Last Updated: 29/01/12 7:55pm
Zambia finish top of Group A following a 1-0 win over Equatorial Guinea, with both sides progressing to the quarter-finals. Join us again tomorrow for more AFCON action, until then, have a good one, later!
Zambia's Clifford Mulenga replaces Kalaba. Seconds before, Mweene claimed a dangerous cross with one hand, Pat Jennings style. The Zambian keeper has looked solid throughout.
Zambia goal! Katongo steps in off the left flank before sneaking the ball past Danilo at the near post from just inside the area!
Rui Fernando Gomez gets a crucial foot in as Kalaba was shaping to shoot in the Equatorial Guinea box.
Zambia's Musonda clears with a bicycle kick amid pressure from Bolado. Mweene then does brilliantly to gather a cross from the right with Ben Konate challenging in the air.
Equatorial Guinea's Raul-Ivan Fabiani replaces Thierry Fidjeu. Soon after Hichani Himoonde had an indirect free-kick in the Zambian box charged down after Danilo handled a backpass.
Mweene does superbly to thwart Ivan Bolado in a one-on-one situation by racing off his line to close the angle. Bolado was teed up through a delightfully weighted pass by Ekedo.
Danilo drops down smartly at his near post to deny Katongo's first time shot following a strong run by Kalaba. Earlier, Lungu burst down the right touchline but his cut back was hoisted clear by Fousseny Kamissoko.
Katongo and Ekedo trade some choice words following a physical tussle. Some strong tackles going in at the moment, but it's largely been above board so far.
Equatorial Guinea goalkeeper Danilo acrobatically punches clear a cross from the right. The crowd enjoyed that.
Daniel-Bledimiar Ekedo disappoints with an overcooked cross from the left following a decent spell of pressure from Equatorial Guinea.
Zambia's Joseph Musonda powers down the left flank before swinging in a decent cross, which Equatorial Guinea just about clear. Good stuff from the South Africa-based defender, who plies his trade with Premiership outfit Golden Arrows.
Zambia break down the right but Rainford Kalaba's poor pass fails to connect with Chisamba Lungu. It's been a free-flowing contest so far with plenty of space to exploit.
Mweene is called into action again as he saves Juvenal Edjogo's stinging free-kick from 35 yards out. At the other end, Emmanuel Makaya heads over the cross bar with his back to goal. Would have taken something special from that position.
Zambian skipper Christopher Katongo breaks through the centre before squeezing his shot high and wide of the target from just outside the area. Soon after, Zambian goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene does well to collect a testing cross by Javier Balboa from the right.
Al Glover from Jozi is first out of the blocks and backs Zambia to impress. He says: "Zambia 2-1, Mbesuma needs to start. He's been banging them in for Golden Arrows this season."
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If you're a betting man/woman/Jedi Knight, Zambia are 6/4 to win tonight according to our friends at Sky Bet.
On the team front, Equatorial Guinea will be without their inspirational captain Rodolfo Bodipo who is injured, while Lawrence Doe is suspended after his red card against Senegal.
The tournament co-hosts, with six points, are already through to the quarter-finals of CAF's flagship event. The Copper Bullets, on four points, can join them with a draw tonight.