Cameroon (2nd title)
| 2 (in 2 host cities)|
13 Mar 1988 – 27 Mar 1988
| Cameroon national football team|
Algeria national football team
1986 African Cup of N, 1984 African Cup of N, 1990 African Cup of N, 1992 African Cup of N, 1982 African Cup of N
The 1988 African Cup of Nations was the 16th edition of the Africa Cup of Nations, the soccer championship of Africa (CAF). It was hosted by Morocco, who replaced original host Zambia. Just like in 1986, the field of eight teams was split into two groups of four. The tournament final was held in Casablanca at Stade Mohamed V. Cameroon won its second championship, beating Nigeria in the final 1−0.
This tournament has the least goals-per-game average in Africa Cup of Nations tournaments.
1988 African Cup of Nations Wikipedia
The 8 qualified teams are:
Note: Algeria qualified by drawing of lots.2 goals
Goalkeeper Joseph-Antoine Bell
Defenders Tijani El Maataoui
Midfielders Jacques Kinkomba Kingambo
Forwards Roger Milla