Madagascar blazes to the top of Group I

Edwin  - CEO June 7, 2024
Updated 2024/06/08 at 3:07 PM
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Image credit: Getty Images/CAFonline
Image credit: Getty Images/CAFonline

Les Baréa post a resounding victory over Comoros


Image credit: CAFonline


Madagascar has taken the lead in Group I on the 2026 World Cup qualifiers for Africa, thanks to the victory over Comoros on Friday, ahead of their opponents of the day and Ghana, who won 2-1 against Mali the day before, CAFonline reports.


Angola 1-0 Eswatini


One should not have arrived late at the November 11 Stadium in Luanda. As early as the 2nd minute, the iconic Mabulu gave the advantage to the Palancas Negras.


An advantage that Pedro Gonçalves’ men would maintain until the end of the match.


Thanks to this victory, the Angolans are now the runners-up to Libya in Group D.


Madagascar 2-1 Comoros


The return of the Malagasy. Previously second-to-last in Group I, the Malagasy have just made a great comeback and are now in 1st place, thanks to their 2-0 victory over Comoros.


With a brace from Rayan Raveloson, the Barea have revived their qualifying campaign.


Uganda 1-0 Botswana


Until the 74th minute, both teams were evenly matched. Then came the goal from Muhammad Shaban.


The Ugandans thus grab their second victory in this qualifying campaign and move closer to Algeria and Guinea, the top duo of Group G.



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