We recap the talking points from the latest World Cup qualifiers in Africa, as some of the continent's heavyweights took major steps towards Qatar.
Leon Balogun reflects on Nigeria's performances -- and his own -- in back-to-back World Cup qualifiers against Central African Republic.
An early own goal handed South Africa a win over Ethiopia, while Senegal and Morroco booked spots into the next phase of World Cup qualifying.
Ivory Coast kept their noses in front of rivals Cameroon in the battle for top place in their World Cup qualifying group as both countries won.
Nigeria gained revenge over the Central African Republic with a 2-0 win while Tunisia moved closer to winning their group in World Cup qualifying.
Morocco and Senegal moved to within one victory of advancing to the last phase of African World Cup qualifying after wins on Saturday.
Nigeria's shock 1-0 loss to Central African Republic in World Cup qualifying has put Gernot Rohr's job as Super Eagles coach in immediate peril.
Algeria defeat Niger- 6-1, and Cameroon, Egypt and Ivory Coast also record important victories as the group phase of World Cup qualifying continues.
Nigeria suffered a humiliating home defeat in World Cup qualification on Thursday as the Central African Republic struck late.
Morocco romped to a 5-0 home win over Guinea Bissau in Rabat on Wednesday in World Cup qualifying.
We tackle some of the big questions and the key talking points ahead of Game Days 3 and 4 of African World Cup qualifying round two.
Guinea have been forced to move their next home matches in World Cup qualifiers after the country's coup d'etat.
In August, Gernot Rohr officially became the longest-serving Nigeria coach, and says his next target is to again qualify for the FIFA World Cup.
Nigeria striker Ahmed Musa celebrated becoming the third Super Eagle to record 100 international caps last week. And then FIFA removed two of them.
We experienced a fascinating start to round two of Africa's World Cup qualifying campaign. ESPN reviews the big talking points.
Nigeria, Senegal and Tunisia remain on track for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar as round two of Africa's group preliminaries concluded on Tuesday.
Ivory Coast striker Sebastien Haller netted both goals to secure a 2-1 home win over Cameroon while South Africa scored late to beat Ghana.
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