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- Yves Bissouma has returned to Tottenham Hotspurs after AFCON
- The Mali midfielder's AFCON hopes ended at the quarter-final stage
- Bissouma starred as Tottenham defeated Brighton on Sunday
Mali midfielder Yves Bissouma returned from the Africa Cup of Nations to entertain his Tottenham Hotspurs teammates.
Bissouma featured for Tottenham after coming on in the second half as the London club came from a goal down to beat Brighton in the Premier League on Saturday.
It was his first game since rejoining his teammates after Mali's quarter-final exit at the Nations Cup in Ivory Coast.
In a video shared on social media, Bissouma is seen jamming to the trending AFCON song, with his teammates enjoying the scene as Emerson Royal joined him on the dance floor.
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The song which goes with a popular choreography is mostly played during matches at AFCON and has become a popular tune on social media.
Players of the Ivorian national team celebrate their wins with the song.
Meanwhile, Bissouma, who has 33 caps for Mali made four appearances for the West Africans as they reached the last eight at AFCON. He was an extra-time substitute in the defeat to host Ivory Coast.
Bissouma's return was a huge boost for Tottenham, as he turned the game around following his introduction in the second half at the Tottenham stadium.
Having gone down to an early goal from Pascal Gross, fellow AFCON returnee Pape Matar Sarr levelled for the host on the hour mark before Brennan Johnson netted the winner late in extra time.
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