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MAURITIUS 4 : 0 SEYCHELLES
Match Information
Status:Full Time
Venu:Nkana Stadium
Date:Wednesday 10 July
Kick-off:15:00
Tournament:Cosafa Cup 2013
Officials:Victor Gomes (Referee)
Blow by Blow
94That's it for Cosafa Cup action on Wednesday. Good evening everyone.
94Mauritius walk away with the bragging rights after demolishing Seychelles in the 'Islands' derby. They were the better side while Seychelles had to make do with playing a man down for 55 minutes
94Fulltime in Nkana Stadium.
91Substitution - Randolph Lablache on for Gervais Waye-Hive - Final change for Seychelles in added time as Waye-Hive is unable to continue after that Bazerque tackle
90There will be three minutes of added time
90Benoit Marie Yellow Card
89Jean Bazerque Yellow Card - The defender goes into the referee's book after an overzealous tackle
88Substitution - Sewram Gobin on for Louis Desire Fabien Pithia - Final change for Mauritius as the goalscorer Pithia is withdrawn
87Free Kick - Zialor is fouled and Seychelles have a set piece. Waye-Hive however fails to trouble the keeper
83Patate misses a glorious chance failing to connect with a Pierre cross shot from literally two yards. Poor poor miss
75Substitution - Guiyano Chiffone on for Christopher L'Enclume - Another change for Mauritius as Chiffone gets a run out
70Stephane Pierre Goal - Pierre makes it 4-0 after his left footed finish squeezes under the goalkeeper's despairing dive
54Corner - Yves Zialor forces Augustine to a fine save. The corner however comes to nothing
47Mauritius have been the dominant side in the first 45 with Calambe and Pierre prominent. Seychelles' coach needs to have one heck of a teamtalk if they are to claw their way back into this game.
47Halftime at Nkana Stadium.
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Statistics
4 Goals 0
2 Corners 1
0 Free Kicks 1
1 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 1
Mauritius
Seychelles
Team Team
2Chandrayah Veeranah
3Jean Bazerque
14Percy Buckland
5Cedric Permal
9John Gurty Calambe
4Joye Estazie
16Aboobakar Augustin
17Louis Desire Fabien Pithia
10Fabrice Pathia
11Stephane Pierre
6Christopher L'Enclume
20Jules Monnaie
14Adrian Constance
12Patrick Bonne
3Benoit Marie
6Steve Henriette
13Colin Esther
8Bernard St Ange
17Gervais Waye-Hive
5Alex Nibourette
7Achille Henriette
10Yves Zialor
Replacements Replacements
8Colin Bell
18Guiyano Chiffone
12Menzy Coco
13Jean-Denis Dookee
19Sewram Gobin
7Franco Hypolite
1Ivahn Marie Jose
15Andy Patate
20Luther Rose
18Kitson Cecile
4Ronny Hoareau
19Betrand Lablache
9Randolph Lablache
16Nelson Laurence
2Yannick Manoo
15Ronny Maringo
1Dave Mussard
11Darwind Rosette
Substitutions
91Randolph Lablache on for Gervais Waye-Hive - Injury
88Sewram Gobin on for Louis Desire Fabien Pithia - Tactical
75Guiyano Chiffone on for Christopher L'Enclume - Tactical
68Andy Patate on for John Gurty Calambe - Tactical
44Yannick Manoo on for Alex Nibourette - Injury


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