Cabinda - Angola - Ivory Coast became the first team to reach this year's African Nations Cup last eight after beating Ghana 3-1 with 10 men in Group B on Friday.
A Didier Drogba header in the last minute finished off the Black Stars after Gervinho put the Ivorians ahead in the first half and Siaka Tiene added another midway through the second.
The win put Ivory Coast, held 0-0 by Burkina Faso in their opening game, top of the group with four points from two games. Burkina Faso are second with one point and Ghana, playing their first game in the three-team group, are third.
Ivory Coast's Emmanuel Eboue was sent off in the 56th minute but Ghana failed to take advantage though they got a consolation goal with a stoppage-time penalty by Asamoah Gyan. Ghana must beat Burkina Faso in Luanda on Tuesday to progress.