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Ariel Schalit, Associated Press
CORRECTS PLAYER'S NAME - Zambia's James Chamanga celebrates his goal against Sudan during the African Cup of Nations quarter final soccer match in Bata, Equatorial Guinea, Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012.

MALABO, Equatorial Guinea — Ivory Coast and Zambia reached the African Cup of Nations semifinals with 3-0 wins on Saturday.

Ivory Coast ended the dream run of co-host Equatorial Guinea, while Zambia knocked out Sudan to make the last four for the first time in 16 years.

Ivory Coast awaits the winner of the Gabon-Mali match on Sunday, while Zambia will face either Ghana or Tunisia.

Captain Didier Drogba scored Ivory Coast's two opening goals to make amends for an earlier penalty miss and Yaya Toure fired a late free kick to put the cup favorite through in Malabo.

Goals from Stophira Sunzu, Christopher Katongo and James Chamanga helped Zambia overwhelm 10-man Sudan.