The cranes were shocked by the two arrivals who were beaten by the Atlas Lions in the opening match
Rwanda was able to come out with one point against the defending champions Morocco, West, sunset During a match in the African Nations Championship on Friday.
This point could be vital to Amafope especially afterwards Uganda He fell 2–1 to Togo in the other group C match. Rwanda was able to frustrate the defending champions, who now have four points, as they claimed a 1–0 victory over Claude Le Roy’s side.
She left the Atlas Lions to regret the opportunities that Waleed Al-Karti and Ayoud Al-Kaabi had missed in the first half. The East African team, which followed a defensive approach, created one open opportunity, but the strike of Hajjeri Hakizimana was countered over the crossbar by Moroccan Anas Ziniti, who did not undergo major tests to deal with him in the better part of the match.
Rwanda goalkeeper Olivier Koizira had to be vigilant to deny Moroccan Kaabi a penalty seven minutes after resuming the second half as the reigning champions put more pressure.
The Sparrowhawks, who made their tournament debut, came second after their first 2–1 victory over the Cecafa Champions.
Meanwhile, a special goal from Paul Mboua in the 48th minute contributed to a big win for LeRoy Cameroon. Uganda was not disappointed by the goal as they equalized three minutes later when Saeedi Keon scored a classic goal.
Togo fought back and regained the lead when Yindotti Nani defeated the ball from about 20 yards from Charles Lukwaju in a Uganda goal in the 57th minute.
While Morocco maintained the top of the standings despite a goalless draw against Rwanda, Togo ranked second with three points, while Uganda ranked last with only one point.
And Frank Doughty, Togo’s assistant coach, claimed the victory was historic for his players.
“A historic and satisfying victory for our young players,” Dutt said. Kav Online. “We got the three points with great goals and great football.
“I thank the group for their ability to respond. The result shows us that we can achieve a positive result against Morocco. Now the appetite comes with the food, we must not stop at this good point.”
“It will be a group final against Rwanda. We have to play with our values to win again and get an exciting qualification.”
The next crucial matches of Group C will be played on Tuesday.