African Stars Watch – As it happened (15 Nov)

African Stars Watch – As it happened (15 Nov)
Guinea international Naby Keita

by Staff Reporter

Sunday Nov 15, 2015. 23:06

Thanks for joining us today on for the live coverage of Africa's Stars involved in the 2018 World Cup Qualifiers on 15 November 2015.

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Here are today’s fixtures and kick-off times (all in CAT)

Zambia 2-0 Sudan - FT, Zambia win 3-0 on aggregate
Uganda 3-0 Togo - FT, Uganda win 4-0 on aggregate
DR Congo 2-2 Burundi - FT, DRC win 5-3 on aggregate
Equatorial Guinea 1-0 Morocco - FT, Morocco win 2-1 on aggregate
Guinea 2-0 Namibia - FT, Guinea win 3-0 on aggregate


22h50 - Full time in Casablanca - Guinea win 2-0 and progress to the next round 3-0 on aggregate.

22h37 - GOAL GUINEA - Naby Keita doubles Guinea's lead on 79 minutes - Guinea 2-0 Namibia

22h30 - Guinea are still holding onto their two-goal aggregate cushion with twenty minutes remaining.

22h05 - The second half has kicked off.

21h50 - It is half time in Casablanca, where the 'Syli' are enjoying a 1-0 lead.

21h44 - GOAL GUINEA - Anderlecht forward Idrissa Sylla puts Guinea ahead - Guinea 1-0 Namibia

21h30 - Guinea and Namibia are still 0-0 at the half-an-hour mark.

21h15 - We are still goalless at Stade Mohammed V between Guinea and Namibia.

21h00 - Kick-off in Casablanca.

20h40 - And here are the lineups for Guinea v Namibia - Kick-off at Stade Mohammed V in Casablanca at 21h00.

Guinea:  Naby Yattara – Lanfia Camara – Fodé Camara – Sékou Condé – Issiaga Sylla  – Oumar Diop – Naby Keita – Ibrahima Conté – Mohamed Lamine Yattara – Idrissa Sylla – Lass Bangoura

Namibia: Maximillian Mbaeva, Ananias Gebhardt, Willem Mwedihanga, Chris Katjiukua, Denis Tjatjinda, Wangu-Gome Batista, Ronald Katjijere, Petrus Shitembi, Willy Stephanus, Hendrik Somaeb, Peter Shalulile

19h00 - News of Morocco's advancement into the next round completes our coverage for now. Africa Stars Watch will resume leading into the final game of the day - Guinea v Namibia - which kicks off at 21h00 CAT. Please join us then.

18h55 - Full time in Bata, Equatorial Guinea have beaten Morocco 1-0, but it's not enough for Nzalang Nacional, as the Atlion Lions advance 2-1 on aggregate.

18h35 - Full time in Kinshasa, it ends DRC 2-2 Burundi, and the Leopards advance 5-4 on aggregate! Meanwhile in Bata it remains 1-0 to Equatorial Guinea with just under a quarter hour to play.

18h28 - GOAL! DR Congo 2-2 Burundi - The Swallows have a late equaliser through Fiston Abdul Razak's penalty, but it's surely too little too late.

18h15 - GOAL! DR Congo 2-1 Burundi - Yannick Bolasie scores from the penalty spot to put DRC 2-1 up and effectively kill off Burundi's hopes!

18h05 - Equatorial Guinea and Morocco are back underway in the second half in Bata. In Kinshasa it remains DR Congo 1-1 Burundi with around 15 minutes of regulation time left to play.

17h50 - Half time in Bata, it's Equatorial Guinea 1-0 Morocco (and 1-2 on aggregate). In Kinshasa it remains 1-1 between DR Congo and Burundi, now just past the hour mark in that match.

17h36 - Back underway between DRC and Burundi in Kinshasa, with the Swallows looking to come back into the tie. They are currently 3-4 down on aggregate.

17h20 - GOAL! Equatorial Guinea 1-0 Morocco - Igor Engonga has brought Nzalang Nacional back into the tie, putting them 1-0 up against Morocco in Bata!

17h18 - Half time in Kinshasa, it's 1-1 between DR Congo and Burundi.

17h08 - GOAL! DR Congo 1-1 Burundi - Dieumeric Mbokani scores an own goal to bring Burundi back into it at 1-1 and 3-4 on aggregate!

17h00 - Underway in Bata for Equatorial Guinea v Morocco, with the hosts looking to overturn a 2-0 deficit. Here are the line-ups...

