Libreville - Five facts for the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-final between Cameroon and Senegal in Franceville Saturday (1900 GMT):
-- The countries will be meeting for the fourth time at the Cup of Nations with Senegal winning the first match and Cameroon the next two.
-- Senegal triumphed 2-0 at the group stage of the 1990 tournament in Algeria and Cameroon beat the 1992 hosts 1-0 in a quarter-final.
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-- They met a third time in the 2002 final in Bamako with Cameroon winning 3-2 on penalties after a 0-0 draw following extra time.
-- Senegalese Aliou Cisse is one of two local coaches to reach the 2017 knockout phase. The other is Democratic Republic of Congo handler Florent Ibenge.
-- Belgian Hugo Broos coaches Cameroon. He succeeded German Volker Finke and is the latest of many foreigners to lead the Indomitable Lions.
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