Gabon scored a controversial late goal against Ghana to draw their Africa Cup of Nations Group C match 1-1.
Andre Ayew had put Ghana in front in the 18th minute, but his strike was cancelled out by Jim Allevinah’s 88th-minute equaliser.
Ghana, now facing a nervous final game, were angry Gabon failed to return the ball after an injury to their player.
Daniel-Kofi Kyere had gone down following a challenge inside the Gabon half but, from the resulting throw-in, Guelor Kanga played the ball to Allevinah, who struck a low left-footed shot across Jojo Wollacott and into the bottom right-hand corner.
According to BBC, Ayew protested to referee Lahlou Benbraham about the goal to no avail and scuffles broke out when Gabon celebrated at full-time.
Ghana substitute Benjamin Tetteh was shown a red card after the final whistle for his part in the on-pitch melee.
fenders struggling with communication, but the Black Stars grabbed the lead when Ayew put them in front with a magnificent strike.
Receiving the ball well outside the area, he controlled it, made space and fired home for his 10th goal at Nations Cup finals.
Ayew, sporting a prominent dressing over his left eye from the head injury he suffered in his side’s defeat by Morocco, celebrated almost angrily as he tried to inspire his team-mates.
After their opening flurry, the Panthers rarely created much until almost an hour played, when Wollacott made a smart save to deny Allevinah, who was inches short of poking home.
The game barely flowed and neither side was able to take a grip, but it was played in a lively atmosphere in Yaounde with fans of both teams making themselves heard.