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Live Reporting

By Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks and goodbye

    Tunisia beat Ghana 5-4 on penalties after 1-1 AET

    Some good late evening drama for us all there.

    Tomorrow is a day off at the Africa Cup of Nations and the first two quarter-finals take place on Wednesday with Senegal versus Benin (17:00 BST) and then Nigeria versus South Africa (20:00 BST).

    Thanks for joining us and for all your comments. Until next time, bye for now.

  2. Tunisia beat Ghana on penalties - read the report

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (4-5 on penalties)

    Taha Yassine Khenissi

    Tunisia beat Ghana on penalties to set up an Africa Cup of Nations quarter-final with Madagascar.

    Goalkeeper Farouk Ben Mustapha was the hero, coming on for the shootout and saving Caleb Ekuban's penalty.

    Tunisia had been seconds away from winning in 90 minutes, but substitute Rami Bedoui headed into his own net in injury time, with his first touch.

    They had led in Ismailia through Taha Yassine Khenissi's goal from Wajdi Kechrida's cross.

    Leeds striker Ekuban was the only player to fail with his kick in the shootout, with Ferjani Sassi scoring the winning kick.

    Tunisia, who last won the Africa Cup of Nations in 2004, now face surprise package Madagascar, ranked 108th in the world, on Thursday.

  3. Post update

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (4-5 pens)

    It's Madagascar next for Tunisia in the last eight and that comes on Thursday.

  4. Post update

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (4-5 on pens)

    That third penalty for Ghana was the decisive one. Caleb Ekuban, on the books of Leeds but who had a loan spell at Trabzonspor last season is the man who misses.

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  5. Post update

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (4-5 on pens)

    The goalkeeper substitution works! Farouk Ben Mustapha did not touch the ball in the match, he comes on with seconds left in extra time and makes the decisive save - keeping out Caleb Ekuban's spot-kick as Tunisia win.

    A note that Asamoah Gyan, who missed a penalty for Ghana in 2010 as they went out of the World Cup against Uruguay, did not step forward to take one for Ghana.

  6. Sassi scores - Tunisia win

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (4-5 on pens)

    Ferjani Sassi has a chance to win it for Tunisia. He does! He's the calmest man in the stadium, a stutter in the run-up, the goalkeeper does not move and he rolls it into the bottom corner.

  7. Post update

    Ferjani Sassi to win it for Tunisia?

  8. Partey scores

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (4-4 pens)

    Thomas Partey for Ghana and he keeps it alive. Tunisia will go through if they score next.

  9. Meriah scores

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (3-4 pens)

    Meriah takes Tunisia to the brink of the last eight. Ghana need to score.

  10. Agbenyenu scores

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (3-3 pens)

    Ghana's Lumor Agbenyenu was brought on to take a penalty and he delivers, sending the goalkeeper the wrong way.

  11. Bronn scores

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (2-3 pens)

    Dylan Bronn gives Tunisia the advantage. A centre-half, blasted into the roof of the net.

  12. Ekuban misses for Ghana

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (2-2 pens)

    Ghana substitute Caleb Ekuban is the first to miss. Ben Mustapha dives to his right and saves it! An inspired substitution.

  13. Khazri scores

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (2-2 pens)

    Wahbi Khazri sends Richard Ofori the wrong way. Bottom corner. Super calm.

  14. Ayew scores

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (2-1 pens)

    Jordan Ayew, the Crystal Palace man, takes a lazy run-up but sends it high into the net.

  15. Sliti scores

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (1-1 pens)

    Substitute Naim Sliti sends the goalkeeper the wrong way, into the roof of the net. Lovely.

  16. Wakaso scores

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia (1-0 pens)

    Mubarak Wakaso for Ghana, but only just. Ben Mustapha got his hand to it, but can't keep it out.

  17. Post update

    Tunisia win the toss but Wahbi Khazri says Ghana will go first.

  18. Almost Kepa mark two!

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia

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    Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa refused to come off during the Carabao Cup final as Maurizio Sarri wanted to bring on Costel Pantilimon as their match against Manchester City went to a penalty shootout.

    Kepa stood his ground, Sarri was humiliated and Chelsea lost the shootout.

  19. Post update

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia

    Farouk Ben Mustapha did not touch the ball. He now has the chance to be the most unlikely of heroes.

  20. We go to penalties

    Ghana 1-1 Tunisia