Boubacar Traore and Sidiki Maiga have scored four goals between them; Traore with three and making him joint leading scorer with Kelechi Nwakali and Victor James, both of Nigeria. Maiga has one but added to the two players' knack for goals is their phenomenal skill, dexterity of their movement and superb partnership which has helped the Eaglets reach the final.
On Sunday, they are looking at nothing but victory.
Date of Birth: 24 May 1998 in Bamako (Mali)
Current club: Jeanne D'Arc de Bamako
"I really feel very happy to have reached the final as all the players on the team and all the people of Mali. It is a feeling of satisfaction for all of us because we have worked very hard to get there. But now our goal is to take the cup home to Mali."
Without hesitation, I would say the Cameroonian Samuel Eto'o is my role model. For me Eto'o is a complete striker who has all the qualities that I would like to have."
Date of Birth: 28 December, 1998 in Mopti (Mali)
Current club: AS Real De Bamako
"I am pleased to have contributed to this qualification to honor my country. Now I'm ready to play well and help my teammates to do well so that we can take the cup to Bamako. It is our goal and we will fight to get there."
"On my career and inspiration, there are very good players that I love because of their qualities. However it is the Cameroonian Samuel Eto'o who comes first. I have watched some of his matches and I like his style of play."