Sebastien Haller scored late as Ivory Coast came from behind to win the Africa Cup of Nations with a 2-1 win over rival Nigeria.
Haller fired in from close range in the 81st minute on Sunday (Monday AEDT) to complete the turnaround after Franck Kessie drew the host nation level in the 62nd minute.
It was Ivory Coast's third title after wins in 1992 and 2015, both won on penalties.
Nigeria captain William Troost-Ekong had scored in the 38th minute against the run of play with a header to a corner.
The Super Eagles had been outplayed in the first half and really only threatened again after Haller scored his second goal of the tournament.
The Borussia Dortmund forward also scored in the semi-final for a 1-0 win over Congo.
Australian Associated Press