- Algeria vs Guinea AFCON clash ended in favour of the Fennecs
- A goal each from Riyad Mahrez, Adam Ounas and Mohamed Youcef Belaili were all the Desert Foxes needed to reach the quarterfinals
- The will now battle the winner of Mali and Ivory Coast in their next game
Algeria are through to the quarterfinals of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations championship following their 3-0 win over Guinea at the 30 June Stadium on Sunday, July 7.
Mohamed Youcef Belaili opened scoring for the Dessert Foxes in the 24th minute after powering home a low shot from close range with Baghdad Bounedjah claiming the assist for the goal.
Manchester City attacker Riyad Mahrez doubled his side's lead 12 minutes into the second half with a stunning strike and take his tally at the tourney to two goals after four matches.
The Guineans had a couple of chances in the game but their ability to convert those begging opportunities cost them the match.
Ten minutes to the end of the match, the away team tried mounting pressure on the north African side but coach Djamel Belmadi's side maintain their cool.
Algeria however launched a counter attacking move against their opponent with Adam Ounas perfectly converting Youcef Attal's link-play from the right flank and make it three goals.
The Fennecs came into this competition as one of the favourites owing to the array of stars they parade, plus the fact that they won all three group games earlier in the competition.
They however maintained their winning streak to four matches and also remain unbeaten with the championship gradually drawing to a close.