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James Gheerbrant and Emlyn Begley

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  1. Goodbye

    And with that we bring out live text coverage to a close. Thanks for joining us - do be sure to come back at around 15:30 GMT tomorrow for live coverage of Ghana v Algeria. See you then!

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Afcon Group B table

    Before we go, a look at the Group B table. Tunisia are very much in the box seat - the other three sides will probably (though not necessarily) have to win their final group match to advance.

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    Cape Verde v DR Congo match stats

    The possession was evenly shared but the stats show that Cape Verde created the more chances and will be the more disappointed of the two sides with a draw.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    So, Cape Verde and DR Congo are still in with a shout of qualifying, but both sides will have to improve rather markedly on that drab performance.

    Cape Verde dominated the first half but and might have nicked the points at the end of a more even second period but for some excellent goalkeeping from Robert Kidiaba. They will rue a lack of cutting edge.

    DR Congo flickered intermittently, most notably through Cedrick Mabwati, but overall they were disappointing and it was an especially bad night for their Premier League stars. Captain Youssouf Mulumbu was stretchered off in the first half, and Yannick Bolasie was hooked midway through the second after a lacklustre performance.

  5. FULL-TIME

    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    All over in Ebebiyin. Cape Verde had the better chances, but two excellent late saves by DR Congo keeper Robert Kidiaba preserve a share of the points for the Leopards.

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    Cape Verde's Babanco is down receiving treatment on his ankle after a nasty collision. In fact, the stretcher is out - he becomes the second captain to be stretchered off in this match.

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    Jeremiah Kariuki: Cape Verde is the better team but football can be an unfair game, they may regret the missed opportunities they have had!

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Three added minutes. Has our best chance of a late winner come and gone?

  9. CLOSE!

    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Another huge chance for Cape Verde. DR Congo's defenders go Awol as Cape Verde counter at pace, Babanco plays in Heldon down the right, he cuts inside his man and pulls the trigger but Robert Kidiaba smothers brilliantly.

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    Dipo Lawuyi: This could possibly be the most uninspiring African Nations Cup ever. Maybe because Nigeria aren't there.

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    BBC Sport's Nick Cavell in Ebebiyin

    "A few of the neutral supporters have had enough and are heading for the exits but there are still some trying to keep the dancing going - lined up behind one another dancing among the seats conga-style."

  12. CLOSE!

    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    From which Cape Verde so nearly score! The ball is whipped in by Heldon, Fernando Varela meets it at the near post with a firm header, Robert Kidiaba cam only palm it out towards Gege but the keeper recovers brilliantly to deny the centre-back just as he seems certain to tuck away the rebound. Terrific goalkeeping from the pony-tailed 38-year-old.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Babanco gets Heldon away down the right with a great ball. He wins a corner for Cape Verde...

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Cape Verde were much the better side in the opening half but they've lost their spark in the second period and they just don't seem willing to commit forward in numbers. Odair Fortes brings the ball down the right but he has no support and the move dies.

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    BBC Sport's Nick Cavell in Ebebiyin

    "The DR Congo fans and band to my right haven't stopped since the first whistle - shame that it is not inspiring the players at the moment. Both teams are really lacking any sort of quality in the final part of the pitch and there have been lots of poor final balls."

  16. SUBSTITUTION

    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    This game could do with a bit of quality - perhaps Platini can provide it? The familiarly named Cape Verde midfielder enters the fray in place of Tavares.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Remember, a draw here will leave both these teams on two points. They'll be far from out of contention, but will probably need to win their final match. Can either of them snatch victory in the closing stages here?

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Cedrick Mabwati has been a real live wire for DR Congo in the second half - the game's best player. He twists and turns his way towards the byline on the left and stands up a good cross into the six-yard box, which Gege oh-so-casually chests back to his keeper. Veins of ice.

  19. SUBSTITUTION

    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    This game is drifting aimlessly towards a 0-0. Odair Fortes is introduced for Cape Verde in place of Ryan Mendes - can he spark it into life?

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Heldon shows quick feet down the left and swings in a cross towards Ryan Mendes. Mendes does really well to turn and retrieve the slightly wayward ball, but he then tries a shot from an impossibly tight angle and blasts it harmlessly over.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Tavares surges into the penalty area and brings a good save from Robert Kidiaba at his near post. The corner is cleared by DR Congo.

