Tunisia upset 10-man Nigeria to set up a quarter-final tie against Burkina Faso at the Africa Cup of Nations.
Youssef Msakni beat Super Eagles keeper Maduka Okoye with a long-range effort two minutes into the second half.
Nigeria’s task was made harder when Alex Iwobi was sent off following a video assistant referee review.
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The West Africans were the only side to win all three group games in Cameroon, but were largely subdued against a Tunisia side hit by Covid-19.
Nigeria forward Umar Sadiq fired across goal and wide in injury time after Moses Simon had earlier had an effort blocked by Bechir Ben Said.
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Tunisia, Nations Cup winners in 2004, will face Burkina Faso in the last eight on Saturday, 29 January.
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