Last Updated at 10:12 pm, January 25th 2012
But never mind that. Equatorial Guinea have pulled off a massive upset. They are the lowest ranked team at the tournament and have just beaten one of the favourites, effectively ending their campaign. Celebrations will no doubt go into the early hours of the morning.
Red card for Laurence Doe! It's unclear what he did though.
GOAL Eq. Guinea! David Alvarez!
GOAL Senegal! Moussa Sow!
Eq. Guinea sub: Daniel Ekedo on for Thierry Fidjeu.
GOAL Equatorial Guinea! Iban Randy!
Senegal sub: Ba comes off and is replaced by Deme N'Diaye.
Eq. Guinea sub: Narcisse Ekanga on for Ivan Bolado as the second half kicks off.
Seydou: Still hope Senegal is going to win the game but this time I will reconsider my bid it is going to be 2-0 still Ba with the opener.
Dan Higgins (Newcastle fan): It's good to see the two Dembas playing, looking forward to them playing together in the Premier League.
Half-time in Bata with the game still deadlocked at 0-0. Senegal will be disappointed with their lack of finishing in front of goal, while Equatorial Guinea should be content that they've managed to keep the west Africans out.
Yellow card for Danilo after he picked up a back pass.
Seydou from London: I bet 3-1 and Demba Ba for the opener. Come on Senegal.
Yellow card for Travieso after a foul on Lamine Sane.
If you fancy a wager, our friends at Sky Bet have priced Equatorial Guinea at 9/2 to win tonight's clash, while Senegal are favourites at 4/6.
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