  22. SUBSTITUTION

    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    That's the end of a disappointing night's work for Yannick Bolasie of Crystal Palace. Jeremy Bokila is on in his place.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Heldon, incidentally, has four goals in his last four matches for club and country. Cedrick Mabwati is the man causing problems at the moment though, and he wins a free-kick for DR Congo. It's not dealt with convincingly by Cape Verde, but they clear the danger eventually.

  24. SUBSTITUTION

    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Heldon, Cape Verde's goalscorer in their last match, replaces winger Kuca, who has put in a good shift. A straight swap that one, you would think.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    DR Congo are on top now. A good passage of play ends with Jean Kasusula sending a searching cross into the area which Vozinha does well to punch clear. He goes absolutely postal at his defenders.

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    Stephen Collins: Tiny stadiums, amazing fans, 90s-style kits, an abnormal number of drawn matches and the defending champions didn't qualify. Love it.

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    DR Congo
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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Cedrick Mabwati does really well to nip in and pick off a poor pass out of defence from Kuca and burst into the penalty area, but he can't work the keeper from a tight angle. Better from DR Congo though.

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    Dieumerci Mbokani cuts a frustrated figure up front for DR Congo. His frustration gets the better of him as he concedes a free-kick by wrestling Babanco to the floor.

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    DR Congo players

    Sulaimon Adelekan: I expect DR Congo to win this game because they have the quality.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    DR Congo have started more positively in this second period. A cross from the right is only half-cleared by Cape Verde and Chancel Mbemba lets fly, but it's well wide.

  32. KICK-OFF

    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    DR Congo goalkeeper Robert Kidiaba, arms aloft to the sky, says a little prayer before we get under way again in Ebebiyin. Here we go...

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    BBC Sport's Nick Cavell in Ebebiyin

    "Plenty of gentlemen prodding and poking the pitch at half-time - it has now hosted three and a half matches and another three and a half to go. I 'm sure the groundsman is most happy that there aren't any more back-to-back games here in Ebebiyin.

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    Zambia 1-2 Tunisia

    Zambia captain Rainford Kalaba

    Zambia captain Rainford Kalaba was named man of the match for their earlier 2-1 defeat by Tunisia. Winning midfielder Wahbi Khazri was adjudged fair player of the match.

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    Zambia 1-2 Tunisia

    BBC Sport's Nick Cavell in Ebebiyin

    "Both Zambia captain Rainford Kalaba and coach Honour Janza said after the game that there had been too many selfish players against Tunisia and that they need to work better as a team for their final game against Cape Verde.

    "Tunisia and Rangers' Bilel Mohsni admitted that his side had been lucky to get the win but they need to build on the confidence gained in this game for their last tie against DR Congo."

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    Jobita Brian: Cape Verde holding their ground here, they are no pushovers

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    BBC Sport's Nick Cavell in Ebebiyin

    Carlitos

    "Not as exciting as the first half of the opening Group B match here in Ebebiyin today - there have been a few chances for both sides but they have also both lacked quality in the final third. Cape Verde captain Babanco came closest for his side with a free-kick from outside the area that flew wide; Yannick Bolasie and Cedric Mabawati with DR Congo's best efforts. Losing Youssouf Mulumbu could prove a big blow to DR Congo - his control of the midfield could be missed in the second half. Bolasie is desperate to impress and there's a danger he might end up trying too hard."

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    BBC Sport's Nick Cavell in Ebebiyin

    Robert Kidiaba

    "DR Congo keeper Robert Kidiaba, at 38, is the oldest man at this tournament - not that you'd know it the way he throws himself around. Waiting to take his place when he retires after these finals is Parfait Mandanda - he is on the bench tonight - his older brother Steve does the same for France - and guess what! There are another two Mandanda brothers who play football too - and yes they are goalkeepers too!"

  39. HALF-TIME

    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Cape Verde v DR Congo action shot

    Goalless at the break. Cape Verde have had the better of proceedings, but they have lacked a cutting edge in front of goal. DR Congo were very poor - and they have big worries over skipper Youssouf Mulumbu, who went off injured after 20 minutes.

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    Le Millenium: Don't underestimate your opponent... Wake up Leopards

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    A rare foray into opposition territory for Cape Verde, and Yannick Bolasie comes to life. He cuts infield off his wing, knocks it past one defender, and tests Vozinha with a crisp shot.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    DR Congo are under the cosh here, and they haven't really been able to get Yannick Bolasie into the game at all. Defender Cedric Mongongu has certainly seen plenty of action - and his latest contribution is to acrobatically hack clear a searching cross by Kuca.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    And again Babanco's delivery creates a chance from the set piece. Tavares gets a head on it at the back post, and the ball just squirts wide off a DR Congo defender.

