This week sees the resumption of Africa’s 2022 World Cup Qualification tournament, with Matchday 3 of the group stage seeing 20 fixtures played across the continent from 6 to 9 October.
The action Kicked off on Wednesday night where Sudan hosted Guinea a game which ended 1-1 draw, while morroco punished Guinea Bissau 5-0 at Rabat.
On Thursday DRC Congo hosted Madagascar and punished them 2-0, Liberia lost 1-2 to Cape Verde while Tanzania Lost one goal to nil at home to Benin.
In the Evening Equitorial Guinea punished to goals to nil thanks to goals from Emilio Nsue and Saul Coco.
Nigerian super Eagle's lost one goal to nil at home to Central African Republic. Uganda Kranes brilliantly punished neighbors Rwanda 1-0 it was first half goal From Fahad Bayo.
Kenyan harambe stars will be Visiting Mali at Stade adir while Tunisia will be hosting Mauritania this night.
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