Morocco and Rwanda qualify for the quarter-finals of the African Cup

Today, Morocco and Rwanda won their third games in Group C, and reached the quarter-finals of the African Football Cup, which will be held against Cameroon.

In the Al-Tawhid Stadium in Douala, the Moroccan national team secured the first place in the region (7 points), after defeating its Ugandan counterpart 5-2 (1).

Ayoub Al Kaabi (from penalty kick), Sofiane Rahimi (2), Hamzah Al-Mousawi and goalkeeper Charles Lukwajo against their fencing for the winning team, according to a Flashscore report.

The goals of Uganda that were eliminated were the work of Ibrahim Orit and Said Keon.

Meanwhile, the Rwandan team, at Omnisport Stadium in Limbe, broke a record of incompetence, and from now on, qualified for the next stage after beating Togo 3-2.

The Rwandan side, who cut a series of nine international players without diversion (their previous goal was 1-1 against Ethiopia in October 2019), won goals by Olivier Nyonzima, Jacques Twizenji and Ernst Sugeri. Many scored by Togo Lindotti Nani and Balali Akuro.

The qualifying phase for Zone D will be culminated tomorrow with the third-match matches between Namibia (0) – Zambia (4) and Tanzania (3) – Guinea (4).

(Telam)

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