Port-Gentil (Gabon) (AFP) - Angry fans attacked the home of Togo's Kossi Agassa and the "scarred" goalkeeper is now a major doubt for the decisive Africa Cup of Nations clash against DR Congo on Tuesday. The 38-year-old was blamed by Togolese fans for his role in the 3-1 defeat to Morocco last Friday and some took their fury out by targeting his home in the capital Lome at the weekend, forcing police to intervene. "Agassa is very upset and it has had an impact on the morale of the whole team," said Togo coach Claude Le Roy at a press conference ahead of the DR Congo game in the Gabonese port city of Port-Gentil.
USMNT young star Christian Pulisic's future appears to be in Germany. After interest from Liverpool, Pulisic signed a contract extension with Borussia Dortmund on Monday. The deal sees him extend his contract until June 30, 2020. Here's what this move means for him, the USMNT and other Americans. Obviously every player wants to have a nice contract, especially a long-term one. This should end any thoughts the midfielder has had about leaving the club, if at all. He is at a club renowned for developing young talent and this should only aid in his improvement, which could reach the level of European soccer star. "I still have a lot to learn," Pulisic said. "I feel Dortmund offers the best conditions
(CNN)Host Gabon exited the Africa Cup of Nations after being held to a goalless draw by Cameroon, which progressed from Group A with Burkina Faso Sunday. Gabon was left to rue an astonishing early miss by star striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang which might have changed the complexion of a largely disappointing game in the Stade de l'Amitie.