Two games, one goal and one assist – Wilfried Zaha has had a start of his international career with the Ivory Coast that he only could have dreamt of happening.

After switching international allegiance from England to Ivory Coast, the Crystal Palace winger has stated he has ‘no regrets’ over the decision and after his first two appearances for his new side, who can blame him?

Zaha scored the second goal for Ivory Coast against Uganda on Wednesday afternoon, in their 3-0 win, their second warm-up game ahead of the African Cup of Nations which starts on Saturday.

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In his first game against Sweden on Sunday, the 24-year-old provided an assist for his teammate Giovanni Sio, who scored the winning goal.

Ivory Coast face Togo in their first game of the African Cup of Nations on Monday before facing DR Congo and Morocco in their remaining group stage games, with the last of those taking place on 24th January.