Equatorial Guinea v Morocco
E Guinea: Ovono, Engonga, Balboa, Pepin, Iban, Kike, Akapo, Ellong, Zarandona, Rui, Edu
Morocco: Munir, Chafik, Lazaar, El Adoua, Achakhir, Tighadouini, Fajr, El Arabi, Bammou, Fedal, Benatia

16h58 - GOAL! DR Congo 1-0 Burundi - Jordan Nkololo scores in the 19th minute to put the Leopards 1-0 up on the day and 4-2 on aggregate!

16h53 - Full time both Ndola - Zambia 2-0 Sudan - and Kampala - Uganda 3-0 Togo. In Kinshasa it's still DR Congo 0-0 Burundi.

16h39 - GOAL! Zambia 2-0 Sudan - Winston Kalengo has made it 2-0 to Zambia with a superbly-taken goal! Chipolopolo lead 3-0 on aggregate.

16h30 - DR Congo v Burundi in Kinshasa will be underway now, while there is just under 20 minutes left in both Ndola (Zambia 1-0 Sudan) and Kampala (Uganda 3-0 Togo). There's also half an hour to the kick-off of Equatorial Guinea v Morocco from Bata.

16h18 - GOAL! Zambia 1-0 Sudan - Lubambo Musonda scores from close range in a scramble from a corner kick and Chipolopolo lead 1-0 on the day and 2-0 on aggregate!

16h15 - A quarter hour until kick-off in Kinshasa for DR Congo v Burundi. The former lead 3-2 from the first leg and will be favourites to progress into the third round. Here are the line-ups:

DR Congo v Burundi
DR Congo: Mandanda, Mpeko, Kimwaki, Mongongu, N’Sakala, Mbemba, Maghoma, N’Kololo, Bolasie, Mubele, Mbokani
Burundi: Arakaza, Nizigiyimana, Nsabiyumva, Bigirimana, Amissi, Ndikumana, Nshirimimana, Abdul Razak, Kiza, Kwizera

16h05 - Back underway in both Ndola and Kampala. Zambia still have some work to do to claim a place in the next round of qualifiers, while Uganda have the tie all but wrapped up.

15h50 - Half time in both Ndola and Kampala - it's 0-0 between Zambia and Sudan, while Uganda are 3-0 up against Togo. The second halves should kick-off just after 16h00.

15h47 - GOAL! Uganda 3-0 Togo - The Cranes are tearing Togo apart and Miya has scored again! It's surely done and dusted now, Uganda are heading to the next round of the World Cup Qualifiers, as they lead 4-0 on aggregate!

15h41 - GOAL! Uganda 2-0 Togo - Farouk Miya has netted his second goal in the tie, it's now 2-0 to the Cranes on the day and 3-0 overall!

15h28 - A couple of early changes in the Uganda-Togo game, where the visitors have put on defender Placca Fessou to replace Serge Akakpo, while Uganda's Aucho Khalid has limped off to be substituted by Geoffrey Kizito.

15h20 - It's still goalless in Ndola, with Zambia dominating Sudan but unable to quite get their attack 'clicking' just yet.

15h10 - GOAL! Uganda 1-0 Togo - Geofrey Massa has scored for the Cranes, who lead Togo 1-0 on the day and 2-0 on aggregate.

15h01 - And now playing in Kampala, where Uganda wear red and black, while Togo are in green and white.

15h00 - We are underway in Ndola, where Zambia where their traditional green kit and Sudan are in all-red.

14h45 - We begin with news ahead of the 15h00 kick-offs, which see Zambia host Sudan in Ndola and looking to add to their 1-0 lead from the first leg, while Uganda welcome Togo to Kampala and also hold a 1-0 advantage. Here are the line-ups ahead of the matches...

Zambia v Sudan
Zambia: Mweene, Mfune, Katema, Mbesuma, Kalengo, Musonda, Sunzu, Chepeshi, Mkandawire, Sinkala, Kangwa
Sudan: El Hadi Salem, Khider, Mustafa, Agab, Abdi El Khadi, El Tahir, Faroug, Suliman, Koko, Awad, Boya

Uganda v Togo
Uganda: Onyango, Iguma, Ochaya, Jjuuko, Isinde, Khalid, Mawejje, Kizito, Miya, Massa, Walusimbi
Togo: Djehani, Mamah, Djene, Akakpo, Amevor, Wome, Ouro-Akoriko, Dossevi, Eninful, Nouwoklo, Gakpe

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