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Nine goals were scored as African teams resumed their CAF FIFA World Cup African qualifiers on Wednesday,

Recap of Wednesday’s Africa World Cup qualifiers

On Wednesday, June 5th, African teams returned to the CAF FIFA World Cup 2026 African qualifiers to secure a spot at the global event. A total of nine goals were scored in the intense matches.

Togo and South Sudan shared the spoils in Lome, while the Central African Republic defeated Chad 1-0 in Morocco. Namibia played a 1-1 draw against Liberia in Johannesburg, while Tunisia narrowly defeated Equatorial Guinea 1-0 and Sierra Leone rallied to a 2-1 victory over Djobouti’s Sharks.

Sierra Leone 2-1 Djibouti

Goals: C. Davies 12’, Augustus. Kargbo 51’ / G. Dadzie (penalty) 35’

Sierra Leone faced a tough match against Djibouti, ultimately securing a 2-1 victory. The game saw goals from Curtis Davies and Augustus Kargbo for Sierra Leone and a penalty goal by Guirehanta Dadzie for Djibouti.

Togo 1-1 South Sudan

Goals: K. Narey 61/ R. Aholou (own goal) 68’

Togo was held to a 1-1 draw at home by South Sudan. Khaled Narey gave Togo the lead in the 61st minute, but Roger Aholou’s own goal in the 68th minute levelled the score, earning South Sudan a point. With this result, Togo is fourth in Group B, with South Sudan in fifth.

Central African Republic 1-0 Chad

Goal: V. Baboula 29’

Geoffrey Kondogbia’s goal in the 29th minute secured a 1-0 victory for the Central African Republic over Chad, moving them to third place in the group, while Chad remains at the bottom.

Namibia 1-1 Liberia

Goals: T. Karuuombe 8/ T. Sackor 65’

Namibia’s early lead, courtesy of Tijpe Karuuombe’s goal in the 8th minute, was cancelled out by Tonia Tisdell Sackor’s goal in the 65th minute, resulting in a 1-1 draw between Namibia and Liberia.

Tunisia 1-0 Equatorial Guinea

On Wednesday, Tunisia continued their perfect start to the 2026 World Cup qualifying campaign with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Equatorial Guinea in Tunis

In a closely contested Group H match at the Hammadi Al-Aqrabi Stadium, Mohamed Ali Ben Ramadan’s 82nd-minute penalty made the difference as the Carthage Eagles secured their third consecutive win.

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