Group A: Morocco, Sudan Move On

Elizabeth MOSIMA | 19-01-2018 12:12

After two games both teams have secured their places in the second round of the competition.

Morocco and Sudan have qualified for the quarter finals of the ongoing 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Morocco. Playing at the Mohamed V Stadium in Casablanca, both sides have recorded six points each after two playing days thus easing their way to the second round of the tournament.

In their first game Morocco beat Mauritania 4-0 to secure the top spot in Group A. In the second playing day, Morocco beat Guinea 3-1. Morocco’s goals were scored by El Kaabi.

He now has a total of five goals in the competition after just two games which equal the highest number of goals scored by a player in a CHAN tournament. Sudan on their part beat the Sily National of Guinea, 2-1 in their second outing on Wednesday January 17, 2018. In their first game they beat Mauritania 1-0.

After the first two outings host country Morocco occupies the first position in Group A with six points and Sudan is second with six points as well. Both teams are separated by goal difference.

Morocco has scored a total of seven goals with a six goal difference while Sudan has three goals and a two goal difference. Both Guinea and Mauritania have zero points each.

The last Group A games have been billed for Sunday, January 21, 2018. Morocco will play against Sudan at the Mohamed V Stadium in Casablanca to decide the pool winners.

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