Africa World cup Qualifiers games were played last night the latest round of results also saw several clubs take the top with Senegal Ghana and South Africa being Among the Winning teams.
On Tuesday 6 matches were played Zimbabwe Lost one to nil against Ghana after early first half goal from arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey.
Congo lost 1-2 to Togo at their home, Algeria Thrashed Niger 4-0 after Manchester city star Riyard Mahrez opened with an early Goal while South Africa punished Ethiopia 1-0 at FNB stadium in Johannesburg.
Senegal punished Namibia 3-1 from Famara Hattrick while Morocco beaten Guinea 4-1.
Now which teams have qualified for World cup?
After Senegal win with an unassailable lead in Group H, with a 100% record after four games and two to play in November, Senegal have booked a place in world cup.
On the other hand Morocco beat Guinea 4-1 and finished in top of Group I this gave them a place in World Cup at Qatar.
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