Burkina Faso, with a goal from Hassane Bande, achieved this Thursday its first victory in this edition of the Africa Cup of Nations after beating a Cape Verde (0-1) that takes a step back in its qualification options.
The Burkinabe team, who on the first day of this group A they lost to Cameroon, the pass to the round of 16 will be played on the last date, in the duel against Ethiopia, which has lost the two games they have played.
The clash played at the Stade d’Olembé was uneven five minutes before the break when a boarding on the right by Issa Kabore ended with an aerial cross that Hassane Bande headed to beat Vozinha.
The scoreboard did not move and the team led by Kamou Malo added their first three points to temporarily place second in the table.
After completing the second day, Cameroon leads with two wins and six points, three more than Burkina Faso and Cape Verde. Ethiopia, bottom, has not yet scored