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2022 African World Cup qualifiers results & scorers (preliminary round, 2nd leg)

Follow Ahram Online's coverage of the preliminary round of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup (8- September)

Ahram Online , Tuesday 10 Sep 2019
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Sunday 8 September 

Lesotho 1-1 Ethiopia (0-0)
Scorers: Tsepo Seturumane 56 / Nkau Lerotholi 51og
Ethiopia advance to the groupstage

Tanzania 1-1 (3-0 pen) Burundi (1-1)
Tanzania advance to the groupstage

Equatorial Guinea 1-0 South Sudan (1-1)
Equatorial Guinea advance to the groupstage

Sierra Leone 1-0 Liberia (1-3)
Scorers: Kei Ansu Kamara 55
Liberia advance to the groupstage

Tuesday 10 September 

Malawi 1-0 Botswana (0-0)
Scorer: Junior 81 pen
Malawi advance to the groupstage

Eswatini 0-0 Djibouti (1-2)
Djibouti advance to the groupstage

Zimbabwe 3-1 Somalia (0-1)
Scorers: Munetsi 77, Muskwe 86, Billiat 90/ Mohamed 85
Zimbabwe advance to the groupstage 

Mozambique 2-0 Mauritius (1-0)
Scorers: Bauque 6, Catamo 77 pen
Mozambique advance to the groupstage

Angola 2-1 Gambia (1-0)
Scorers: Geraldo 41, Abreu 68/ Ceesay 65
Angola advance to the groupstage

Rwanda 7-0 Seychelles (3-0)
Scorers: Bizimana 16, Kagere 28, 51, Tuyisenge 29, 34, Mukunzi 58, Hakizimana 80
Rwanda advance to the groupstage 

Togo 2-0 Comoros (1-1)
Scorers: M'Dahoma 10 O.G, Sunu 71
Togo advance to the groupstage 

Guinea-Bissau 2-1 Sao Tome (1-0)
Scorers: Mendes 66, 77/ Iniesta 11
Guinea-Bissau advance to the groupstage

Sudan 0-0 Chad (3-1)
Sudan advance to the groupstage

Namibia 2-0 Eritrea (2-1)
Scorers: Limbondi 25, Shalulile 90
Namibia advance to the groupstage

* First leg results between brackets

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