Africa Cup of Nations: it's the day of the Ivory Coast-Nigeria remaining. Here's how a lot the winner earns | EUROtoday

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The 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (held in 2024 following Ivory Coast's organizational issues) is coming to an finish. The remaining will characteristic Nigeria and the hosts Ivory Coast, in a match that guarantees to be thrilling and filled with fascinating concepts. Sports, but in addition monetary. Let's begin with the primary ones.

Serie A on the pitch

From a purely sporting standpoint, Nigeria, contemporary from a transparent run within the group and two hard-fought victories within the quarter-finals and semi-finals, is specializing in its stellar assault, led by Victor Osimhen (high scorer of the match with 4 targets) and supported by Ademola Lookman and Samuel Chukwueze. An all-Italian trident (all of them play in Serie A), briefly, which follows the directives of coach José Peseiro. But defensive solidity can even be a key issue for the Nigerian staff.

Ivory Coast, nevertheless, had a extra tortuous path, with a draw on their debut and two slim successes within the knockout section. The energy of the “Elephants” lies within the expertise of gamers akin to Sébastien Haller (creator of three targets), Nicolas Pépé and Franck Kessié.

The match might be performed at the moment, Sunday 11 February, at 9pm on the Félix Houphouët-Boigny Stadium in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. And the environment will definitely be incandescent. The trophy, furthermore, has a sure historical past: the primary version dates again to 1957. While the staff with probably the most successes is Egypt, with 7 competitions gained. Ivory Coast, alternatively, has triumphed twice, the final in 2015. Nigeria, chasing its fourth title, boasts the report for participation (19) and semi-finals reached (15).

Prize cash and hundreds of thousands

It can be very fascinating to research the monetary facet of this competitors. Because the prize cash of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations has elevated by 40% in comparison with the earlier version. And the breakdown is that this: