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W/Cup Qualies: How Algeria spelt Djibouti with goals in Blida

Algeria win big

 

African Champions Algeria appear to be carrying their nations cup form into the world cup qualifiers as they made mincemeat of shoremen of the Red Sea of Djibouti in the qualifiers Thursday.

The Desert Warriors practically went on rampage scoring 8 un-replied goals at the Stade Mustapha Tchaker (El Bouleïda (Blida), a typical one sided encounter from every perspective. Led by Manchester city ace Riyad Mahrez who scored the winning goal at the last  nations Cup final in Egypt, the Desert Warriors began the party as early as the 5th minute thanks to I.Slimani who ended up scoring four goals at the last count including a 25th minute penalty.

Mahrez himself was equally on target in the 67th minute. The results earns the warriors the record of scoring the highest number of goals in set of  matches played so far.

Other African qualifiers played between Wednesday and Thursday this week ended with maximum of two goals victory, will there be a change as seven matches including Eagles versus Lone stars of Liberia lined up today?

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Some of the heavy weight matches today according to soccer fans include Black Stars against Walia ibex of Ethiopia, Indomitable Lions of Cameroon against Flames of Malawi and Elephants of Cote d Ivoire against Os Mambas of Mozambique.

All the results so far:

Central African Republic 1 – 1Cape Verde Islands

Senegal 2 – 0 Togo

Guinea-Bissau 1 – 1 Guinea

Mali 1 – 0 Rwanda

Egypt 1 – 0 Angola

Libya 2 – 1 Gabon

Kenya 0 – 0 Uganda

Congo DR 1 – 1 Tanzania

Niger 0 – 2 Burkina Faso

Namibia 1 – 1 Congo

Madagascar 0 – 1 Benin

Algeria 8 – 0 Djibouti

Morocco 2 – 0 Sudan

 

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