Nigeria 3 – 0 Kenya

“Obinna Nsofor snatched two second half goals to help ensure a comfortable 3-0 win for Nigeria over Kenya in their World Cup African zone Group B qualifier in Abuja on Sunday. The Inter Milan forward, who saw little league action this season, converted a 72nd minute penalty and then hit home a thundering shot five minutes later.” (ESPN)

Cameroon 0 – 0 Morocco (ESPN)
“Cameroon and Morocco played out a 0-0 draw in their World Cup qualifier on Sunday, leaving the two nations struggling to qualify for next year’s World Cup finals in South Africa.”

Egypt thrashed in 2010 qualifier (BBC)
“Egypt face a struggle to qualify for the 2010 World Cup after an away defeat to Algeria leaves them stranded at the bottom of their group. Cameroon are another Africa giant propping up their group after a goalless draw with Morocco. But Tunisia, Burkina Faso, Gabon, Ivory Coast and Ghana all won over the weekend to maintain their 100% starts to the final round of 2010 World Cup and Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.”

Africa’s finest in action (BBC)
“Every week, the BBC World Service’s African sports programme Fast Track rounds up the continent’s goal scorers in the top leagues in Europe. Now with club action over for the season and players on their way to international duties, Fast Track brings you the best of the season 2008-09.”

2010 World Cup tables (BBC)
“The 5 group winners go through to join the world’s best at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. The top three in each group will go to the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations in Angola.”

Cameroon/Morocco: Lions Fail to Roar At Home (Vanguard)
“The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon failed to bounce back to World Cup contention after they were held to a barren draw at home by the Atlas Lions of Morocco. Both teams needed victory to stay in contention for the single.”

Nigeria/Kenya: Nigeria Beat Kenya (This Day)
“Super Eagles, yesterday in Abuja, humphed and laboured with their flight for the best part of 90 minutes to get their journey to the World Cup 2010 ticket on course. Still they had a 3-0 victory that looked emphatic enough to flatter them and their massive supporters on at the end of the game against the Harambee Stars of Kenya.”

Ghana/Mali: Stars Put Hand On Self Destruct Button (Public Agenda)
” It has not been pressed yet but the build up to the crucial 2010 joint African and World Cup qualifier against Mali will leave many Ghanaian football fans worrying weather the Black Stars are not on the verge of pressing the self destruct button.”

Nigeria Back On Track (MTN Football)
“Nigeria got their 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign back on track with a 3-0 defeat of Group B rivals Kenya at the National Stadium in Abuja on Sunday evening.”

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