The first theme we look at is the best recorded jamming sessions by Afcon participants. The tournament has not gone past the first round of group action yet, so we will be expecting stiffer competition as we move along.
We believe this performance by the Ghana national team takes the cake. Watch the video below and see if you agree with us.
Ghana's preparing for their opening game against Benin on Tuesday night. When the Black Stars players got back to their hotel after training, they truly turned on the style. There have been question marks about the mood in the camp after the change of captaincy issue in which Asamoah Gyan was replaced by Andre Ayew.
However this video clearly demonstrates that the Ghana players are in high spirits.
Talking about high spirits, the Zimbabwe Warriors would like to compete with Ghana with their talent for singing on the bus. Zimbabwe's opening game came a few days before Ghana, so we will have to see if the players can keep up this positivity after a defeat. The Warriors went on to lose their opening game 1-0 to Egypt.
In another video we can see South Africa's midfielder Dean Furman attempt to turn on the style in his birthday dance. What score does Furman get in your rating?
Bafana Bafana lost 1-0 to Ivory Coast on Monday afternoon and will have to show more of their skills on the field.
Finally, Egyptian star Mohamed Salah's certainly inspiring with his skills. The inspiration has travelled beyond the borders of Africa and into Iran. We can watch the amazing video (at the bottom) of seven-year-old Mohamad Taha, who recreates some of Salah's best skills as showcased on television.
We used to talk about the Egyptian 'Messi', but will we start talking about the Iranian 'Salah'?
Dean Furman celebrated his 30th birthday last night with his teammates who asked him to get on the floor.— Bafana Bafana (@BafanaBafana) June 23, 2019
Happy birthday Dean! pic.twitter.com/kaXdOmFvXi