Picture : Michael Olunga, one of the IFFHS World's Best International Goalscorers 2021, scored one goal more for Kenya .
Gabon lose valuable point at home as Round-2,Day-2 CAF Qatar 2022 qualifiers begins.
Host country, Gabon took the lead when forward, Jim Allevinah found the net at Stade de Franceville 73 minutes into their Group-F date with Egypt, one man down after Omar Gaber had taken a red card 2 minutes earlier. And just when the hosts were heading for celebrations, forward, Mostafa Mohammed hit target on 90 minutes to put fulltime scores at 1-1.
A second draw was registered at Stade Régional Nyamirambo, Kigali when hosts, Rwanda played to a 1-1 draw with their Group-E mates, Kenya. Kenya forward, Michael Olunga raised the curtains on 9 minutes but defender, Abdul Rwatubyaye equalized 11 minutes later to close the day on a draw.
Namibia travelled to Lomé where they piped hosts, Togo, 1-0 in their Group-H encounter at Stade de Kegué. The lone goal was credited forward player, Elmo Kambindu.
Round-2, Day-2 of the CAF Qatar 2022 qualifiers continues on Monday with 6 matches on schedule. Meanwhile, a FIFA-CAF decision has postponed indefinitely, the Guinea versus Morocco game initially scheduled for Monday in Conakry following security concerns after the country’s government was overthrown Sunday in a military coup.