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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ghana frustrated by Mozambique in ANC qualifying stalemate

Ghana head coach Avram Grant has been roundly criticised for not spending very much time in the country.
Avram Grant's side failed to take their opportunities against Mozambique.

Ghana were left to rue missed chances as they were held to a 0-0 Group H draw by a Mozambique side who earned their first point of the qualifying campaign.

Aston Villa striker Jordan Ayew failed to convert a close-range opportunity for Avram Grant's group leaders as the game approached its final 15 minutes, Leicester striker Jeffrey Schlupp fired wide and Ebenezer Assifuah powered a header off target.

But Ghana also had cause to be grateful to defender John Boye, who made fine interceptions to prevent hosts Mozambique from profiting when they got forward.

In Group E, Congo and Zambia drew 1-1, with both goals coming in the second half.

The result left the two sides level on six points, one behind new group leaders Guinea Bissau.

Jordan Massengo put Congo in front only two minutes after half-time, but they had to settle for a point when Winston Kalengo levelled after 72 minutes.

That enabled Guinea Bissau to go top after Mendes Suares scored a late and controversial goal that meant Kenya -- with just one point -- were eliminated from the competition.

Suares struck with nine minutes to go, although Kenya goalkeeper Arnold Origi claimed he had stopped the effort from crossing the line. The award of the goal sparked crowd anger, with play briefly stopped as missiles were thrown from the stands.

In Group D, Botswana beat Comoros 2-1 thanks to a Joel Mogorosi goal three minutes from time -- a result that means they can still qualify.

Comoros had taken the lead shortly before the break when Mchangama Youssouf struck, but Galabgwe Moyana levelled within moments of the restart.

West Bromwich Albion's Stephane Sessgnon scored twice for Benin as they won 4-1 at home to South Sudan and topped Group C.

Mickael Pote and Jodel Dossou were also on target for the hosts, while Atak Lual made history for South Sudan after 84 minutes when he scored their first away goal in an official competitive game.

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