Cameroon! wins first three points after defeating Burundi!

Cameroon! defeated Burundi 1-0 in the second round of Group C qualifications for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations in Côte d’Ivoire today, Thursday.

In the 30th minute of the game, Karl Toko Ekambi scored the game’s only goal.

Kenyan national team expelled from the group by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), which followed the International Federation (FIFAdecision )’s to expel the Kenyan Football Association owing to political meddling.

Cameroon won the group’s first three points, which also included Namibia.

Cameroon overcame Burundi with a goal in the second round of qualifiers for the African Cup of Nations 2023, which took place today, Thursday.

After a flawless free kick from outside the penalty area, Karl Toko Ekambi scored the game-winning goal for his country in the 30th minute.

The Cameroonian squad attempted to improve the score with a second goal,

but it fell short of Burundi’s goal.

Burundi chose the national stadium in Tanzania to hold their qualifying matches after rejecting enough Burundian stadiums

for failing to meet the requirements.

Watch the one goal of win of Cameroon!!

So, Cameroon now leads the group with three points, while Burundi‘s balance has come to a halt in second place, followed by Namibia.

Finally, After Kenya removed government interference from the sport, only three teams remain in the group.


Cameroon defeated Burundi 0-1 today, Thursday, in the second round of the group round of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifications in Cote d’Ivoire,

which took place at the National Stadium in Burundi.

Cameroon has scored.
Karl Toko Ekambi of Cameroon scored the game’s first goal in the 30th minute.

Group order
Cameroon leads the group with three points, followed by Burundi with one point and Namibia with one point,

with only three teams in the group as Kenya was sent out by FIFA.

Egypt and Ethiopia Ihab Galal, coach of the Egyptian national football team,

announced his squad to face Ethiopia, which was scheduled to start at 6 pm today,

Thursday, at Bingo International Stadium, in the Malawian capital,

Egypt’s national team lineup
The Egyptian national team versus Ethiopia made up of the following players:

Muhammad Abu Jabal is the goalkeeper.

Ayman Ashraf, Mahmoud Alaa, Mahmoud Hamdi Al Wensh, and Omar Jaber make up the defence.

Imam Ashour – Amr Al-Sulayya – Majdi Afsha in the middle.

Omar Marmoush, Mustafa Mohamed, and Ahmed Sayed Zizou are the attackers.

The fourth group is ranked.

Finally, Malawi leads Group D with three points, a goal differential over Egypt, which has the same score, after defeat of Guinea in the first round with a clean sheet, and then defeating Ethiopia 2-1.

So, The beIN Sports network, which has the exclusive right to broadcast the CAN qualifiers, has chosen Hafid Draghi, a well-known Algerian pundit, to comment on the match.

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