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Tiny Comoros Make History, Qualify For First Ever AFCON

Tiny Comoros Make History, Qualify For First Ever AFCON

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Comoros will make their debut at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt after they were held to a 0-0 draw by Togo at Stade Omnisports de Malouzini on Thursday afternoon, reports Completesports.com.

Les Coelacantes currently top Group G with nine points from five games.

Amir Abdou’s side are yet to taste defeat in the qualifiers, with two wins and three draws.

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Former African champions Egypt will face Kenya in the other Group G game later on Thursday.

Comoros will travel away to Egypt next week Monday for their last game in the qualifiers.

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WORDPRESS: 5
  • Omo, see the tummy of this guys.. Lol see how huge they are, am still trying to figure out whether they are footballers or rugby players.. Lol just kidding though..

     
  • Jones 3 weeks ago

    What’s with the ‘tiny’ Comoros tag

     
  • pompei 3 weeks ago

    Lol, a team that is undefeated in a group that includes Egypt, Togo and Kenya. They may look tiny on paper, but when you face them on the pitch, you will see that they are not as tiny as you think!

     
    • Dr. Drey 3 weeks ago

      Hehehehehe… Im sure all their opponents in the group were also referring to them as “tiny” until, right beneath their noses now, the “tiny” Comoros dusted them to the the qualification ticket. Infact we will have to wait till the last game vs Egypt in Cairo to know who tops the group between them and Egypt. Talk about another fairytale qualification like that of Madagascar in 2019. Not a mean feat by all standards. Congrats to the “tiny” Comoros Islands