Fans at the packed 70,000-seat stadium saw Mali take the lead on Soumaila Coulibaly's goal in the 12th minute. But Salifou Mustapha tied it in the 83rd minute, and Kader Koubadia put Togo ahead 2-1 in the 90th. Police fired tear gas at dozens of angry fans who ran onto the field after the goal.
State television cut its live transmission just after police fired the gas canisters.
Thousands of fans, joined by residents who were not at the match, marched to the city center, setting up barricades of burning tires and throwing rocks and stones at traffic lights, billboards and vehicles. The window of Bamako's biggest bakery, the Patisserie Almandine, was smashed and the store was looted. One man was eating a cream cake as he carted a chair away on his head.
Cellular telephones, money and cameras were stolen from passers-by.
Presidential spokesman Seydou Sissouma said "I understand the people's disappointment, but nothing justifies such acts." He said he had heard of no injuries, and that all the soccer players had been "secured" under guard.
* Germany's Rene Wolff won the men's match sprint and Britain took the men's madison as crashes marred the Track Cycling World Championships in Carson, Calif.
* Lance Armstrong returned to cycling, finishing back in the pack at the Brabant Arrow race in Alsemberg, Belgium. Armstrong pulled out of the Paris-Nice event earlier this month with a sore throat. Spanish world champion Oscar Freire won the 123-mile event in 4 hours, 38 minutes, 56 seconds.
* Fourth-ranked Marat Safin lost to Dominik Hrbaty, 7-6 (6), 6-1, in the third round of the Nasdaq-100 Open in Key Biscayne, Fla. On the women's side, three-time defending champion Serena Williams reached the fourth round with a 6-3, 6-3 win over qualifier Shahar Peer.
* Natalie Darwitz scored off a rebound with 1:08 left to give top-ranked Minnesota its second straight NCAA women's hockey title with a 4-3 victory over Harvard in Durham, N.H.
* The International Equestrian Federation recommended that Irish showjumper Cian O'Connor lose his Olympic gold medal because his horse tested positive for banned substances. FEI spokeswoman Muriel Faienza the organization's judicial committee ordered O'Connor's disqualification after an 11-hour hearing in Zurich, Switzerland. The final decision to strip O'Connor of his medal lies with the International Olympic Committee.
* The NHL filed an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board, claiming that a players association policy that would penalize members who became replacements is coercive and in violation of their rights.
If a new labor deal can't be reached in time for next season, the NHL said it would explore the use of replacement players.
* Sweden beat the United States, 10-4, to win the World Women's Curling Championship in Paisley, Scotland.
* Vic Darchinyan stopped Mzukisi Sikali in the eighth round to retain the IBF flyweight title in Sydney, Australia. *