Senegal have secured the first ever Africa Cup of Nations title have seeing off over seven-title winners Egypt in the penalty shoot-out at the Olembe Stadium on Sunday evening.
Liverpool forward Sadio Mane had opportunity to put the west African nation ahead from spot-kick but his efforts saved by Gabaski just six minutes into the clash.
Both teams had couples chances throughout 120th minutes but failed to broken deadlock, with resulting penalty shootouts.
Koulibaly take first penalty, and put Senegal ahead before Sayed equalises for Egypt with a stunning strike.
Diallo scores low and Senegal retake the lead while Abdelmonem hits the post. Ismaila Sarr shot saved, giving Egypt the chance to equalise through Mehany.
Dieng confidently puts his shot high into the net and Edouard Mendy saved from Mohanad Lasheen to allow Mane the chance to seal the win and gain just reward for Senegal, who had been by far the better side in the final but spurned numerous opportunities to win the game.
The 28-year-old Chelsea first choice goalkeeper made two incredible save during penalty shoot-out after both teams ended their 120th minutes on pitch with a goalless draw.
And immediately Senegal become champions, Edouard Mendy was capture on camera delivered sensational jubilation, with showcased series of exciting.