Six African teams made their grand entrance in the first round of CAF qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 on Thursday. Somalia (currently the lowest-placed African team at the 202nd spot) pulled off a significant upset by beating Zimbabwe (1-0) who are currently 112th, courtesy of a goal by Anwar Sidali Shakunda.

The 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

(Seychelles and Rwanda)The Rwandans’ resounding 3-0 away victory brought an undesirable eight-match win less streak in qualifiers to an end.

Sudan against Chad – they had won four of the six previous matches between the countries – by disposing of their western neighbors 3-1 away from home, Ramadan Agab’s impressive hat-trick doing the damage.

Results:

  • Seychelles 0-3 Rwanda
  • Chad 1-3 Sudan
  • Somalia 1-0 Zimbabwe

Friday 6 September

Gambia-Angola: will be streamed live on FIFA.com and FIFA on YouTube
Comoros-Togo: live stream will not be available

Comoros vs Togo

Match: Comoros vs Togo

Competition: Africa World Cup qualifying

Date: Friday September 6, 2019

Kick-off time: 3:00pm

Stadium: Stade de Moroni

GAMBIA VS ANGOLA

Gambia play Angola on the 6th of September, at the Independence Stadium in Bakau. “ We are also able to bring in a couple of new players into the squad who we feel have the potential to make an impact and add quality to what we have already done.” Saintfiet said

GAMBIA VS ANGOLA

Match: Gambia vs Angola

Competition: Africa World Cup qualifying

Date: Friday September 6, 2019

Kick-off time: 8:00pm

Stadium: Independence Stadium Bakau

Saintfiet said that playing against Angola in the World Cup qualifiers is not the easiest and the best draw for The Gambia, noting that he can imagine that Angola has exactly the same feeling that they said before the draw that, “one team we don’t want to play against is the Gambia.

India vs Oman, 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier highlights.

India wasted their early lead to go down 1-2 against Oman in their 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Guwahati. The hosts started the game brilliantly and Sunil Chhetri handed them the lead in the first half. However, Rabia Alawi Al Mandhar scored twice in the second half to clinch the game for Oman.

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