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Bradley's Egypt remains perfect
June 9th, 2013 5:36PM

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[WORLD CUP 2014 QUALIFYING: Africa] Bob Bradley's Egypt remained perfect in the group stage of World Cup 2014 qualifying in Africa thanks to a 4-2 win at Zimbabwe during which 20-year-old FC Basle star Mohamed Salah scored a hat trick.

Veteran Mohamed Aboutrika opened the scoring after only six minutes and Salah followed with three goals to give its fourth win in four games. No other team is unbeaten and untied.

Elsewhere, Algeria overtook Mali in Group H thanks to its 3-1 away win over Benin and Mali's 1-1 tie at home with Rwanda.

Togo's 2-0 win over Cameroon left Libya and Cameroon tied for the lead in Group I, where only two points separate the four teams with two games to play. That's the same in Group J, where Senegal is on top after its 1-1 tie at Angola, which has tied all four games.

Ethiopia remains two points ahead of South Africa after both teams won on the road. Besides Egypt, Tunisia, Ivory Coast and Congo have leads of four or more points.

The group winners will advance to the final round of qualifying when the 10 teams will be paired for two-game series.

AFRICA QUALIFYING:
Group A
Botswana 1 (Sembowa 76) Ethiopia 2 (Kebede 33, Ahmed 45)
Central Africa Republic 0 South Africa 3 (Parker 26, Tshabalala 43, Mashego 90+1)
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
10 Ethiopia 3-1-0 6/2
8 South Africa 2-2-0 7/2
3 Central African Rep.1-0-3 2/7
1 Botswana 0-1-3 2/6

Group B
Sierra Leone 2 (K. Kamara 39, A. Kamara 72) Tunisia 2 (Darragi 55-pen, Ben Youssef 90)
Cape Verde Islands 2 (Babanco 17, Djaniny 53) Equatorial Guinea 1 (Obina 54)
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
10 Tunisia 3-1-0 9/5
5 Sierra Leone 1-2-1 7/7
4 Equatorial Guinea 1-1-2 8/10
3 Cape Verde Islands 1-0-3 7/9

Group C
Gambia 0 Ivory Coast 3 (Traore 12, Bony 62, Y. Toure 90)
Morocco 2 (Hamdallah 40-pen, El Arabi 51) Tanzania 1 (Kiemba 62)
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
10 Ivory Coast 3-1-0 10/2
6 Tanzania 2-0-2 6/6
4 Morocco 1-2-1 6/7
1 Gambia 0-1-3 2/9

Group D
Zambia 4 (Jacob Mulenga 36, 64, C. Katongo 61, Mbesuma 83) Lesotho 0
Sudan 1 (Al-Tayeb 30 pen.) Ghana 3 (Gyan 16, 63, Muntari 89)
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
10 Zambia 3-1-0 9/1
9 Ghana 3-0-1 14/2
2 Lesotho 0-2-2 1/12
1 Sudan 0-1-3 1/10

Group E
Niger 0 Burkina Faso 1 (Pitroipa 81)
Gabon 0 Congo 0
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
10 Congo 3-1-0 5/0
6 Burkina Faso 2-0-2 5/4
4 Gabon 1-1-2 1/4
3 Niger 1-0-3 3/6

Group F
Kenya 0 Nigeria 1 (Musa 81)
Malawi 0 Namibia 0
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
8 Nigeria 2-2-0 4/2
6 Malawi 1-3-0 2/1
4 Namibia 1-1-2 1/2
2 Kenya 0-2-2 1/3

Group G
Guinea 6 (Yattara 15, 90, Diallo 34, 45+1, Traore 74, Diarra 80) Mozambique 1 (Pelembe 45-pen)
Zimbabwe 2 (Musona 21, Billiat 81) Egypt 4 (Abou Trika 5, Salah 41, 76, 83)
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
12 Egypt 4-0-0 11/5
7 Guinea 2-1-1 9/4
2 Mozambique 0-2-2 1/8
1 Zimbabwe 0-1-3 3/7

Group H
Mali 1 (Ndiaye 77) Rwanda 1 (Kagere 33)
Benin 1 (Gestede 31) Algeria 3 (Slimani 38, 42, Ghilas 78)
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
9 Algeria 3-0-1 11/4
7 Mali 2-1-1 5/4
4 Benin 1-1-2 4/7
2 Rwanda 0-2-2 3/8

Group I
Togo 2 (Amewou 32, Atakora 70) Cameroon 0
Libya 0 Democratic Republic of Congo 0
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
6 Libya 1-3-0 3/2
6 Cameroon 2-0-2 4/5
5 DR Congo 1-2-1 2/1
4 Togo 1-1-2 4/5

Group J
Angola 1 (Afonso 51) Senegal 1 (Cisse 23)
Uganda 1 (Mawejje 4) Liberia 0
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
6 Senegal 1-3-0 6/4
5 Uganda 1-2-1 3/4
4 Angola 0-4-0 3/3
4 Liberia 1-1-2 3/4



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