2018 World cup qualifiers begun with a bang in the African continent with several Cecafa teams registering positive results in the first legs of the preliminary stages.
Former Uganda Cranes coach Bobby Williamson earned his maiden Win in a Fifa recognized competition as Kenya’s coach as his side trampled over Mauritius in a seven goal thriller winning 5-2.
Ayub Timbe, viagra buy ed http://chemistsown.com.au/wp-admin/includes/admin-filters.php Gormahia duo of Harun Shakava and star striker Michael Olunga each got a goal as Belgium base Johanna Omollo capped the icing on the cake with a late brace. The two will face each other on Sunday 11th October with the winner setting a date with Cape Verde for a chance to enter group phase.
Tanzania 2-0 Malawi
TP Mazembe duo of Mbwana Samatta and Thomas Ulimwengu replicated their stupendous club form scoring a goal apiece in the space of four minutes minutes as the Taifa stars brushed aside Malawi heading into Sundays return leg with a two goal cushion.
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