World Cup qualifiers.. Sudan lost.. Algeria stumbled

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Tuesday 7 September 2021

11:29 PM

Guinea-Bissau beat its Sudanese host 4-2 today, Tuesday, in the second round of the group nine matches of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Guinea-Bissau’s goals came with the signing of Piketty (two goals), Frederic Mendy and Mama Balde in the eighth, 11th, 39th and 82nd minutes.

Mohamed Abdel Rahman scored Sudan’s two goals in the 55th and 90th minutes.

The win raised Guinea-Bissau’s tally to four points in the lead, while Sudan remained without a score in the last place.

The Burkina Faso team imposed a 1-1 draw on its guest Algeria in the match that brought them together, today, Tuesday, at the Grand Marrakech Stadium in Morocco, at the end of the second round of Group A matches in the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The two teams raised their score to 4 points, but the Algerian team, which reached its 29th match unbeaten, leads by goal difference after its landslide victory in the first round over Djibouti 8 / zero, while Burkina Faso beat the Niger team, which is in third place, on Monday, with a double. Footed Djibouti 4/1.

Sofian Feghouli, the Turkish player of Galatasaray, advanced to the Algerian team in the 18th minute, but Abdoul Faysal Tabsoba equalized for Burkina Faso in the 64th minute.

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