Tunisia have appealed to replay their Africa Cup of Nations Group F match against Mali after the game ended in a controversial way.
The match ended in a controversial way as referee Janny Sikazwe blew the final whistle early.
The Zambian referee blew the final whistle after just 85 minutes before restarting play for four minutes but blew again at the 89th minute.
It was expected that even after ninety minutes there would be added time due to events that took place in between the match such as the lengthy VAR checks for Kone's penalty and a Tunisia spotkick that Wahbi Khazri missed.
Mali coach Mohamed Magassouba's post-match press conference was later interrupted as it was announced the final three minutes of the game would be played.
About 40 minutes later the Mali players and officials returned to the pitch but the Tunisian players refused as they had reportedly already had their ice baths.
Tunisia's refusal to return to play the remainder of the game led to the referee blowing his whistle once again to call off the match.
In the aftermath, Tunisia coach Mondher Kebaier slammed the decision and the nation have now called for the game to be replayed.
“At the 85th minute, he blew the final whistle and again at the 89th minute. There was supposed to be seven to eight minutes of additional time. His decision is inexplicable.
“The players were taking ice baths for 35 minutes before they were called back out again.
“I've been coaching for a long time and I have never seen anything like it. Even the fourth referee was preparing to lift the board and then the whistle was blown,” the coach stated.