Morocco capitalised on a poor goalkeeping performance from Kossi Agassa to beat Togo 3-1 in Group C at the African Nations Cup.
The Lions, who secured their first points of the competition having lost to DR Congo in their opener, were behind early on after Mathieu Dossevi's brilliant opener.
However, they were level after 14 minutes as Agassa failed to collect a routine corner, leaving Aziz Bouhaddouz to head in, before Romain Saiss added a second.
Agassa then failed to keep out a speculative long-range...
Junior Kabananga scored the only goal as 10-man DR Congo claimed a hard-fought 1-0 win over Morocco in their African Nations Cup opener in Oyem.
After a build-up blighted by off-field issues, DR Congo dug deep and snatched victory after Kabananga pounced on a goalkeeping error on 55 minutes.
Substitute Joyce Lomalisa was sent off for a second bookable offence nine minutes from time and Gabriel Zakuani also limped through the latter stages but Florent Ibenge's side held on.
An opening Group C victory...
Sofiane Boufal has withdrawn from Morocco's African Nations Cup squad after suffering an injury in training.
Boufal, 23, picked up the unspecified injury at Morocco's training camp in the United Arab Emirates and, according to SFR Sport, will be sidelined for up to a month.
"Sofiane Boufal has left the camp in Al Ain after examination of his injury showed he would not be capable of playing at the African Nations Cup," a Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) statement read.
The FRMF said it would...
Longtime MLS journeyman Mehdi Ballouchy has called it a career.
New York City FC announced on Friday that the 33-year-old Moroccan has retired following a decade-long professional career.
The Casablanca-born midfielder spent the last two seasons with NYCFC, appearing in 23 league games. He also spent time with Real Salt Lake, Colorado Rapids, New York Red Bulls and Vancouver Whitecaps after being taken second overall in the 2006 MLS Superdraft.
Ballouchy attended Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska...