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World Cup 2026 qualifiers: Tunisia continue perfect start, Curtis Davies scores

Written by on June 6, 2024

Meanwhile, former Premier League regular Curtis Davies scored his first international goal as Sierra Leone beat Djibouti 2-1 to secure their first win of Group A.

The 39-year-old, whose CV includes spells with Aston Villa, Birmingham City, Hull City and West Bromwich Albion, only made his debut for the Leone Stars in October.

It took just 12 minutes for the centre-back to give the Leone Stars an early lead in a ‘home’ match played in Morocco.

Gabriel Dadzie equalised for Djibouti from the penalty spot 10 minutes before the break, but a second half goal from Augustus Kargbo sealed the win for Sierra Leone, who now have four points from three matches.

Togo, who are looking to secure a second appearance at a World Cup after their 2006 qualification, were held at home by South Sudan in a 1-1 draw in Lome in Group B.

Khaled Narey’s opener for the hosts was cancelled out by an own goal from Roger Aholou.

Togo are fourth in Group B on three points – a point behind the joint leaders Senegal and Sudan who both play on Thursday.

Central African Republic enjoyed a 1-0 victory over Chad to maintain their challenge in Group I.

Venuste Baboula’s first half goal gave CAR a vital win in another match played in neutral Morocco.

The qualifiers continue on Thursday with 10 fixtures with Mali against Ghana one of the standout games in Group I as Otto Addo returns as Black Stars coach.

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