Already qualified for CAN 2019, Senegal and Mali finished high-level qualifications this Saturday before finishing on Tuesday in a friendly match. The two neighbors settled peacefully against Madagascar (2: 0) and South Sudan (3: 0).
At the Lat Dior Stadium in Thies, the Lions had easy Malaga (2-0) who had already confirmed their CAN ticket. Ideally launched by his teammate Rennes Ismail Sarra, Mbaie Niang logically opened points by winning his duel against Dabo (1: 0, 27). After a good deal from Guei, who also found a free-kick, Niang returned him in the second half to give him a double kick in the pivot (2-0, 56). Former Milan denotes its territory as CAN approaches. Pay attention to Nimes Now Thiouba's first coat, which came in 86 minutes.
Zero points for South Sudan
The Malian side, despite the absence of a man in the form of a moment, Moussa Marega, suspended, and the leaders of Iacouba Silla, Salif Coulibali or Molla Vague, were not detained, the Eagles did not have a problem to free South Sudan, but eliminated, and hardly won the result 3: 0 in Bamako. Holanđanin Kalifa Coulibali (16th) and Standard Liege Moussa Djenepo (27th) perfectly launched the people of Mohamed Magassouba.
Then Orleanais Adama Traore (former TP Mazembe) added an account in the last minute of his service … Adame Traore, his monk (loaned to Cercle Brugge). Like Senegal, Mali is obviously the leader of a qualification group. A young selection, South Sudan ends with a sad record of 0 points per hour, which is the worst result of all the players in all groups together.
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Little. В. Sud Sudan: 11 start.
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Final classification of group A: Senegal 16 points (Qualified), Madagascar 10 points (Qualified), Equatorial Guinea 6 points (eliminated), Sudan 3 points (eliminated)
Final classification of group C: Mali 14 points (Qualified), Burundi 10 points (Qualified), Gabon 8 points (eliminated), South Sudan 0pt (eliminated)