Central African Republic humble Madagascar in AFCON qualifiers

Central African Republic humble Madagascar in AFCON qualifiers

On Thursday afternoon, Central African Republic humbled Madagascar after cruising to a comfortable victory during their Africa Cup of Nations qualifying clash at the Mahamacina Municipal Stadium.Central African Republic humble Madagascar in AFCON qualifiers

A 28-year-old striker, Louis Mafouta, scored a brace in the Central African Republic’s 3-0 away victory against Madagascar in the AFCON Group E, Round 3 match in Madagascar.

Louis Mafouta’s brace scored in the 45th minute of the first half and the 79th minute of the second half guaranteed the Central African Republic their first maximum point and second place in Group E with 4 points and a two-goal advantage.

Central African Republic took the lead in the 36th minute of the first half with a goal scored by Isaac Ngoma, a 20-year-old striker who plays for Prison Leopards, CAR. 

The Black Stars of Ghana, who are leading Group E with 4 points after 2 rounds of matches, will play Angola later today in the second match of the group.

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