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2019 Afcon qualifiers: Senegal held by Madagascar as Ivory Coast secure first win



The second round of 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers continued on Sunday. 
 
Senegal were held by resilient Madagascar while Ivory Coast, Mali and Tunisia all won away from home. 
 Madagascar 2-2 Senegal
Senegal maintained their unbeaten start in Group A after drawing 2-2 with Madagascar on Sunday afternoon.
Moussa Konate and Balde Keita put the visitors 2-1 up after Paulin Voavy had pulled Madagascar level just before the break.
The point was secured for Madagascar thanks to Andria's 68th minute strike.
Rwanda 1-2 Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast registered their first win in Group H with a 2-1 triumph away to Rwanda.
Jonathan Kodija and Max Gradel put the visitors 2-0 up before the 50-minute mark, while Meddi Kagere netted a consolation for Rwanda after the hour mark.
Congo 1-1 Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe remained top of Group G despite playing to a 1-1 draw with Congo on Sunday afternoon.
Khama Billiat opened the scoring for the visitors after 21 minutes, before the hosts levelled matters through Bifouma in the 50th minute.
Swaziland 0-2 Tunisia
Goals from Taha Khenissi and Naim Sliti handed Tunisia a 2-0 win over Swaziland on Sunday afternoon.


Other results:
Angola 1-0 Botswana
Liberia 1-1 DR Congo
Togo 0-0 Benin


Guinea 1-0 Central Africa
The 12 group winners and runners-up will secure places at the 2019 Nations Cup finals, except for Group B, where hosts Cameroon and the highest-placed other team will both qualify.
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