In the quarterfinals, Algeria defeated South Africa 2-0, while Sudan needed penalties to defeat Niger 4-3 after 1-1 draw in regular time. It was a similar story for Angola who defeated Cameroon 8-7 on penalties after a barren stalemate. Tunisia needed a lone strike after the break to dethrone DR Congo and reach the semis.

The semifinal North-African derby between Algeria and Tunisia ended in a 1-1 draw, with Carthage Eagles prevailing 5-3 on penalties. Angola needed a shootout once again this time to defeat hosts Sudan 4-2 after 1-1 draw in regular time.

Hosts Sudan finished third, with Mudather “Careca” El Tahir scoring the lone goal against Algeria in the third-place playoff.

In the final at El Merriekh Stadium in Omdurman, Tunisia scored three times after the break to thrash Angola 3-0 and win their first CHAN title. Mejdi Traoui opened the scoring two minutes after halftime, with Zouheir Dhaouadi (74) and Oussama Darragi (80) confirming Carthage Eagles finishing as champions.