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MONGOMO, Equatorial Guinea - Asamoah Gyan returned after a bout of malaria at the African Cup of Nations to score an injury-time goal and give Ghana a 1-0 win over tournament favourite Algeria on Friday.Senegal then went top of Group C after fighting back for a 1-1 draw with South Africa.The group is wide open after Gyans goal right at the end at Mongomo Stadium, with Ghana now level with Algeria on three points after two games, one behind Senegal.South Africa has the hardest task to reach the quarterfinals with just a point so far, but even Bafana Bafana is not out of it ahead of the last games.Group C lived up to its billing as one of the toughest and most intriguing when Gyan ran onto a hopeful long ball and finished with a low bouncing shot to boost his teams chances of advancing, while setting Algeria up for a nervous last group game.Coming to the last round of games, a big team is not going to the second round, Senegal coach Alain Giresse said.Giresses team is in the best position, needing just a draw against Algeria to reach the quarterfinals after a thumping header from defender Serigne Mbodji gave it a point against South Africa and kept it the groups only unbeaten team.Gyan is Ghanas top player but missed the teams first game because of a mild bout of malaria, and had to spend a night in the hospital in Mongomo. The team said he still hasnt fully recovered, but he celebrated his late winner by hurdling over the advertising boards and sprinting toward the fans to celebrate.Hes a great player, a fantastic player, great attitude, Ghana coach Avram Grant said. Hes fantastic in important games. Even when hes sick he played 90 minutes and he scored.Algeria ultimately paid the price for not pushing for a victory against Ghana on Friday, seeming content with a draw.The boys didnt play to instructions, Algeria coach Christian Gourcuff said, also claiming his team wasnt help by what he called a poor field in Mongomo and the hot and humid conditions in the far-eastern city.South Africa created good chances against Senegal — like it did in its 3-1 loss to Algeria — but converted just one when Oupa Manyisa struck early in the second half. Bafana Bafana again couldnt hold on to its lead and needs help to make the quarters. It must beat Ghana and hope Senegal beats Algeria to sneak through from last in the group.Anything can happen, South Africa coach Ephraim Mashaba said. Football has its own miracles.___Gerald Imray is on Twitter at www.twitter.com/GeraldImrayAP Jonathan Drouin Lightning Jersey . The 25-year-old native of Milford, Conn., has 18 points in 41 games this season. The five-foot-eight 166-pound centre also has 28 points (10-18) in 15 games with AHL Oklahoma City. Nikita Kucherov Lightning Jersey . Although the deal cannot be made official until the free agent moratorium period is lifted on July 10, Patterson has agreed to a three-year, $18 million extension to remain in Toronto, sources confirm to TSN. http://www.lightningproshop.com/martin-st-louis-jersey/. Lynn was tied for 16th entering the fourth round, six shots behind leader Paul Waring. He started with two birdies and added three more on his last five holes at the Oceanico Victoria course for an 18-under total of 266. 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He trailed by six when he finished, but an hour later, Paul Spargo, playing in the final group, was the leader after a 71 and a 54-hole total of 8-under 208.That was one stroke better than second-round leader Michael Wright, who bogeyed four holes on the back nine for a 74 and after he and fellow Australian Spargo were told they were on the clock for slow play.Im happy with the result considering the conditions, I made some good shots coming in, said Spargo. Who knows what well get weather-wise tomorrow.The forecast for Sunday was for lighter winds from the south, just the opposite of the strong northerlies that buffeted Metropolitan Golf Course on Saturday.Three Australians were tied for third, two strokes behind — 18-year-old amateur Lucas Herbert, who had the round of the day with a 65, Nick Cullen (66) and James Nitties (67).I was quite fortunate to get out before the weather really hit, said Herbert, whose 7-under came in mostly calm morning conditions. That wind was really tough on the last four holes.ddddddddddddGeoff Ogilvy, the 2006 U.S. Open champion, shot 71 and was in a group three shots behind and tied for sixth.Scott, tied for eighth with seven others, shot 39 on the front nine after three bogeys and a birdie, but made a run on the back with four birdies in eight holes before making bogey on 18. Twice he needed two shots to get out of bunkers.Still, Scott remained optimistic heading into Sunday.I hung in there, I felt I swung the club today better than before, and thats something I need to keep going for tomorrow, Scott said. You never know, I might be within shouting distance.Anyone sitting in my position is going out with no pressure. 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