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Hlts Zambia vs DR Congo - Africa Cup of Nations

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Match facts: DR Congo vs. Tunisia (Africa Cup of Nations
Ahram Online is providing a live score coverage for Monday's match between DR Congo and Tunisia in the African Cup of Nations



FULL TIME: DR Congo 1-1 Tunisia
Scorers: Loteteka Bokila 66 / Ahmed Akaichi 31



Yellow cards:

Mohamed Ali Yaacoubi (DR Congo)



Starting lineups:

DR Congo: Robert Kidiaba - Chancel Mbemba, Joel Mpela, Issama Djos, Jean Kasasula - Cedric Mongongu (Gabriel Zakuani 86), Cedric Mabwati, Cedric Makiadi (Loteteka Bokila 60) Yanick Bolasie, Firmin Mubele Ndombe (Kabananga Kalonji 78), Dieudonne Mbokani.

Tunisia: Aymen Mathlouthi - Ali Maaloul, Aymen Abdennour, Syam Ben Youssef, Mohamed Ali Yaacoubi - Hamza Mathlouthi, Houcine Ragued (Houcine Nater 87), Ferjani Sassi, Yassine Chikhaoui - Wahbi Khazri (Mohamed Ali Moncer 76), Ahmed Akaichi (Hamza Younes 73).
Match facts: Cape Verde vs. Zambia (Africa Cup of Nations)
Ahram Online is providing a live score coverage for Monday's match between Cape Verde and Zambia in the African Cup of Nations

Full time: Cape Verde 0-0 Zambia



Yellow cards:

Carlos Emanuel (Cape Verde)
Christopher Munthali (Zambia)
Evans Kangwa (Zambia)



Starting line ups:

Cape Verde:

Josimar Dias, Fernando Varela, Carlos Tavares (Kuca 79), Ianique Tavares, Admilson Barros, Antonio Varela (Odaïr Fortes 74), Nuno Rocha, Carlos Lima, Heldon Ramos, Garry Rodrigues, Ryan Mendes (Jorge Djaniny 57)



Zambia:

Kennedy Mweene, Davies Nkausu, Emmanuel Mbola, Stoppila Sunzu, Kondwani Mtonga, Lubambo Musonda (Patrick Ngoma 71), Chisamba Lungu, Evans Kangwa, Christopher Munthali (Donashano Malama 58), Rainford Kalaba, Given Singuluma (Mukuka Mulenga 84)
Oldham Athletic have been accused of double standards by former player Cristian Montano,
who was sacked by the club amid allegations of spot-fixing.
Montano was one of a number of players named by the National Crime Agency in November 2013,
but he was never charged and the case was eventually dropped.

League One side Oldham courted controversy recently when they considered the prospect of signing
convicted rapist Ched Evans, before a largely negative response from sponsors, fans and the general public led
to them backing down.

And Montano believes it is unfair that Evans was almost given a chance, while he was dismissed.

"It has been a really tough time," the 23-year-old winger told BBC Sport.

"There were times when I couldn't stop crying, when I thought my life was over, when I thought there was no way back.

"Now the case has been dropped it feels like the clouds have been lifted from over my head.

"It feels like the nightmare I have lived through is over.

"I felt down, upset, because I haven't been convicted of anything. There were accusations, but I was innocent.

"But then Oldham attempt to sign Ched Evans. I was down - they treated me as they did and then
they go and do what they did with Ched Evans."

Montano has spent the past six months playing for the America de Cali in his native Colombia but is hopeful
of a return to British football.

"I am giving my best for the team down here and hopefully, one day in the near future,
I will get an opportunity back in the UK," he added.

"I would grab it with both hands. Start from where I left off."
Martin Brodeur's long and accomplished career is over, but his time as an executive is about to begin.

The NHL's all-time winningest goalie is retiring after 25 seasons and has accepted a job within the Blues'
front office, according to Sportsnet. Brodeur's position with the organization is being described as an
"executive role," per the report.

Brodeur is only expected to remain with the Blues until the end of the season,
at which point he will rejoin Devils, where he played for 24 years, according to Devils president and
general manager Lou Lamoriello.

Brodeur is expected to make an announcement regarding his future later Tuesday.

"He could've come here if he wanted to," Lamoriello told nj.com. "I don't think it's a case of choosing.
He's been (in St. Louis) with the players. The players and administration asked him to stay.
I certainly understand. Marty and I have been in constant contact."

Lamoriello added, "I support this."

Brodeur, 42, signed with the Blues in December following an injury to Brian Elliott and went 3-3-0.
They were the only NHL games he has ever played outside of the Devils organization. Elliott returned
earlier this month and the team's necessity for Brodeur's services diminished.

Brodeur holds the NHL's all-time goalie records for games played (1,266), wins (691) and shutouts (125).
Roma midfielder Daniele De Rossi is set for a short spell on the sidelines with a calf injury.

The Italy international has sustained a partial tear to his left calf and has already begun treatment on the issue.

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