JOHANNESBURG, November 18 (Reuters) – Riyad Mahrez received two incredible awards with the former buzzards, and Algeria received a qualification for the Afghan Cup Cup last Sunday last Sunday, with Guinea, Mauritania and Ivory Coast also a & # 39; hunt in their places.
Mahrez beat twice during the half hour opening as Algeria, who won the mainland title in 1990, got into a three-way defeat of Togo before winning 4-1 to go to take part in Group D.
Mauritia obtained a certificate for her & # 39; first time from Group I when they came from a Botswana 2-1 stick goal in Nouakchott with Ismael Diakite receiving a 84 minute winner.
Gini was gaining a certificate without going to # 39; breaking a ball several hours before they played a HW team against Ivory Coast in Conakry when Rwanda and the Middle East Republic 2-2 attracted Kigali.
Then Guinea went on to win his team with a 1-1 picture against the Ivorians, who got the place. They had to qualify when Jean-Michael Seri was the first goal of Mohamed Yattara for his guests.
Burkina Faso, Tanzania and Zimbabwe all lost the capacity of the cottage. Burkina Faso 2-1 hit Angola while Captain Willam Jebor was in a position; The same goal was when Liberia Zimbabwe saw 1-0 in Monrovia.
Tanzania lost 1-0 away in Lesotho, who won an unusual international rival with headaches from the upper Nkau Lerotholi center.
The Zambia 2012 campaigns that were eliminated in the K Group when they dropped down in Maputo to Mozambique, 63 minutes Reginaldo loves to divide the two teams.
Jordan Ayew received twice as he and his brother Dede returned to the Ghana team for the first time in a year to help & # 39; affecting Ethiopia 2-0 away in Group F.
The division between Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo ended up 1-1 in Brazzaville, and # 39; Holding live opportunities in both Group G.
The top two teams in the 12 groups are only found by Group B who are experiencing including a contest that has already been chosen and will bring Cameroon to him, where Morocco has ensured that there is one.
The Egyptians, Madagascar, Senegal and Tunisia were all replaced last month and Mali, Morocco, Nigeria and Uganda were added to the Saturday list.
The rest of the 24-crew line will be determined in the & # 39; last round of competence in March. (Reciting Mark Gleeson: Editing by Christian Radnedge)