We're underway at the Stade d'Angondje in Libreville where Zambia are facing the Ivory Coast in the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations final. The Ivory Coast, in orange, are the ones to kick us off following Badara Diatta's whistle, but it doesn't take them too long to give the ball away after an aimless long pass is floated to Kennedy Mweene in the Zambia goal. The underdogs respond in fine fashion, sprinting up the other end of the pitch and winning a corner.
Rainford Kalaba pulls off one from the training ground and the Elephants' defence is quite thoroughly confused, allowing the ball to skim across the face of the area. Zambia midfielder Nathan Sinkala finds himself up on the end of it, hammering a shot towards the bottom corner, but Boubacar Barry is equal to the effort and manages to hold on. The Ivory Coast have yet to concede a goal in this tournament, and going down a minute into the final would have been a pretty sad way to end that streak.