Last Updated at 8:56 pm, January 23rd 2012
But that's it! Tunisia record a famous win over their bitter African rivals and go joint top of Group C. It's been a thoroughly entertaining game of football, and I hope you've enjoyed it too. I'm Ryan Gordon, and here's wishing you a pleasant remainder of your evening. Cheers all!
Just a couple of minutes left here now, and Aymen Mathlouthi goes into the referee's book for time wasting. The Morocco players are furious with the goalkeeper, who merely gives a rye smile before blasting the ball up field.
GOAL! Morocco 1-2 Tunisia! Houcine Kharjah!
GOAL! Morocco 0-2 Tunisia! Youssef Msakni!
That substitution is followed by another change, this time Morocco bringing on Hadji for Mbark Boussoufa.
It's been all Morocco since the restart, but Tunisia break forward with a lightning quick counter attack, led by Saber Khlifa. He breaks free into the area but the goalkeeper is quick off his line and forces the striker out wide, bringing an end to a promising move. Meanwhile, Tunisia take off Sami Allagui for Youssef Msakni.
Morocco coach Eric Gerets made a change at the break, with QPR's Adel Taarabt coming on for Oussama Assaidi. His first involvement is to break into the area before shooting against the arm of a Tunisia defender, but the referee waves away the frantic penalty appeals. A few minutes later and Taarabt is again in the thick of it, this time his shot going wide of the mark.
So, the teams head into the break with Tunisia just edging proceedings. It was a bit of a soft goal to concede, but Sami Trabelsi won't mind how they come, just as long as they do. Join me after the break for the second-half.
A booking for Morocco now as Mehdi Benatia cynically brings down a rampaging Zouhair Dhaouadi. It proves to be a costly foul by the defender as Khaled Korbi's free-kick into the area evades everyone before nestling in the bottom corner of the net. The Moroccans look shell shocked.
GOAL! Morocco 0-1 Tunisia! Khaled Korbi!
Contrary to Paul's earlier comment, Chamakh is looking quite lively for Morocco and wins his side a free-kick with some good hold-up play. Three players line up the set piece, but it's Badr El Kaddouri who curls one up and over the wall, but again the Tunisia goalkeeper proves a real force between the sticks. Korbi was also carded prior to that effort, becoming the first player to go into the referee's book this evening.
Paul says: No wonder Chamakh is such a fringe player at Arsenal, he couldn't find the goal even if the keeper was on lunch.
John Traore is the first to make his voice heard, and is confident of Morocco's chances. He writes: This Afcon is already off to a great start, and hopefully morocco can make it even better for us! 2-0.
The team sheets should be coming across my desk any minute now, but before we have a look into that, why not get involved by emailing your own predictions, thoughts or rants to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll share your words with the whole of Africa, and the world.
If you're a betting man/woman/other, and I'm willing to wager you are, our friends at Sky Bet have put Morocco as 7/5 favourites to exact their revenge on Tunisia, who are at 19/10 for the win.
Africa Cup of Nations Group A
Africa Cup of Nations Group B
Africa Cup of Nations Group C
Africa Cup of Nations Group D