Rabat - Despite missing a second-half penalty, Sudan has managed to beat Guinea on Sunday in the African Nations Championship (CHAN 2018) in Casablanca.
Rabat – Despite missing a second-half penalty, Sudan has managed to beat Guinea on Sunday in the African Nations Championship (CHAN 2018) in Casablanca.
Omar Suleiman of Sudan opened the scoring for his team at the 20-minute mark, but Guinea’s Sekou Camara netted an equalizer in the second stanza. Sudan’s Maki Saifeldin missed a penalty kick at the 65-minute mark, but was able to compensate ten minutes later as he scored the winning goal for his team in Group A.
Sudan occupies the second position in the CHAN 2018 standing table after Morocco in Group A. Both teams have three points, while Mauritania and Guinea remain pointless.
Marrakech’s stadium gathered together today Namibia and Cote d’Ivoire at 4:30 p.m. local time. Namibia managed to secure a solo goal against the Ivorian team after a tough match. The goal was netted in the 90-minute mark by Namibia’s defender Vetunuavi Hambira with a header. Namibia is topping the list with 3 points in Group B.
Zambia and Uganda are currently playing in Marrakech’s stadium. The teams were placed in Group B with Namibia and Cote d’Ivoire. Zambia was the first to score at the 38-minute mark by Lazarus Kambole.Two minutes later, Uganda managed to score a fabulous equalizer against its opponent. Augustine Mulenga scored the second goal for Zambia at the 63-minute mark, while the winning goal for Zambia was scored by Fackson Kapumbu at the 72-minute of the game.
Group C’ teams will face each other on Monday. Libya will battle Equatorial Guinea at 4:30 p.m., while Nigeria and Rwanda will play at 7:30 p.m. Group C squads will play their games in Tangier’s stadium.