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Wahbi Khazri penalty helps Tunisia defeat Libya

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Tunisia won their second game to open their World Cup qualifying group campaign with a 1-0 win over Libya in neutral territory in Algeria on Friday.

Ali Salama received his second booking in the 49th minute for bringing down Tunisia striker Taha Khenissi in the box.

Sunderland's Wahbi Khazri converted the penalty and Tunisia held on for the three points, keeping them atop Group A following their opening 2-0 win over Guinea.

 By Mark Gleeson

Gabon's sacking of Jorge Costa is history repeating itself in Africa

Gabon's coach head Jorge Costa makes a point from the sideline during their African Cup of Nations Group A soccer match against Equatorial Guinea in Bata, Equatorial Guinea, Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015.
Gabon sacked Jorge Costa just months before the African Nations Cup, a surprisingly common move from African federations.

The firing of Jorge Costa by Gabon just 70 days before they host the African Nations Cup continues a sorry tale of panicked and knee-jerk decision making by African football federations. Changing the coach so near to a major event is nothing new to the continent. But, sadly, it has rarely produced the desired results and on most occasions achieved little more than highlighting the foolhardiness of trigger-happy officials.

Gabon's new coach will be Jose Antonio Garrido, who does have some insider...

CAF World Cup qualifying: Algeria, Cameroon, Nigeria all drawn together

Nigeria celebrate
Nigeria face a stiff test to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.

Three of the five African teams at the 2014 World Cup have been drawn in the same group to qualify for the 2018 edition.

Only one of Algeria, Cameroon and Nigeria will play at the next tournament in Russia after the Confederation of African Football made the draw for five qualifying groups on Friday.

The three traditional powers were grouped with Zambia.

Just the group winners in all of five four-team pools will advance to the 32-team tournament in Russia.

Ivory Coast, who aim to reach their fourth...

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Cameroon beat Mauritania to qualify for African Nations Cup

Cameroon qualified for the 2017 African Nations Cup with a 1-0 win over Mauritania on Friday.

The Indomitable Lions will top qualifying Group M after Edgar Salli scored on the half-hour mark with a blast from the top of the box.

Cameroon will join Algeria and Morocco as finalists in Gabon next year.

Tunisia took the lead in Group A thanks to a 3-0 win at Djibouti.

Naim Sliti, Hamdi Harbaoui and Yassine Khenissi were on the scoresheet, who moved a point ahead of Liberia, who still...

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Nigeria lose to Egypt, fail to qualify for 2017 African Nations Cup

Mohamed Saleh and Egypt have eliminated Stanley Amuzie and Nigeria from next year's African Nations Cup.

Nigeria will not be competing at the 2017 African Nations Cup after losing 1-0 to Egypt on Tuesday.

Ramadan Sobhy took advantage of a missed clearance to put Egypt atop qualifying Group G at Borg El-Arab Stadium, where a longstanding ban on fans attending games in large numbers in Egypt was temporarily lifted.

Nigeria faced a must-win game after Chad withdrew from their group earlier this week. Under CAF's rules, all of Chad's previous results are thrown out, leaving Nigeria with just two points...