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Ivory Coast AFCON

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Ivory Coast defeated Nigeria 2-1 in the final of the Africa Cup of Nations. Sebastien Haller scored the winning goal, and the Ivory Coast players celebrated with Cristiano Ronaldo's trademark "Siuuu" celebration. The victory was seen as a fitting end to the tournament's success story.

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The Ivory Coast national football team emerged victorious in the final match of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) against Nigeria, winning 2-1 and securing their third AFCON title [1][2]. The match took place at the Stade Olympique Alassane Ouattara in Abidjan, Ivory Coast [3].

Nigeria took the lead in the first half with a goal by Victor Osimhen, but the Ivory Coast staged a comeback in the second half. They equalized with a goal from Franck Kessié, and then secured the win with a late goal from Sebastien Haller [4][5].

The victory was highly celebrated in the Ivory Coast, with fans taking to the streets to celebrate and fireworks lighting up the sky [1]. The win was particularly meaningful for Ivory Coast coach Fae Mi Yelé, who described it as "more than a fairytale" [6].

Meanwhile, in Nigeria, the defeat was met with disappointment, but the team was praised for their performance in the tournament [10].

The AFCON tournament as a whole was described as dramatic and exciting, with various thrilling moments and upsets [8][18]. The final match between Ivory Coast and Nigeria was highly anticipated and generated significant interest [27].

Overall, the Ivory Coast's victory in the AFCON final against Nigeria marked a significant triumph for the team and their fans. It showcased the talent and determination of the players and solidified their status as a top footballing nation in Africa [20].

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