Sudan, Super Eagles of Nigeria Group D opponent at this year’s AFCON, played a 0-0 draw with Zimbabwe in a friendly game played in Yaounde, Cameroon on Sunday.
Before the weekend’s game, Sudan had lost their last four games.
And in their last five encounters, they have conceded 13 goals and scored just two goals.
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Both Sudan and Zimbabwe used the warm up fixture to prepare for the 2021 AFCON.
Sudan will take on Guinea-Bissau in their opening Group D game on January 11.
The 1970 AFCON winners will also face Egypt and Nigeria.
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Conceded 13 and scored two.
What are they doing in afcon?