The CAF Qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup continued as several matches were played on Wednesday Thursday and Friday October.
Contrary to expectations of many big teams/countries lost thus missing important points. Now who are those teams.
Nigerian Super Eagle
The Super Eagles of Nigeria lost at home to the Central African Republic by 1 goal to nil in a match played at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, in Lagos, Nigeria. The painful goal was scored by K.Namnganda in 90th minutes.
Kenya Harambee Stars
Kenyan Harambee Stars lost 5-0 to Mali national team The Eagles on Thursday the goals were scored by Charles Traore who netted twice while Kone Scored thrice and Mousa Doumbia.
Niger against Algeria
On Friday night Niger were beaten ruthlessly by Algeria. Niger who had travelled to city of Blida were beaten 6-1, Manchester city Star Riyad Mahrez and Islam sliman scored twice while other two goals were own goal. Niger only goal was scored by Daniel sosah.
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