Tanzania leads the group after a historic away victory over Benin this Sunday and kept alive its hopes of qualifying for the finals for the first time.
Morocco's Saimon Msuva, who scored the only goal for the 'National stars' in a game in which the Stars were not given a big chance to get even a draw. With the win, the Stars lead the group with 7 points equal to Benin who is being promoted to lead the group, which consists of teams from Madagascar and DRC.
With the exception of Ghana and Cameroon, Algeria, Tunisia, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Stars, Mali, Egypt, South Africa, Senegal and Morocco were leading the group ahead of Monday's games. Tanzania to lead its group after four games joining the big football nations in Africa, has brought a lot of enthusiasm until the President of the country, Samia Suluhu to give a word of congratulations.
is an imaginary step, before the start of the tournament this year, but Tanzania has turned it into a reality with two games left against DRC at home and Madagascar away. Any victory in those matches, will likely take the nation by surprise in the next knockout stage which will include 10 leading nations, who will play to get 5 teams to represent Africa.
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