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    Issama Mpeko

    DR Congo have to be careful here. They have given away a lot of fouls - this time it's substitute Nelson Munganga bringing down Nuno Rocha after good hold-up play by Cape Verde. Babanco's delivery is headed out for a corner by Issama Mpeko.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Another teasing free kick from Cape Verde. It's whipped in by Kuca, DR Congo keeper Robert Kidiaba goes flying and misses it completely, and he's lucky to see it elude the Cape Verde attackers and run out for a goal kick.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Kuca spurns a great chance for Cape Verde. He's in acres of space when played in down the inside-left channel, tries to skip around Joel Kimwaki, but the defender does really well to recover and get a good block in.

  47. Did you know?

    Nani

    Manchester United winger Nani, on loan at Sporting Lisbon, was born in Cape Verde but opted to play for Portugal, the country where he grew up.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    DR Congo meanwhile are struggling to find the same sort of quality in their passing. Another long diagonal in search of Cedrick Mabwati is pumped straight out of play.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    That's the best chance we've had so far. Babanco whips in a great free-kick for Cape Verde, Kalu steals in round the back but plants his header straight at Robert Kidiaba.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Cape Verde's Tavares - not to confused with the disco act of the same name who had a hit in 1976 with 'Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel' - cuts in from the right and finds a pocket of space but scuffs his shot horribly.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Crystal Palace's Yannick Bolasie shows great pace to get away from Carlitos down the left flank but then dallies and allows the Cape Verde defender to pinch the ball.

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    BBC Sport's Nick Cavell in Ebebiyin

    "That's a big blow for DR Congo losing the experience of Youssouf Mulumbu in midfield - but it hasn't dampened the spirits of the Congolese fans!"

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Cape Verde are the better side here but they're struggling to carve out clear chances. DR Congo are defending deep at the moment as the Blue Sharks play it around with authority.

  54. Join the debate at #bbcafcon2015

    Jordan Leaver: Cape Verde's rise through the ranks has been a big achievement over the last 5 years, they could be a force in a few years.

  55. SUBSTITUTION

    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Nelson Munganga is on in place of Youssouf Mulumbu. He's not quite as illustrious as the skipper - in fact he doesn't even have a Wikipedia page.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Youssouf Mulumbu's goose is cooked here. The DR Congo skipper is down again clutching his hamstring and he won't be able to continue. That's a big blow for DR Congo (and maybe West Brom) - is that his tournament over?

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    A hefty challenge from Stopira, named after former France striker Yannick Stopyra, gives DR Congo a free-kick near the corner flag. The delivery is headed out towards the edge of the box, then lofted back in, punched by keeper Vozinha and finally thrashed into Row Z. Not much quality on show so far.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Youssouf Mulumbu is currently off the pitch for DR Congo, receiving treatment on his thigh. Meanwhile on the pitch, Ryan Mendes shows good pace down the left for Cape Verde but sends a cross safely into the gloves of Robert Kidiaba.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Cedrick Mabwati teases in a cross from the right for DR Congo. It's just too high for Dieumerci Mbokani, who declines to attempt the overhead kick.

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    Cape Verde
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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    DR Congo's Joel Kimwaki tugs his man's shirt and gives away a freekick in a dangerous position wide on the left. Kuca plays it out to Babanco on the edge of the area, but his shot is tame.

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    Michael Lamptey: I enjoy the prospect of an underdog winning the tournament but Cape Verde is over-hyped. They are just a bunch of butchering players who if they played anywhere in the world except Africa, would attract 10 red cards.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Yannick Bolasie does really well to get down the outside of the left flank for DR Congo and sends in a great cross that just eludes the head of Cedrick Mabwati.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Ooh, it's not too far away from Babanco, the Cape Verde skipper. Lots of whip on it but just wide of the upright.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Kuca makes a strong driving run through the middle and is brought down by Youssouf Mulumbu. Free kick to Cape Verde...

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    DR Congo's Cedric Mongongu gives the ball away sloppily in defence and Cape Verde's Tavares spreads the ball wide towards Kuca, who fires over the top. Early wake-up call for the Leopards.

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    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Dieumerci Mbokani turns smartly in midfield and is flattened by Cape Verde's Ryan Mendes. Free-kick, but it's taken short. Eventually a long ball is lumped forward towards Cedrick Mabwati but it skids out of play.

  68. KICK-OFF

    Cape Verde 0-0 DR Congo

    Cape Verde, in blue, get us under way. DR Congo are in white. Can one of these teams take a big step towards qualification?

