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9:00 PM
Ismailia Stadium
Africa Cup of Nations • Last 16
  • E.T 2nd Half
  • Ghana
  • Tunisia
  • HassenBen Mustapha
  • RahmanAgbenyenu
  • OwusuKwabena
  • 2nd Half
  • Ghana
  • Tunisia
  • Bedoui (o.g.)
  • KhenissiBedoui
  • Adams
  • Wakaso
  • AyewGyan
  • MsakniSliti
  • AcquahEkuban
  • Khenissi
  • BadriKhazri
  • Msakni
  • 1st Half
  • Ghana
  • Tunisia
  • Bronn
  • Boye

Ghana - Tunisia

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GOAL! Tunisia win 5-4 on pens and are into the quarter finals! Ferjani Sassi fires home with Ofori stood still.

Tunisia will now meet Madagascar in the last eight.

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GHANA GOAL! Partey blasts it beyond the dive of Ben Mustapha. It's 4-4, but if Tunisia score next they are in the last eight....


TUNISIA GOAL! Yassine Meriah makes it 4-3.


GHANA GOAL! It's 3-3 as Agbenyenu sends the keeper the wrong way.


TUNISIA GOAL! It's 3-2 as Bronn makes it three from three for the Tunisians.


GHANA MISS! Ekuban sees his penalty saved!


TUNISIA GOAL! Khazri levels it up - 2-2!


GHANA GOAL! Jordan Ayew puts it into the top corner. Ghana lead 2-1.


TUNISIA GOAL! Naim Sliti blasts it high into the net. It's 1-1.


GHANA GOAL! Wakaso Mubarak sees his shot hit the back of the net despite big hands on it from the keeper.

  • End of E.T 2nd Half

FT after ET: Ghana 1-1 Tunisia.


  • Farouk Ben Mustapha
    OffMouez HassenTunisiaTUNISIA GK CHANGE: Farouk Ben Mustapha on for Hassen. Tunisia are changing their goalkeeper for the shoot-out!
  • Farouk Ben Mustapha
    OnFarouk Ben MustaphaTunisia

TUNISIA GK CHANGE: Farouk Ben Mustapha on for Hassen. Tunisia are changing their goalkeeper for the shoot-out!


Owusu lets fly from 20 yards, but Hassen makes a solid, low save.

  • Lumor Agbenyenu
    OffBaba RahmanGhanaGHANA CHANGE: Lumor Agbenyenu on for Rahman.
  • Lumor Agbenyenu
    OnLumor AgbenyenuGhana

GHANA CHANGE: Lumor Agbenyenu on for Rahman.


Jordan Ayew latches onto Gyan's flick on but blasts wide of target from 10 yards out. That was a big chance for Ghana to win it!


Boye gets right under a right-wing corner and bullets a header way off target.


Ghana still asking more of the questions, but both sides are looking rather tired now.


Remember, the winners of this will meet Madagascar in the last eight.

  • Owusu Kwabena
    OffSamuel OwusuGhanaGHANA CHANGE: Kwabena Owusu on for Samuel Owusu.
  • Owusu Kwabena
    OnOwusu KwabenaGhana

GHANA CHANGE: Kwabena Owusu on for Samuel Owusu.


Are we heading to penalties, or will we have a late hero (or villain)?

  • E.T 2nd Half

KICK OFF - second half in ET.

  • End of E.T 1st Half

HT in ET: Still 1-1.


Gyan meets Rahman's left-wing cross, but plants his header straight at the keeper.


Ghana have had the better of it once more, but seem to have lapsed back into second gear after starting ET with a much higher tempo.


As far as ET goes, this has been a decent half. Both sides have had a couple of decent moments.


SAVE! Ofori pushes a swerving long-range effort from Khazri over the top.


Gyan takes aim from a 25-yard free kick slightly left of centre, but rifles it straight into the wall.


This moment seems like a long time ago for Tunisians right now. Ghana pushing hard in ET.

Tunisia's forward Taha Yassine Khenissi celebrates his goal during the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) Round of 16 football match between Ghana and Tunisia

Ghana are looking the more likely so far in ET as they bid to make the most of their fortunate reprieve.


Ghana press and Partey forces a smart save from Hassen.

  • E.T 1st Half

KICK OFF IN ET: Tunisia get us up and running.

  • End of 2nd Half

FT: Ghana 1-1 Tunisia. Bedoui's last-gasp own goal keeps Ghana's hopes alive after Khenissi had given Tunisia the lead. On we go into extra time.


Five minutes have been added.

  • Rami Bedoui
    Own-goalRami BedouiTunisiaGOAL! Ghana are back in it! A long free kick is met by Rami Bedoui, who heads beyond his own keeper within seconds of coming onto the pitch.

