Knowledge Musona’s downward header and Kudakwashe Mahachi’s low strike put the Warriors two up at half-time. Guinea captain Naby Keita replied with a stunning goal in Yaounde, in a match that saw referee Salima Mukansanga make history.
The Rwandan, 35, became the first woman to referee a Nations Cup game. Guinea finish second in the group table, ahead of Malawi on head-to-head record after the Flames drew 0-0 with Senegal.
The West Africans will now face the runners-up from Group F on Monday, 24 January 2022, but will be without Liverpool midfielder Keita, who will be suspended after picking up his second booking at the tournament.
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