, top, avoids a tackle from Harrison Afful, bottom,
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Asamoah Gyan
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Oh, to be a little brother. That's what Cape Verde have felt like at the African Nations' Cup. Their dream run at this year's tournament ended by a so-called bigger brother that they actually had the better of.
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It's Over
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Cape Verde's Heldon (C) reacts as Ghana's Christian Atsu (R) consoles him
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Wakaso Mubarak (2nd R) of Gana celebrates scoring a penalty