Egypt's national soccer team players attend a training session ahead of their African Nations Cup final soccer match against Cameroon, in Libreville, Gabon Febuary 3, 2017, on Sunday. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
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There will be a familiar feel about Sunday's African Nations Cup final as Cameroon and record-winners Egypt do battle for the continental crown for the third time since 1986 .The two countries have won just over a third of all past Nations Cup tournaments between them, with Egypt looking to triumph for the eighth time and Cameroon seeking a fifth success. Cameroon and Egypt played in the 1986 Cairo final, with Egypt winning on penalties after a goalless draw, and in 2008 in Accra when Mohamed Aboutrika scored to earn Egypt a narrow 1-0 victory.
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