GOAL! Ghana are back in it! A long free kick is met by Rami Bedoui, who heads beyond his own keeper within seconds of coming onto the pitch.

  • Rami Bedoui
    OffTaha KhenissiTunisiaTUNISIA CHANGE: Bedoui on for Khenissi.
  • Rami Bedoui
    OnRami BedouiTunisia

TUNISIA CHANGE: Bedoui on for Khenissi.

  • Kasim Adams
    Yellow cardKasim AdamsGhanaNuhu booked. Ghana are SO frustrated.

Nuhu booked. Ghana are SO frustrated.

  • Mubarak Wakaso
    Yellow cardMubarak WakasoGhanaWakaso booked.

Wakaso booked.


Ghana's hopes of a fifth Afcon crown are fading fast...

  • Asamoah Gyan
    OffAndré AyewGhanaGHANA CHANGE: Gyan on for Andre Ayew.
  • Asamoah Gyan
    OnAsamoah GyanGhana

GHANA CHANGE: Gyan on for Andre Ayew.


The Ghana corner comes to nothing and Tunisia breathe a sigh of relief. They are less than 10 minutes away from the last eight and their first knockout win since 2004.

TUNISIA CHANGE: Sliti on for Msakni.


Wakaso cuts in from the right and curls in a low 25-yard shot that skims the far post via the hand of Hassen.


Ghana pressing but they really need to raise their tempo. They've been in second gear for much of this game.


This is an old fashioned smash and grab from Tunisia. Can Ghana get themselves out of trouble? The clock is ticking...


GHANA CHANGE: Ekuban on for Acquah.

  • Taha Khenissi
    GoalTaha KhenissiTunisiaGOAL! Khenissi flashes a first-time shot in via a defender and the near post from Kechrida's low cross from the right.

GOAL! Khenissi flashes a first-time shot in via a defender and the near post from Kechrida's low cross from the right.


Fair to say Khazri has made a really positive impact on Tunisia. His run led to the first chance and then his delivery was almost nodded home by Khenissi.


OFF THE POST! Khenissi meets a right-wing delivery but sees his header crash back off the woodwork.


Khazri wriggles to the right byline and cuts it back for Khenissi, who sees his shot on the stretch hit Nuhu on the hand and roll wide. Tunisia shout for a penalty but the referee isn't interested.

  • Wahbi Khazri
    OffAnice BadriTunisiaGHANA CHANGE: Wahbi Khazri on for Badri.
  • Wahbi Khazri
    OnWahbi KhazriTunisia

GHANA CHANGE: Wahbi Khazri on for Badri.


Badri motors down the right and fires in a dangerous ball into the box. Ghana don't deal it with it initially, but it falls kindly for them and they hack it away.


Mubarak teases a deep free kick towards Boye, but a Tunisian head powers it to safety.


Ghana continue to dictate without really upping the tempo. The Black Stars are remaining patient, but it's not making for much of a spectacle.


Tunisia content to sit deep and hope for a set piece or a rare moment of quality on the break. You sense they would be happy with penalties even at this early juncture.


Ghana continue to prove but it's been a very frustrating night for their front men so far.


Khenissi attempts to flick a header from a left-wing corner towards goal, but can't connect properly. It hits Boye instead and loops just wide of the far post.


Ghana keep the pressure on but can't make anything of a succession of corners.


Owusu sees a fizzing volley from the edge of the box brilliantly blocked. He then gets involved in the build up once more and races in from the right flank before seeing a low effort from a very narrow angle on the byline beaten away by Hassen.

  • Youssef Msakni
    Yellow cardYoussef MsakniTunisiaMsakni booked for a clumsy challenge on Wakaso. Seemed a bit harsh.

Msakni booked for a clumsy challenge on Wakaso. Seemed a bit harsh.

Ghana's defender Andy Yiadom (C-R) is marked by Tunisia's midfielder Youssef Msakni (C-L) during the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) Round of 16 football match between Ghana and Tunisia at the Ismailia Stadium in the Egyptian city on July 8, 2019
  • 2nd Half

KICK OFF! Ghana get us back up and running. Fingers crossed for a much improved second period.

  • End of 1st Half

HT: Ghana 0-0 Tunisia.


Two minutes added.

Copa África 2019, Ghana-Túnez Thomas

GHANA GOAL CHALKED OFF! The Black Stars keep a corner alive. Jordan Ayew cuts it back from the right for Andre Ayew, who brilliantly flicks home. There's confusion over why it's been disallowed, but the referee seems quite convinced.


Acquah pulls the trigger from 30 yards and sees Hassen push it to safety. The effort was going wide, so that was a strange decision from the keeper.


Both sides breaking up play with niggling fouls. There's no real pattern or rhythm to the contest, which probably suits Tunisia more than Ghana.


