CHAN Cameroon 2020 Qualifiers: Full Results of 2nd Round matches as Dark Clouds loom over organisation

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Chan 2020 qualifiers: senegal vs liberia in action. Photo credit: Galsenfoot

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The Second round matches of the 2020 CHAN qualifiers were played this past weekend and the following results were recorded on the continent with a big surprise concerning South Africa:

Uganda ?? 4-1 ?? Somalia (agg 7-1)

Zambia ?? 3-2 ?? Botswana (agg 3-2)

Angola ?? 1-1 ?? eSwatini (agg 2-2)
eSwatini progress via 5-4 penalties

Mauritania ?? 2-1 ?? Cape Verde (agg 2-1)

Senegal ?? 3-0 ?? Liberia (agg 3-1)

Ethiopia ?? 4-3 ?? Djibouti (agg 5-3)

Kenya ?? 0-0 ?? Tanzania (agg 0-0)
Tanzania advance with 4-1 penalties win.

Mozambique ?? 3-2 ?? Madagascar (agg 3-3)
Madagascar qualify with away goal advantage

South Africa ?? 0-3 ?? Lesotho (agg 2-6)

South Sudan ?? 1-2 ?? Burundi (agg 1-4)

Zimbabwe ?? 3-1 ?? Mauritius (agg 7-1)

Namibia ?? 0-0 ?? Comoros (agg 2-0)

Mali ?? 3-0 ?? Guinea Bissau (agg 7-0)

Togo ?? 1-0 ?? Benin (agg 1-0)

Eq. Guinea ?? 2-1 ?? Chad (agg 5-4)

The host nation Cameroon, exempted from the qualifiers hasn’t yet gotten a coach nor constitute a CHAN squad. Many key players of the local league who were to constitute the squad of the intermediate indomitable lions to defend the colours of the nation are moving out of the country in search of greener pastures. Doubts are also raised as to when the Cameroon football league will effectively begin as the president of the Professional Football league body (LFPC) in charge of running the local league is already at logger heads with the president of the Cameroon football federation – FECAFOOT.

Infrastructures are still to be completed and time is running out. Many sports writers nowadays talk of “CHAN 2020” and no more “CHAN Cameroon 2020”.

The unilateral attribution of the CHAN 2020 by CAF’s president Ahmad Ahmad came as a surprise to Cameroonian football authorities who were focused on the 2021 AFCON.

Is that a sign that the country of Roger Milla and Samuel Eto’o would once more not be ready to organize this competition?

Time will tell…

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