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And that's it! It's been a thrilling end to the game, but in the end the sides have to share the spoils. It's another well-earned point for Cape Verde, despite having conceded the lead, but the result leaves both sides with their own fate in their hands heading into the final round of matches on Sunday.
Third and final change for Cape Verde now with one minute of normal time remaining, Guy Ramos coming on in place of Julio Tavares.
GOAL! Morocco 1-1 Cape Verde! Youssef El-Arabi!
Second change for Cape Verde now, with Ryan Mendes, arguably tonight's Man of the Match, making way for Heldon.
That earlier yellow card for Younes Belhanda proved to be his last piece of action for the evening, with the Montpellier forward making way for Kamel Chafni. That's all three changes made by the Morocco coach, with around 20 minutes still to go here in Durban.
Neves Nando is the latest player to go into he book after bringing down Youssef El-Arabi on the edge of the area. The resulting free-kick isn't too far away from goal, but Josimar Vozinha can eventually watch the ball sail past the top corner.
As it turns out, a yellow card was shown, but it went to Abdelaziz Barrada for arguing over the decision to play-on. Questionable refereeing at best.
That's a pretty big booking for Younes Belhanda, who picks up a yellow for a dangerous, studs-up challenge, and that will rule him out of the final group stage clash against South Africa in Durban on Sunday. Morocco coach Rachid Taoussi will not be happy with that one bit.
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