The Gambia has made history by securing their place in the last eight on their first ever appearance at AFCON.
They booked their place in the quarter finals at the Africa Cup of Nations as Musa Barrow’s goal gave them 1-0 victory over Guinea. Chances were at a premium and when they did come, both Guinea and Gambia were guilty of wastefulness.
Just as the game looked destined for extra time, Barrow broke the deadlock from 12 yards to put the tournament debutants ahead.
Playing their first ever AFCON tournament, the Gambians kept their unbeaten run. They will face the winner of Monday evening’s game between host Cameroon and Comoros.