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Libya ease past Equatorial Guinea at CHAN

Libya served a stern warning to their African Nations Championship Group C opponents as two first-half goals from Saleh Taher Saeid and a late strike from Zakaria Alharash saw them ease past Equatorial Guinea in Tanger on Monday.

The 2014 CHAN champions delivered one of the most impressive performances of the tournament so far to assert their title credentials and swat away an Equatoguinean side that was short of quality.

Outstanding Al Ahly Tripoli duo Salem Ablo and Mohamed Abrahim Aleyat set...

Tunisia take step towards Russia, DRC still in the hunt

Youssef Msakni capped an outstanding display with a hat-trick and Naby Keita was sent off for violent conduct as Tunisia came from behind to beat Guinea 4-1 and remain at the top of World Cup qualifying Group A.

However, the Democratic Republic of Congo are still in the hunt after beating Libya 2-1 in Monastir.

Tunisia seized the initiative in the group when they took four points from their double header against the Congolese during the last international break, and stay three points clear ahead...

Ten-man Libya shatter Guinea's World Cup hopes

Guinea's hopes of reaching a maiden World Cup are in tatters after Hamdou Elhouni's first-half goal secured victory for ten-man Libya in Monastir on Monday evening, leaving both teams on three points in Group A.

While neither side are mathematically out of the running, both need to win all of their remaining games and see a significant goal-difference swing over Tunisia and the Democratic Republic of Congo, on nine and six points respectively, in order to pull off a miraculous qualification.

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