AFCON 2015 Player Ratings Gabon vs. Congo

Gabon

Didier Ovono 5

Will be disappointed with miscommunication in defence in goal he conceded. Not at fault though.

Johan Obiang 5

Good going forward, but culpable of deserting his post.

Bruno Ecuele Manga 5

Strong tackling, and accurate distribution. Indisputable leader in defence, but should have cleared corner that led to goal.

Aaron Appindangoye 4

Impeded Manga from clearing danger during corner that led to goal.

Lloyd Palun 5

Kept Moutou in check, but didn’t join attack.

Didier Ibrahim Ndong 5

Better in the tackle, but struggled with his long-range passing. Withdrawn earlier for Kanga Kaku.

Biyogo Poko 6

Broke up play well, racked up the kilometres.

Levy Madinda 7

Proactive in breaking from midfield. Always involved, some very clever touches. But needs to be more efficient in attacking third.

Frederic Bulot 5

Good movement, needs to work on criminal finishing.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 7

Gabon’s star once again. Created lots, but a bit too quiet in the second half.

Malick Evouna 6

Better movement and link-up play. Didn’t receive balls in area he wanted to.

Notable subs

Kanga Kaku 6

Brought on to replace Ndong, and was more energetic

 

Congo

Chris Mafoumbi 6

Saved well when called upon. Good command of his box.

Marvin Baudry 4

Wasteful in possession, couldn’t handle Aubameyang.

Boris Moubhio 5

Got stuck in, but lost ball in key areas.

Sagesse Babele 5

One of three AC Leopards defenders tonight, which composed a solid backline.

Dmitri Bissiki 6

AC Leopards man consistent as usual.

Cesair Gandze 5

Involved when deserting wing, drifting central. Contributed nothing of note though.

Delvin Ndinga 6

Did not misplace a pass, protected defence well.

Prince Oniangue 7

Scored go-ahead goal and brought extra element to Congolese attack.

Bouka Moutou 5

His pace always a threat, but very little else.

Thievy Bifouma 6

Always a handful on the ball, looking to run at defenders.

Ferebory Dore 5

Good hold-up play.

Fabrice Ondama 5

Used his pace well on the break to win an important free-kick.

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