At least four people have been killed in Guinea following the national team’s 2-1 African Nations Cup win over the Democratic Republic of Congo at the weekend.

The streets of the Guinean capital Conarky filled with thousands of people as news of the result came through but violence broke out after reports of thefts.

Three people died in a car smash and another was apparently run over.

The Conarky police force have now reportedly urged people to stay at home during Guinea’s next game in the competition – Wednesday’s match against Rwanda.