The Gambia have picked up three points against Mali, in Match day four of the African Cup of Nations qualifier this Tuesday .
The game had taken place at the Mohamed V Stadium in Casablanca.The Gambian grab their victory courtesy a goal from Omar Colley.
The Malian side mounted much pressure on the Gambian at the midfield, in the start of the tight clash.
At the 25th minutes, Barrow by-passed three Malian defenders in a sensational dribble. Mohamed Camara’s left back foot deviated the ball for a corner kick.
Doumbia failed to give Mali a goal , in a one -on- one tussle with goalkeeper Gaye. Unfortunately his weak strike was grabbed with much ease by the keeper.
Colley and Sanneh in a beautiful ball combination attempted, a distant lope of the Malian keeper in a thunderous shot, that hit the left angle of his cage.
The Gambian scored their lone goal at the 67th minutes, thanks to an amazing goal from the Besiktas defender, Omar Colley.
Coulibaly and Samassekou orchestrated some excellent goal chances through the flanks. But Fadera and Touray were bent on ensuring that non of the balls reach their goal area.
Mali remains on top spot with 9 points, Congo and Gambia shares 6 points each.While South Sudan remains with 3 points in group G.
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