Ghana captain Andre Ayew has dethroned iconic striker Asamoah Gyan as the country's top scorer at the Africa Cup of Nations.
Ayew, 33, made history last week when he scored his 10th goal at the continental showpiece to edge his countryman.
The Al Sadd forward scored a magnificent goal for the Black Stars in their 1-1 stalemate against Gabon to etch his name in the history folklore.
He has now passed the illustrious Asamoah Gyan - who has scored eight goals in the competition.
The 33-year-old Ghanaian surpassed Egyptian legend Ahmed Hassan (32 games) to become the 2nd most-games player in the competition's history behind Cameroonian Rigobert Song (36 games).
Abedi Pelé's son also became the 4th player in history to score in four editions of the CAN. A record shared with Gyan, Samuel Eto'o and Kalusha Bwalya.