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Drogba reacts to AFCON win - VIDEO!

2015-02-09 15:05
Cape Town - He may be retired from the international game but Didier Drogba's passion for the national team was clear for all to see during the tense penalty shootout against Ghana.

Veteran Ivory Coast goalkeeper Copa Barry saved a penalty and then got up and scored for his team during a sudden death penalty shootout to win the 2015 Africa Nations Cup.


After the cup final ended goalless after 120 minutes of tense football, the penalty shootout went to sudden death and in the end the Ivorians won 9-8 with goalkeeper Copa Barry netting the decisive kick.

Watch Didier Drogba's reaction to the shootout here:

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