Vincent Aboubakar was a halftime substitute for Cameroon in the African Cup of Nations final against Egypt on Sunday, and made the most of his appearance.
The striker found the net after flicking the ball over a defender and firing home at the Stade de l'Amitie in Libreville, Gabon.
Cameroon coach Hugo Broos believes there is no question his "exemplary" players deserved to reach the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations final after beating Ghana 2-0.
Egypt were pushed back, and looked like they were struggling to make it to full time when Cameroon got their victor, courtesy of this wonderfully deft piece of skill from Vincent Aboubakar who came off the bench to become a hero. He scored two wonderful goals against Ghana and Burkina Faso, and set up their crucial victor against Uganda.
Between Egypt and Cameroon are two outstanding African national teams and traditional rivals on the continent.
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The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon will enter their seventh AFCON final today.
That was Cameroon's last final appearance, but while then they had the likes of Samuel Eto'o and Rigobert Song, their current team has no such big name stars.
The result also secured Cameroon's place at this summer's FIFA Confederations Cup in Russian Federation.
Cameroon maintained their momentum at the start of the second half with Bassogog at the centre of most of their moves before N'Koulou powered home their deserved equaliser just before the hour-mark. They have played some solid football in AFCON 2017, defeating teams like Senegal (quarterfinal) and Ghana (semifinal) en route to the final.
Will it be Cameroon or Egypt lifting the Africa Cup Of Nations trophy on Sunday?