FT: Togo 1 Tunisia 1

It's all over here with Togo qualifying for the quarter-finals for the first time in their history. Their 1-1 draw was enough to see them progress as runners-up in Group D behind the Ivory Coast who drew 2-2 with Algeria. Thank you for joining us, and well see you in the next round...

Adebayor is replaced by Dove Wome.

Hammami tries to find Msakni in the box but his ball is overhit and the chance is lost.

Kossi makes a last-ditch save to deny Fakhereddine Ben Youssef after a poor backwards header before Kossi again saves his side from close range - from the same player from the resultant corner.

Akoriko Ouro-Sadat replaces Floyd Ayite.

Floyd Ayite smashes over the target from a tight angle out wide on the left.

Fakhereddine Ben Youssef is on for Mejdi Traoui.

Moez Ben Cherifia hoofs clear under pressure from Ramao.

Ayite goes into the referee's book.

Floyd Ayite picks out Adebayor but his return ball to his teammate is cut out in a dangerous area of the pitch.

Adebayor is getting pushed and shoved every time he gets close to the ball but isn't winning any free-kicks.

Ayite, Adebayor and Kossi all booked protesting that penalty decision.

Khaled Mouelhi has missed his spot-kick - he hits the right-hand upright.

Saber Khelifa is tripped by Dare Nibombe inside the box but this time the ref has no hesitation in giving the penalty.

Serge Gakpe is replaced by Jonathan Ayite for Togo.

Darragui tries his luck on the half-volley from just outside the box but his effort is well wide in the end.

How Adebayor has not earned his side a penalty here is a mystery with Moez Ben Cherifia having clearly upened the striker in the box.

Adebayor hits the crossbar with a powerful header from a super Ayite cross from the left.

Abdul Mamah finally heads into the arms of his keeper Agassa Kossi after a prolonged spell of pressure from Tunisia around the Togo box.

Agassa Kossi pulls off a good save to deny Msakni from the free-kick before the same player forces a good save from the keeper from open play.

Dare Nibombe has been wrongly booked for bringing down Youssef Msakni on the edge of the box when it was clearly Serge Akakpo who committed the foul.

Komlan Amewou misses a glorious chance for Togo after Adebayor had done well to get the better of Abdennour and deliver a good cross - but Amewou completely misses the ball.

Chamseddine Dhaouad replaces Wahib Khazri for Tunisia.

Ayite then breaks forward and looks to unleash a shot from inside but Aymen Abdennour is quick to get back and get a vital block.

Adebayor is brought down in the box by Hichri after seemingly driftnig past the defender - nothing given.

Booking for Serge Gakpe for a nothing challenge on Youssef Msakni.

Serge Akakpo delivers a good free-kick in the box for Adebayor but Darragui wins that particular battle.

Wahib Khazri is booked for questioning the ref over that non penalty.

The referee waves play on as Oussama Darragui goes down in the box under the challenge of Vincent Bossou.

Tunisia kick off this second half...

It's ended all square at the end of the first half with Tunisia cancelling out an early Togo goal. Can Adebayor and co. hold on for the draw or will Tunisia find the win they need to progress...

Good cross from the right from Chadi Hammami but no one is placed to capitalse although Tunisia win a corner - Alaixys Ramao does well to clear.

Floyd Ayite should have been allowed to carry on his run despite being fouled, with Adebayor making up the ground to support his teammate. Ayite takes the resultant free-kick that hits the wall.

At a second glance Abdul Mamah did handle the ball in the box there...

Saber Khelifa wants another penalty - but really he was guilty of not shooting earlier before being well tackled by Vincent Bossou.

Youssef Msakni is carded for a tackle on Komlan Amewou.

Alaixys Ramao fires high and wide following some great play out wide on the left from Gakpe and Adebayor.

Dare Nibombe is adjudged to have dragged down Walid Hichri inside the box as the players waited for a corner - it's not often you see those given - and Mouelhi calmly slots the ball into the bottom left corner of the net.

GOAL! Togo 1-1 Tunisia! Khaled Mouelhi

Excellent cross from the left from Saber Khelifa but Dakonam Djene is there to shepherd the ball out with Wahib Khazri slow to react at the back post.

Wahib Khazri drills a 25-yard free-kick directly at Togo stopper Agassa Kossi, a routine save for the goalkeeper.

Tunisia play the ball around well in Togo's half with Saber Khelifa finally released down the left - buy play is brought back with the striker adjudged to have fouled Vincent Bossou as he tried to find his way to goal.

Adebayor releases Gakpe out wide right with the player returning the favour with a good cross back into the box but Adebayor's shot is just wide, having bobbled on this dusty pitch.

Togo try to break with some neat one-touch football but Alaixys Ramao is just offside this time.

Msakni did well to drive forward a full 30 yards but his shot from the edge of the box lacked any real power.

Remember Tunisia need to win to go through...

That's a very nicely taken goal by Gakpe who was set up by Adebayor. The Tottenham man drove straight down the middle of the pitch and looked to have waited too long to release Gakpe but the goalscorer took the ball in his stride and to the left of the goal before cutting it back past the goalkeeper and into the bottom far corner of the net.

GOAL! Togo 1-0 Tunisia! Serge Gakpe

First booking of the match to Khaled Mouelhi for a rash challenge on Abdul Mamah.

Adebayor releases Ayite out wide on the right who draws a save from Moez Ben Cherifia at his near post. The ball evetually breaks to Adebayor again and from the edge of the box he side-foots his shot wide of the left-hand post.

Oussama Darragui sets up Youssef Msakni delightfully out wide left for Tunisia but his cross is easily cut out.

Good chance for Togo as Dakonam Djene releases Serge Gakpe on the left and his ball to the near post to Floyd Ayite is good but Khalil Chemmam gets back to clear the danger.

Alaixys Ramao tries to take advantage of a slip by Aymen Abdennour to break forward but is adjudged to have fouled his opponent when challenging for the ball.

Togo immediately look for Emmanuel Adebayor with a long ball forward as Tunisia settle into a neat passing rhythm.

Togo get this match underway...

We are only moments away from kick-off now...

The two teams have emerged from the tunnel ahead of this match, and once the national anthems are out of the way, we can get down to action...

Tunisia make three changes with Oussama Darragi, Walid Hichri and Wahbi Khazri replacing Fakhreddine Ben Youssef, Bilel Ifa and Anis Boussaidi.

Togo make two changes, with Moustapha Salifou and Jonathan Ayite replaced by Vincent Bossou and Ayite's brother, Floyd.

The Tunisians know that anything less than a win would them drop out of the tournament, as their opposition boast a superior goal difference in the event of a stalemate. Meanwhile, Togo would be content with a win or a draw, as either result would see them secure a berth in the next round as runners-up of the group.

The head-to-head ruling means the group-winners have already been decided, as Cote d'Ivoire will be in the top spot regardless of results, having beaten both Togo and Tunisia in their opening two matches.

It's do-or-die for these sides, with Tunisia having beaten Algeria 1-0 in their opening match before losing 3-0 to the Ivory Coast, leaving them in third place, level on points with Togo - who themselves lost 2-1 to Cote d'Ivoire before knocking Algeria out with a 2-0 win.

Good evening and welcome to our live commentary of this the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations Group D clash between Togo and Tunisia.


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