Setting High Goals

Posted January 22nd, 2015 at 8:46 am (UTC-4)
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A goal, the holy grail of football. Every footballer wants to do it, and every fan wants to see it.

The Africa Cup of Nations having hosted many of these goals, we decided to brush up on our number skills by finding four interesting scoring facts.

Check out this video, and see if you can play along.

 

Want to take a wild guess about how many goals will be scored in AFCON 2015? (Hint: 20 have already been scored)

Post a comment below, and we’ll make sure to revisit your predictions.

 

Teff Teff
Raised in Ethiopia, Teff Teff has played the game for as long as he remembers. He is a huge Manchester United supporter who tries to emulate his heroes the best way he can, on FIFA or at the local park. He is a multimedia producer for the Africa Division at VOA, where he spreads the football gospel to anyone who listens.

One response to “Setting High Goals”

  1. solomon says:

    it is good information and specially people who live in western hemisphere are totally disconnected from African regional sport like Africa Cup of Nation(ACN )& All African Games. Lack of a strong dynamic website dedicated for Africa sport causes distortion of facts and truth about the past .
    Keep up the good work!

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