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    Cape Verde v DR Congo (19:00 GMT)

    Anthem time. A look at Yannick Bolasie's rather bright haircut as the camera pans along the row of DR Congo players. Cape Verde key man Heldon, who scored in their opening match, is on the bench - it seems he may have picked up an injury. An exchange of pennants, and we're ready to go here...

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    Cape Verde v DR Congo (19:00 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Nick Cavell in Ebebiyin

    "There is a very vocal band of DR Congo supporters away to my right - not sure whether they have all made the trip from the DRC or whether there are a few locals that have joined in with the singing and drumming."

  71. LINE-UPS

    Cape Verde v DR Congo (19:00 GMT)

    Cape Verde Islands: Vozinha, Carlitos, Fernando Varela, Stopira, Gege, Rocha, Lima, Babanco, Kuca, Ryan Mendes, Tavares. Subs: Somada, Kay, Semedo, Odair Fortes, Toni Varela, Heldon, Rodrgues, Platini, Jeffrey Fortes.

    DR Congo: Kidiaba, Mongongu, Kimwaki, Kasusula, Issama, Mbemba, Mulumbu, Mabidi, Cedrick, Bolasie, Mbokani. Subs: Kudimbana, Oualembo, Munganga, Makiadi, Kage, Kebano, Mabele, Kabananga, Zakuani, Bokila, Mubele, Mandanda.

    Referee: Malang Diedhiou (Senegal)

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    Cape Verde v DR Congo (19:00 GMT)

    Cape Verde boss Rui Aguas was not involved when the islanders reached the quarter-finals in 2013, their first major tournament.

    "The players know each other very well, for many years. We have a really good group on and off the field. I spoke with everyone, the players, coaches. It's normal to get more information about every detail," he told BBC Sport.

  73. Leopards on the prowl

    Yannick Bolasie

    DR Congo's qualifying story could not have been more different. They were the last team to book their place in Equatorial Guinea, only doing so courtesy of the 'lucky loser' slot reserved for the best third-placed team.

    But there are legitimate reasons for Florent Ibenge's side to be optimistic. They have proven Premier League quality in captain Youssouf Mulumbu of West Brom and winger Yannick Bolasie (pictured) of Crystal Palace.

    Not only that, they looked decent in their opening match, having the better of a 1-1 draw with Zambia. A win tonight would give them every chance of making the knockout stages for the first time since 2006.

  74. Islanders looking to upset odds

    Cape Verde football team

    Cape Verde are the smallest nation at this tournament, but they certainly punch above their weight on the football pitch. Not only are they ranked inside the world's top 40 international teams, they were also the first side to secure their qualification for Afcon 2015, topping Group F ahead of Zambia, who we saw in action earlier.

    They acquitted themselves decently in their first match, securing a 1-1 draw with Tunisia. Can they go one better against DR Congo and put themselves in a great position to progress to the Afcon knockout stages for only the second time?

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    Cape Verde v DR Congo (19:00 GMT)

    Now we will turn our attentions to the second game in Group B - Cape Verde v DR Congo, which starts in 30 minutes.

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    An African Football Confederation (CAF) spokesman has been speaking about some of the problems surrounding this hastily relocated tournament in Equatorial Guinea.

    On fans clashing with police in Bata, he says that this is a small issue when fans arrive very close to kick-off. In that kind of rush, police have to do their work security checks and medical control. This small issue happens often at other major tournaments like the World Cup in Brazil.

    On overcrowded stadiums, he says they are selling the right number of tickets but fans are moving to stand with their fellow supporters even though that's not where their seats are. "Usually you would map out three to four months before and clear areas where fans would sit. We are working in a smaller time frame and doing the best we can."

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    Rob: Heartbreak for the Chipolopolo, a thoroughly undeserved loss. Haway the Zams!

    Maybe the first time anyone in the history of humanity has ever said 'Haway the Zams'?

  78. How's stat?

    Zambia 1-2 Tunisia

    Zambia are still yet to win in five Afcon meetings against Tunisia (D2 L3).

    No goalkeeper has made more saves so far in this edition of the Africa Cup of Nations than Aymen Mathlouthi (9).

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    Mo Nsubuga: Zambia were my one of my favourites to win Afcon. Tall order now if Congo DR beat Cape Verde.

    Jeremiah Kariuki: Tunisia have been calm and calculative in the game. Being one down, and not losing sight or fight in the game!

    Possibility Thinker: I hope Louis van Gaal and Daley Blind are watching - play all the possession, don't take your chances and you'll lose.

