African national teams are looking forward to qualifying for the next round of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. Two games were played by teams in Group G of the World Cup qualifiers today.
Having won its World Cup qualifiers game in an early kickoff against Zimbabwe today, Ghana moved to the top of the group and remained at the top of Group G for few hours. South Africa took over its position at the top of the group after it won its game against Ethiopia.
The group remains very tight as South Africa has 10 points while Ghana sits behind The Bafana Bafana with 9 points after today's games. Ethiopia sits at the 3rd with 3 points and Zimbabwe at the 4th position with only a point after today's games
Check below for the results from today's games:
Check below for the group standings after today's games:
Both South Africa and Ghana stand a chance of progressing from the Group G to the next round. There are two games left to be played by each team in the group. Which of the two makes it two the next round?
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