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FRANCEVILLE, Gabon -- Ghana and Mali were the last teams to qualify for the African Cup of Nations quarterfinals, but the tournament was overshadowed by violence at a club game in Egypt that left at least 74 people dead on what FIFA President Sepp Blatter called "a black day for football." Clashes between fans of clubs Al-Ahly and Al-Masry on Wednesday resulted in the sports worst violence since at least 78 people were killed during a stampede at a 1996 World Cup qualifier between Guatemala and Costa Rica in Guatemala City. The Confederation of African Football, which organizes the African Cup, said a minutes silence would be held before all quarterfinals this weekend as a mark of respect for the dead. About 1,000 people were injured. In Gabon, Ghana drew 1-1 with Guinea to win Group D and set up a quarterfinal against Tunisia on Sunday. While Mali came from behind to beat Botswana 2-1 and advance in second spot to meet co-host Gabon, also on Sunday. Zambia plays Sudan and tournament favourite Ivory Coast goes up against co-host Equatorial Guinea in Saturdays quarterfinals. But Africas showpiece event is bound to take on a more sombre mood after the incidents in Egypts Mediterranean city of Port Said, where hundreds of fans clashed on the field and players and team officials were also in danger from the chaotic violence. "This is a black day for football. Such a catastrophic situation is unimaginable and should not happen," Blatter said in a statement. CAF President Issa Hayatou said: "African football is in a state of mourning." At the African Cup, Ghana settled for a draw at a near-empty Stade de Franceville against a Guinea team desperate to continue at the tournament. 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Even with five minutes of stoppage time left, the Guineans couldnt overcome their one-man deficit with a winning goal that would have left all three teams on six points -- and the last two quarterfinal places to be decided by number of goals scored. Ghana went through, even if the four-time champion wasnt overly impressive. "It was just important that we qualified for the next stage. At the end of the day, the most important thing is making sure you qualify," assistant coach Kwesi Appiah said. Guinea coach Michel Dussuyer praised his team for its spirited performance but criticized the refereeing of South African Daniel Bennett. "Fouls, fouls, fouls against us," Dussuyer said. "We all know that Ghana is a great team but it didnt need the help of the referee." 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