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BATA, Equatorial Guinea - Host Equatorial Guinea and Burkina Faso both wasted plenty of chances in a 0-0 draw at the start of th

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BATA, Equatorial Guinea - Host Equatorial Guinea and Burkina Faso both wasted plenty of chances in a 0-0 draw at the start of the second round of group games at the African Cup of Nations on Wednesday.Burkina Fasos Alain Traore twice hit the post in the first half. Equatorial Guineas Javier Balboa twice created goal-scoring opportunities for teammates in the second half, only for their shots to fly wide.The result leaves Group A wide open, with just two points separating the top team from the bottom team ahead of Wednesdays second group game, when Gabon plays Republic of Congo.Burkina Faso, the 2013 finalist, dominated the first half. The hosts were better in the second as their fans urged them on at Bata Stadium.Overall, Burkina Faso had more clear openings in an end-to-end game played at high pace, with the home crowd roaring on Equatorial Guineas attacks and letting out huge groans when Burkina Faso threatened their goal.Traore first hit the post with a curling free kick around the wall in the 20th minute. He also found space at the back post five minutes before halftime, and hammered a left-foot volley that goalkeeper Felipe Ovono deflected onto the same upright.Between those two near-misses, big striker Aristide Bance — recalled to the starting lineup — powered a rising shot from a set move at a free kick that Ovono punched away with both hands.We had chances, but the same problem, finishing, said Burkina Faso coach Paul Put, whose team also created but missed a string of opportunities in a 2-0 loss to Gabon. 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