The ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon witnessed four games with two wins and two draws as two groups had their games played.

Hellings Mhango netted a brace as Malawi came from behind to sink Zimbabwe 2-1.

Mhango equalized latching on from a cross before running his way through the Zimbabwean defence caught sleeping for his second.

Hellings Mhango celebrates his second goal against Zimbabwe

Meanwhile, the other Group B game between Senegal and Guinea ended in a 0-0 draw with Liverpool’s Naby Keita picking up the Man of the match award.

Morocco secured a 2-0 win to become the second team to book a place in the knockouts thanks to strikes from Amallah and Aboukhlal.

Morocco players celebrate a goal in their 2-0 win over Comoros

Ghana slipped late against Gabon as they both shared the spoils of a 1-1 draw.

Ghana had raced into the lead with Andre Ayew’s 10th Afcon goal (the most scored by any Ghanaian) but Gabon left it late to secure a late equalizer from Jim Allevinah.

The Black Stars also got a red card after the game.

Andre Ayew having been fed by Arsenal’s Thomas Partey turned with ball to lose a Gabonese marker before firing from distance into the goal.

Andre Ayew celebrates after putting Ghana ahead in a 1-1 draw against Gabon

Ghana looked set to secure all three points until Gabon got an equalizer when substitute Jim Allevinah equalized at death in the 88th minute of play.

The game saw more action as Ghana’s Benjamin Tetteh saw red after a tussle between players of both sides ensued after the game.

Ghana are now on the brink of elimination as they are third with just a point.

Morocco are top with six points and are through, Gabon are second with four while Ghana have a point, Comoros are out of the tournament having lost two games and have no point.

“I respect GH [Ghana]. ‘Fair Play’ is an English word; we don’t have it in French. Fair Play means GH should’ve stopped trying to waste time & breaking the game. Don’t come and preach me  on Fair Play. We saw a chance and we took it.”

Gabon coach Patrice Neveu on lack of Fair Play
Gabon’s coach Patrice Neveu