Malawi’s team beat Mozambique’s 1-0 on September 7, 2021 in Soweto, South Africa, in Group D of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying. The Malawian goal was scored by Richard Mbulu in the 10th minute.
The Flames of Malawi defeated Mozambique (1-0) this afternoon of September 7, 2021 in Group D of the qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. Thanks to this success, the Flames remain in the fight with the Ivorians (1st with 4 points) and Cameroonians (2nd with 3 points) for first place, qualifying for the last round of the African qualifiers.
Ivory Coast in the lead
In front of their supporters, Côte d’Ivoire won 2-1 against Cameroon thanks to a brace from Sébastien Haller in less than ten minutes (20th, 29th). In the second half, Ngamaleu reduced the score for Cameroon from the penalty spot (2-1, 61st), but the Ivory Coast controlled their end of the game and managed to secure their first victory in their qualifiers. Ivory Coast performs well in these qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup. Dominators in the first period before being scared at the end of the match, the Ivorians take first place in Group D ahead of Cameroon who reacted too late .
The next 2 days
Scheduled for the international break in October, the third and fourth matchday in Group B will feature two double confrontations: Cameroon-Mozambique and Côte d’Ivoire-Malawi.
1- Ivory Coast: 4 pts
2- Cameroon: 3 pts
3- Malawi: 3 pts
4- Mozambique: 1 pt