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Shalulile Misses Penalty, As Chiefs Star Ends WCQ On A High

Namibia 0-1 Togo 

Namibia completed their World Cup qualifying effort with a 1-0 misfortune against Togo at Orlando Stadium on Monday. 

Peter Shalulile saw his spot-kick tipped into the post by goalkeeper Wassiou Ouro-Gneni not long before the half-time break while he couldn't change over on the bounce back. 

Euloge Placca in the long run grabbed the champ for the Sparrowhawks two minutes before time, as they completed in runner up in Group G, three focuses in front of Namibia, who finished in third. 

Kenya 2-1 Rwanda 

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Anthony Akumu was in the line-up for Kenya, who guaranteed a 2-1 triumph over Rwanda at Nyayo National Stadium. 

Michael Olunga got an early opener for the hosts in the third moment and Richard Odada multiplied their lead in the fifteenth moment from the punishment spot. 

Olivier Niyonzima pulled an objective back for the Wasps in the 66th moment yet the Harambee Stars clutched their first success, as they completed third in Group E while Rwanda completed winless and at the base. 

Niger 7-2 Djibouti 

Niger completed their Group A mission on a high note in the wake of destroying Djibouti 7-2 with Victorien Adebayor scoring a full go-around at Stade General Seyni Kountche. 

Adebayor's full go-around was supplemented by a support from Issa Djibrilla, while Mohamed Wonkoye and Daniel Sosah were additionally on the scoresheet for the widespread hosts. 

Youssouf Abdi Ahmed and Yabe Siad Isman scored two relief objectives for Djibouti. 

Niger completed in third spot with seven focuses while Djibouti lost every one of their games and completed lower part of the segment. 

Guinea-Bissau 0-0 Sudan 

Sudan completed their mission in Group I winless subsequent to playing to a goalless draw with Guinea-Bissau at Stade de Marrakech. 

Thus, Guinea-Bissau climbed to second place with six focuses, two focuses above Guinea who visit previously qualified and invulnerable Morocco in their keep going game on Tuesday evening. 

In the mean time, Sudan completed lower part of the segment with three focuses.


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