World Cup Qualifiers : Latest results

Victor Moses of Nigeria evades challenge from Didier Zokora of Ivory Coast during the 2013 Orange Africa Cup of Nations Quarter-Final soccer match, Ivory Coast Vs Nigeria at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg, South Africa on February 3, 2013. Photo by Sports Inc/PA Photos/ABACAPRESS.COM Copyright -Orange / Photo Christian Liewig
Saturday's games of the World Cup Qualifiers in the African zone were not full of goals, however, we had the pleasure to see an outstanding show.

DR Congo won the first game against Libya with a large score (4-0). The Congolese national team guaranteed therefore a brilliant start thanks to Mbokani who scored two goals yesterday.

The game between Morocco and Gabon ended on a (0-0) draw. On the other hand, Ivory Coast made a great come-back against Mali and won the match with a (3-1) score.

Senegal showed also a great performance against Cap Verde and succeeded to win its first game with a score of (2-0).

Until now, here are the results of the played matches :

Ghana vs Uganda : 0-0

DR Congo vs Libya : 4-0

Gabon vs Morocco : 0-0

Ivory Coast vs Mali : 3-1

Senegal vs Cap Verde : 2-0

South Africa vs Burkina Faso : 1-1
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Man Utd : Rashford va mieux

L'attaquant de Manchester United, qui souffre du dos, a donné des nouvelles rassurantes.
Les dernières nouvelles au sujet de Marcus Rashford étaient inquiétantes. Touché au dos lors d'un match de Cup face à Wolverhampton avec les Red Devils, l'international anglais a beaucoup progressé dans sa convalescence. Il affirme d'ailleurs se sentir "dix fois mieux" dans un entretien à Sky Sports. Rashford explique aussi comment il vit le confinement.

"Je lis des livres, je regarde Netflix"


« Chacun fait face du mieux possible aux circonstances. Je suis mon programme de rééducation chez moi, je lis des livres, je regarde Netflix et je fais ce que je peux pour que le temps passe plus vite. », raconte l'attaquant anglais, qui explique notamment pratiquer le vélo d'appartement.

Man Utd : Rashford va mieux

L'attaquant de Manchester United, qui souffre du dos, a donné des nouvelles rassurantes.
Les dernières nouvelles au sujet de Marcus Rashford étaient inquiétantes. Touché au dos lors d'un match de Cup face à Wolverhampton avec les Red Devils, l'international anglais a beaucoup progressé dans sa convalescence. Il affirme d'ailleurs se sentir "dix fois mieux" dans un entretien à Sky Sports. Rashford explique aussi comment il vit le confinement.

"Je lis des livres, je regarde Netflix"


« Chacun fait face du mieux possible aux circonstances. Je suis mon programme de rééducation chez moi, je lis des livres, je regarde Netflix et je fais ce que je peux pour que le temps passe plus vite. », raconte l'attaquant anglais, qui explique notamment pratiquer le vélo d'appartement.

Le PSG sur un jeune espoir de Liga

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D'après une indiscrétion de l'Equipe, le PSG surveille un jeune espoir de l'Atlético Madrid de 17 ans. Milieu polyvalent, Javier Serrano est sous contrat jusqu'en 2022 avec les Colchoneros. Un prodige qui s'entraîne souvent avec les pros de l'Atlético comme le précise le quotidien. Paris pense à lui pour renforcer son équipe des moins de 19 ans dans un premier temps.


Une clause de 26M€


Si le montant de sa clause libératoire culmine à 26 millions d'euros, son prix devrait être bien inférieur. L'Equipe affirme que son profil évoque celui du jeune batave Xavi Simons. Le journal ajoute que Paris est loin d'être seul sur le dossier de ce joueur prometteur.


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Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari has tested negative to COVID-19. This comes as his Chief of Staff Abba Kyari tested positive for the disease.

Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari has tested negative to COVID-19. This comes as his Chief of Staff Abba Kyari tested positive for the disease. The test was carried out on the President on Monday by the Nigeria Centre for Disease and Control (NCDC).

However, fears are emanating that the Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari who has tested positive for the dreaded coronavirus disease may have transmitted the virus to more people including Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi, Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, Special Assistant to the President on Media, Garba Shehu; Minister of Special Duties, George Akume; Minister of State for FCT, Ramatu Tijani; Geoffrey Onyeama, and other dignitaries and visitors at the prayers held on March 17th, 2020 for the deceased mother of the Kogi State Governor.

Kyari who represented President Buhari at an event, had traveled to Germany in March 7th where he he held meetings with Siemens group on the Nigeria electricity expansion programme.

It is presumed he probably contracted the disease, from there. He returned on March 14th, three days before he attended the Fidau prayer.

The cheif of staff submitted himself voluntarily for testing and was informed of his status on Monday. He has since then gone into isolation and treatment.

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