It's been a disappointing spectacle so far. We need a goal!

Ghana registered four and conceded twice in the group stage while Tunisia have netted twice and let in the same number of goals.


RANDOM STAT: This is Ghana's 93rd match at the tournament. The Black Stars have won 52 and lost 20, scoring 123 goals along the way.


Boye is back in the mix and looks fine to continue.


Play halted as Boye receives the magic sponge treatment. He's carried off on a stretcher, but didn't seem to need it!


POSSESSION: Tunisia 59 per cent - Ghana 41 per cent.


Partey takes advantage of some fine tackling by Acquah to drive forward and drill a 25-yard strike over the top.


Khenissi flicks on a right-wing corner, but Thomas Partey somehow sticks out an important leg to divert it to safety with Ellyes Skhiri flying in for what had looked like a certain tap-in.

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STAT: Ghana have lost seven of their last 11 knockout stage matches at Afcon.


STAT: Andre Ayew has been involved in 11 goals at Afcon (9 goals, 2 assists). That's more than any other player since Opta started analysing stats at the competition in 2010.


OFF THE POST! Kasim Nuhu sees a firm header from a right-wing set piece come back off the post. Andre Ayew has a pop from the rebound, but Hassen makes a smart save to deny him.


Ghana have had a succession of set pieces, but haven't been able to create anything from them.

  • Dylan Bronn
    Yellow cardDylan BronnTunisiaDylan Bronn booked for a rash foul.

Dylan Bronn booked for a rash foul.

  • John Boye
    Yellow cardJohn BoyeGhanaBoye booked for stopping Tunisia from breaking following that disappointing set piece.

Boye booked for stopping Tunisia from breaking following that disappointing set piece.


Wakaso whips it towards the far post but Mouez Hassen is unchallenged and makes an easy catch.


Msakni makes a clumsy tackle on Acquah and gives away a dangerous free kick on the right flank.


CLOSE! Khenissi races into the area to latch on to a lovely through pass from Youssef Msakni, but can't get a shot away as Yiadom comes flying back to make a vital last-ditch tackle.


DID YOU KNOW? Tunisia have lost their last five knockout matches at Afcon. Their last victory outside the group stage was back in 2004 when they were the host nation.


Tunisia have had the edge in the very early stages of this one. Ghana not afraid to go into challenges at full throttle either. The referee has already told Black Stars skipper, Andre Ayew to tell his players to keep it clean.


HEAD-TO-HEAD at Afcon: Ghana have won six of the seven meetings with Tunisia. The other match was drawn.

The last time they met at this tournament was in 2012 when Ghana prevailed 2-1 after extra time in a tight quarter-final encounter.


Tunisia's chance have been hit by the news their main man, Wahbi Khazri's injury keeps him out of the starting XI. Anice Badri has come into the side. Can he make an impact, and is Khazri fit enough to make an appearance off the bench if needed late on?

  • 1st Half

KICK OFF! Tunisia get the final last 16 clash of the 2019 Afcon underway.


Tunisia forward Taha Yassine Khenissi (pictured left for his club, ES de Tunis): "We face Ghana with one aim, which is winning and qualifying. We don't think about the group matches. You'll see a fresh face for the national team and all the players are united to qualify the national team."

S Tunis' forward Saad Beguir (R) poses with ES Tunis' forward Taha Yassine Khenissi and the trophy after winning the CAF Champions League second leg final football match between Egypt's Al-Ahly and Tunisia's ES Tunis at the Olympic stadium in Rades on Nov

Tunisia coach, Alain Giresse: "We have played three games so far. Our performance was not good in the beginning but we have improved some aspects. We have to learn our lessons and show a strong game against the Black Stars."

Alain Giresse

Ghana coach, James Kwesi Appiah: "Right from day one, I said you can never underrate any team. The fact that Egypt and Cameroon are out should tell you what is happening. In football nowadays, you don't have to rely on past achievement so if we have had the upper hand over Tunisia doesn't mean it is going to be easy."

James Kwesi Appiah hat seinen Vertrag verlängert.

The winner of this contest will face Madagascar in the last eight after the surprise package beat DR Congo on penalties after a 2-2 draw in their last 16 clash.


Meanwhile, Tunisia finished second in Group E despite drawing all three of their matches.

Wahbi Khazri - Tunisia

CONFIRMED TEAMS - GHANA: Ofori, Kasim, Baba, Boye, Yiadom, Partey, Acquah, A.Ayew, Wakaso, Owuso, J.Ayew. /// TUNISIA: Mouez, Kechrida, Bronn, Meriah, Hadadi, Sassi, Skhiri, Chaaleli, Msakni, Badri, Khenissi.


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