Sudan put up a superb show to clinch their first victory at the Africa Cup of Nations beating Burkina Faso by 2 goals to 1 to secure a quarter-final berth since the 1970 AFCON final when they dismissed Ghana by one goal to nil.
Sudan managed to seal their first AFCON win in 42 years following a victory over rivals Burkina Faso on Monday.
Striker Mudather El Taib proved to be the Sudanâ€™s hero as he fired home his sideâ€™s goals in almost identical fashion, with Issiaka Ouedraogo replying late on.
After a 32-year absence from the finals, Sudan returned in 2008 only to lose all their games by a 3-0 margin.
They have proved a different proposition this year after recovering from an opening 1nil defeat by Cote Dâ€™Ivoire to earn their first point since 1976 on Thursday when drawing with Angola.
The East African side will play the Chipolopolo of Zambia in Bata on February 4 before core hosts Equatorial Guinea take on African powerhouses Cote Dâ€™Ivoire.