CAN 2019 – Qualifying Round (J5): Namibia and Guinea Bissau cancel (0-0)


African sports news was marked on Saturday by the long-awaited fifth round of the qualifying round of the 2019 African Nations Cup to be held next June in Cameroon.

Eight exciting posters were on the agenda for this exciting day, which saw four new finalists in the final round (bringing the total to 9 out of 24).

To the delight of African football fans, the meetings were again dispatched at different times.

Below, in detail, the full point of the results:

Senegal continues its harvest in Equatorial Guinea (0-1)

Already qualified for the CAN 2019, Senegal continued their course without problems to take advantage of the best of Equatorial Guinea (0-1) on Saturday in Bata.

The Lions of Teranga owe their victory to a "CSC" registered by Luis Meseguer (52º). Titled for the first time in the goal, Edouard Mendy kept his chip clean, as he did eight times with the Stade de Reims in Ligue 1 this season.

Provisional classification of group A:

1) Senegal, 13 points (+8), (Q)

2) Madagascar, 10 pts (+4). (Q)

3) Equatorial Guinea, 3 pts (-5).

4) Sudan, 0 pt (-7).

Comoros beat Malawi (2-1), qualified Morocco

The happiness of some is sometimes the happiness of others. The Comoros demonstrated on Saturday in Moroni, defeating Malawi (2-1): Coelacanthes, Ben Nabouhane (2nd) and Chamed (70th) goalscoring winners not only had the joy of winning the first success of those qualifiers , but also allowed Morocco to compile their ticket to the finals.

Just one win for the visitors could still prevent the Atlas Lions from doing so. If Phiri (53rd) gave Flames some time in the game, this equalization would not be enough.

The Group B Ranking:

1. Morocco, 10 pts (+5). (Q)

2. Shrimps, 8 pts (0).

3. Comores, 5 pts (-1).

4. Malawi, 4 pts (-4).

Mali wins in Gabon (0-1) and leaves their ticket

Mali qualified for CAN 2019 on Saturday in Libreville in favor of their win over Gabon (0-1), deprived of their striker and captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. It was Moussa Doumbia, the striker of the Reims stadium, who scored at the start of the game the only goal of the match (11).

With 11 points, the Eagles are guaranteed to finish in one of the top two places in Group C. As for the Panthers, they are forced to win in Burundi in March to qualify. A challenge compared to the level posted since the start of these playoffs.

The classification of group C:

Mali, 11 pts (+5). (Q)

2. Burundi, 9 pts (+6).

3. Gabon, 7 pts (+2).

4. South Sudan, 0 pt (-13).

Nigeria qualify for South Africa (1-1), Libya returns

South Africa and Nigeria drew 1-1 (Saturday) in Johannesburg as part of the fifth qualifying round of the CAN 2019. This result is more suited to qualified Super Eagles than Bafana Bafana who will have to avoid defeat in Libya. >> The complete meeting summary

The classification of group E:

1. Nigeria, 10 pts (+6). (Q)

2. South Africa, 9 pts (+8).

3. Libya, 7 pts (+6),

4. Seychelles, 1 pt (-20).

Uganda have Cape Verde (1-0) and return to the finals

Uganda finished work on Saturday on the occasion of the fifth qualifying round for the CAN 2019. Cape Verde winners (1-0) thanks to a goal by Patrick Kaddu (79th), the Cranes took the necessary points to ensure qualification.

They will play their second qualifying round next year, having been absent between 1978 and 2017. Tanzania should join them on Sunday in case of victory in Lesotho.

The provisional classification of group L:

1. Uganda, 13 pts (+5). (Q)

2. Tanzania, 5 pts (-1).

Cape Verde, 4 pts (-1).

4. Lesotho, 2 pts (-5).

Here are the top 9 qualifiers for CAN 2019:

1) Cameroon (I.e.

2) Madagascar (I.e.

3) Egypt (I.e.

4) Tunisia (I.e.

5) Senegal (I.e.

6) Morocco (I.e.

7) Nigeria (I.e.

8) Uganda (I.e.

9) Mali (I.e.

It should also be noted that several African teams also have the opportunity to validate their entry this Sunday, such as Burkina Faso, Algeria, Guinea, Côte d'Ivoire, Zimbabwe, R & D. Congo or Tanzania.

>> 2019 African Cup of Nations: Sunday program


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