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    Zambia 1-2 Tunisia

    Afcon Group B table

    That result puts Tunisia in the driving seat in Group B. A draw in their final game against DR Congo should see them through comfortably.

    Zambia's Cup of Nations is not over but they will need to beat Cape Verde in their third match to stand a chance of qualifying for the knockout stages.

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    Zambia 1-2 Tunisia

    Zambia v Tunisia match stats

    Despite the fact that Tunisia had the lion's share of possession, Zambia were the better side and the stats show they created far more shooting chances.

    However, Aymen Mathlouthi had a solid game between the sticks for Tunisia, and the Carthage Eagles were clinical with their few opportunities.

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    Zambia 1-2 Tunisia

    Looking back, you have to say that match turned on the moment that Zambia's Emmanuel Mayuka missed a great chance to score after 68 minutes. He should have made it 2-0, but instead he scuffed his effort, had to be taken off injured, and while Zambia were down to 10 Tunisia bundled in an equaliser that changed the momentum of the match.

  83. FULL-TIME

    Zambia 1-2 Tunisia

    All over. Zambia suffer their first Afcon loss since 2010, despite dominating much of that match. Tunisia have pulled off something of a smash-and-grab, but it is they who take control of Group B.

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    Zambia 1-2 Tunisia

    Lubambo Musonda has one last chance for Zambia, but he fires narrowly over the bar.

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    Zambia 1-2 Tunisia

    Tunisia have a corner. They have the ball where they want it...

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    Zambia 1-2 Tunisia

    Four added minutes. Davies Nkausu pumps in a long free-kick for Zambia but it's headed clear.

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    Zambia 1-2 Tunisia

    Zambia have been the better side for much of this game. Can they find a moment of quality to level this in the dying moments?

  88. GOAL

    Zambia 1-2 Tunisia - Yasine Chikhaoui

    Youssef Msakni teases in a peach of a cross from the left, and skipper Yasine Chikhaoui, who has been quiet, bursts in between the defenders and buries his header under Kennedy Mweene. Are Zambia staring down the barrel here?

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    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia

    From the resulting corner, Zambia counter at pace. They have two on two, Rainford Kalaba tries to play in Evans Kangwa but the ball bobbles horribly - the pitch is beginning to cut up - and Tunisia hack clear.

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    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia

    Tunisia are getting a bit of joy down the right. Yasine Chikhaoui exchanges passes cleverly with Mohammed Ali Moncer, and Mweene comes out to block.

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    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia

    Tunisia
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    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia

    Tunisia coach Georges Leekens is chuntering away to the fourth official about that decision. On the pitch, Youssef Msakni overhits a cross for Tunisia, who are on top in the closing stages.

  93. PENALTY APPEAL

    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia

    Is Emmanuel Mbola a lucky boy again here? Youssef Msakni hares down the right for Tunisia and squares for Mohamed Ali Moncer, who tumbles to the ground under Mbola's challenge. Referee says no dice. Tell you what though, there was contact...

  94. SUBSTITUTION

    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia

    Tunisia make their last change. Goalscorer Ahmed Akaichi is off, and Hamza Younes, who plays his club football with Ludogorets in Bulgaria, trots on.

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    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia

    Zambia aren't done here though. Given Singuluma's hopeful poke forward falls for Evans Kangwa on the right side of the penalty box, but his shot lacks power and Aymen Mathlouthi is behind it all the way.

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    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia

    BBC Sport's Nick Cavell in Ebebiyin

    "Emmanuel Mayuka's ambulance has just left the stadium."

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    Feyissa Gata: I don't think Tunisians are playing up to the standard.

  98. SUBSTITUTION

    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia

    Another change for Tunisia: Jamel Saihi departs and Ferjani Sassi, a defensive midfielder, enters the fray.

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    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia

    Tunisia are in the ascendancy now. Ali Maaloul makes a barnstorming run down the left, but his pull-back just eludes Mohamed Ali Moncer in the middle.

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    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia

    The two previous games in this group finished 1-1. Will we see a repeat scoreline, or is there a winner in store?

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    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia

    BBC Sport's Nick Cavell in Ebebiyin

    "Emmanuel Mayuka has been taken straight to an ambulance but the ambulance hasn't left yet..."

  102. SUBSTITUTION

    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia

    Zambia are back up to their full 11-man continent as Zesco United striker Jackson Mwanza replaces the injured Emmaniel Mayuka, who is taken away on a stretcher.

