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Defences have tended to enjoy the upper hand at Gabon 2017, but it was a very different story on Friday, as C?te d'Ivoire and Congo DR set an attacking tone. Both sides were in hungry mood, and although their finishing did not always match up to the intensity, Neeskens Kebano quickly opened the scoring with a powerful first-time effort. That put the Elephants on the back foot for Fifa 17 Coins with Account, and the excitement only built, as the Leopards looked to double their lead. It was C?te d'Ivoire who struck next, however, as Wilfried Bony equalised with a header before Junior Kabananga nodded in just two minutes later to put his team back in front. It was a similar story after the interval, with the Oyem crowd treated to a string of chances, though there was just one more goal to come, as Ivorian captain Serey Die secured a 2-2 draw. The African champions must now beat Morocco to secure their progress from the group stage, while Congo DR stand on the verge of a last-eight berth.
As for Morocco, the frustration endured after their loss to the Leopards was replaced by relief at the end of their game against Togo. Given a shock when Mathieu Dossevi's angled finish on five minutes capped an excellent team move on the counter-attack, the Atlas Lions duly responded with character and control. They led just 16 minutes later, Aziz Bouhaddouz and Romain Saiss turning the tide – though the Sparrow Hawks were not done yet, much in thanks to national legend Emmanuel Adebayor.
The 32-year-old led the resistance, popping up all over the pitch and enjoying plenty of support from Dossevi, but his side could not snuff out the pressure at the other end. Instead, Nabil Dirar and M'Bark Boussoufa terrorised the Togolese defence before Youssef En-Nesyri put the result beyond doubt to leave Morocco well placed to advance. Togo's hopes, on the other hand, now hang by a thread.