Africa’s FIFA World Cup Pre-Qualifiers Round-Up
Results from African teams’ world cup qualifiers played this week.
The World Cup preliminary qualifiers are up and running with African teams engaged this week.
Rwanda dispatched off Seychelles thumping them at home. Goals from Muhadjir Hakizimana, Yannick Mukunzi and Meddie Kagere were enough to inflict damage on The Pirates in the first of a two-legged fixture.
Earlier on Wednesday, Namibia drew 1-1 with Eritrea as Mozambique beat Mauritius 1-0 with Stelio Ersnesto’s lone goal, netted in the 9th minute, proving to be the match-winner.
Djibouti also shocked Eswatini 2-1 at home as Guinea-Bissau put Sao Tome and Principe to the sword by 1-0.
Liberia humbled Sierra Leone 3-1 in Monrovia also on the same day. Two penalty goals made Kwame Quee’s initial equaliser for the Leone Stars to count for nothing.
In today’s encounters, Sudan sent Chad packing with Ramadan Kreen’s hat-trick wreaking havoc.
The Le Sao of the landlocked country, Chad, tried an ambitious come back with a goal by Ezechiel Alladjim but it was too late too little.
Elsewhere, Somalia had Zimbabwe awed by claiming a first international victory since 2009.
Amwar Sidai Shake will go down the history books as the man who earned Somalia the spoils in the preliminary World Cup qualifier.
The likes of Gambia, Botswana take to the field tomorrow Friday up against Angola and Malawi respectively.