    But has the damage already been done?

  103. GOAL

    Zambia 1-1 Tunisia - Akaichi

    And with 10 men on the pitch, Zambia are undone. It's a simple goal: substitute Mohamed Ali Moncer whips in a corner, it's flicked on at the near post and Ahmed Akaichi turns it in from close range. Game on.

  104. CLOSE!

    Zambia 1-0 Tunisia

    Another big miss by Emmanuel Mayuka. Rainford Kalaba, who has been comfortably the most influential player on the pitch so far, drives in behind the Tunisia right-back and smashes the ball across the face of goal. Mayuka seems certain to score, but scuffs his effort from three yards with the goal gaping. To add insult to injury, he has hurt his groin and is stretchered off.

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    Zambia 1-0 Tunisia

    BBC Sport's Nick Cavell in Ebebiyin

    "Zambia have started where they left off and attacked Tunisia - while Rainford Kalaba has been the star so far - Kondwani Mtonga has played well just in front of the back four taking over from the injured Nathan Sinkala to great effect."

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    Zambia 1-0 Tunisia

    Mayuka
  107. SUBSTITUTION

    Zambia 1-0 Tunisia

    Tunisia coach Georges Leekens had to make a change, and he does. Wahbi Khazri is off, Mohamed Ali Moncer is on.

  108. CLOSE!

    Zambia 1-0 Tunisia

    It's Zambia who are coming on strong though. Lubambo Musonda is the latest to go close, shimmying into space on the edge of the area and rippling the side netting with a fierce strike.

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    Zambia 1-0 Tunisia

    Will that goal bring Tunisia out of their shell? They've been really disappointing for the tournament's second highest-ranked team...

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    Zambia 1-0 Tunisia

    Goodness me, it should have been 2-0. Tunisia centre back Aymen Abdennour comes charging out of defence to tackle Evans Kangwa, completely misses him, and allows the winger to drive into the area. Kangwa has time but doesn't get the ball out of his feet ad scuffs his shot horribly wide.

  111. GOAL

    Zambia 1-0 Tunisia - Mayuka

    Zambia lead deservedly, and it's their main dangerman Rainford Kalaba who has created the goal. He picks the ball up on the edge of the area, shows great skill to dink it delicately into the area and then flip it over the head of the Tunisia defenders towards the back post, where Emmanuel Mayuka is there to slam the bouncing ball into the roof of the net. He celebrates with a few casual backflips.

  112. PENALTY APPEAL

    Zambia 0-0 Tunisia

    Rami Bedoui winds up another Rory Delap-style long throw for Tunisia, and there are big appeals for a penalty when the ball breaks loose as Emmanuel Mbola takes a huge swipe at Youssef Msakni. That looked a very good shout - Zambia have got away with one there.

  113. Join the debate at #bbcafcon2015

    Teddy Fleuridon: It's too early to hand over the title to Algeria or Senegal, they're still to prove they are the strongest squads.

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    Zambia 0-0 Tunisia

    Given Singuluma tries Zambia's umpteenth shot from distance, but once again it's straight at keeper Aymen Mathlouthi.

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    Zambia 0-0 Tunisia

    Rainford Kalaba almost fashions another scoring opportunity, as Emmanuel Mayuka plays a delicate little pass inside Tunisia defender Rami Bedoui down the inside-left channel. The defender just shows enough strength to hold off Kalaba and clear the danger.

  116. YELLOW CARD

    Zambia 0-0 Tunisia

    Tunisia almost get in behind down the right as Yasine Chikhaoui and Wahbi Khazri exchange passes, but Zambia snuff out the danger. The referee calls play back, having played advantage, and books Rainford Kalaba for a foul on Rami Bedoui.

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    Zambia 0-0 Tunisia

    Lubambo Musonda

    Tunisia give it away cheaply and Zambia have a chance to counter through Lubambo Musonda, but he picks the wrong pass. Can somebody take this game, and this group, by the scruff of the neck?

  118. KICK-OFF

    Zambia 0-0 Tunisia

    Back up and running in Ebebiyin. No changes at the break for either side. Can Zambia build on their first-half dominance?

  119. Join the debate on the BBC Sport Facebook page

    Nuren Ahmed: Senegal are the dark horses, but whoever beats Algeria will definitely win the tournament.

    Francis Macdoe Ezeamadi: I would have loved Nigeria to carry it if they had qualified, but since they didn't I would say Ghana all the way.

    Adeleke Abayomi: Senegal and Algeria

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    Zambia 0-0 T