Four days after its victory on Friday (1-0), Cameroon found Nigeria on Tuesday in a friendly match in Vienna, Austria. While a reaction from the Super Eagles was expected, the two selections left with a goalless draw (0-0) which ended their rally in June. Both countries will start the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in September. It will be against Côte d’Ivoire, Mozambique and Malawi for Cameroon and against Cape Verde, Central Africa and Liberia for Gernot Rohr’s men.
After their defeat against Togo (0-2), Guinea for its part recovered well by logically disposing of Kosovo (2-1) in Antalya in Turkey. After much sin in the last act, the Syli National took the lead through striker TP Mazembe Mustapha Kouyate, scorer of the head (60 th ) before doubling the lead in the wake of a penalty and got transformed José Kanté (65 th ). The reduction in the opposing score by Arb Manaj at the end of the game (90th) will remain anecdotal. Didier Six’s men will end their rally with a final test against Niger on Friday.