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The African World Cup qualifiers witnessed a day of thrilling encounters and shocking upsets, as teams battled for a spot in the prestigious tournament.

The results have left fans and pundits alike reeling, as the qualifying campaign takes a dramatic turn.

In a stunning turn of events, Benin pulled off a 2-1 victory over heavyweight Nigeria, leaving the Super Eagles reeling. The Squirrels of Benin showed remarkable resilience and determination, capitalizing on Nigeria’s defensive lapses to secure a historic win.

Guinea-Bissau held Egypt to a 1-1 draw, a result that will be seen as a major upset considering the Pharaohs’ impressive recent form. The Djurtus of Guinea-Bissau showed remarkable organization and defensive solidity, frustrating Egypt’s attacking prowess.

Uganda pushed Algeria to the limit, ultimately succumbing 2-1. The Cranes of Uganda showed remarkable spirit and determination, but were undone by Algeria’s clinical finishing.

Ghana edged Central African Republic 4-3 in a goal-filled encounter, with the Black Stars showing their attacking flair. The Wild Beasts of Central African Republic gave Ghana a run for their money, but ultimately fell short.

Burkina Faso shared the spoils with Sierra Leone in a 2-2 stalemate, a result that will be seen as a missed opportunity for both teams. The Stallions of Burkina Faso and the Leone Stars of Sierra Leone showed moments of brilliance, but ultimately failed to capitalize on their chances.

Mozambique emerged victorious with a 1-0 win over Guinea, a result that will be seen as a major upset considering Guinea’s recent form. The Mambas of Mozambique showed remarkable defensive solidity, frustrating Guinea’s attacking efforts.

Equatorial Guinea secured a hard-fought 1-0 win against Malawi, with the National Thunder showing remarkable determination and grit. The Flames of Malawi pushed Equatorial Guinea to the limit, but ultimately fell short.

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Botswana cruised to a 3-1 triumph over Somalia, with the Zebras showing their attacking flair. The Ocean Stars of Somalia showed moments of brilliance, but were ultimately outclassed by Botswana’s superior firepower.

These results have thrown the qualifying campaign wide open, with teams still vying for a chance to represent Africa on the global stage. The road to Qatar just got a lot more interesting, and fans can’t wait to see what the next round of matches has in store.

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