W’Cup qualifiers: Mali beat Rwanda as Kenya, Uganda renew rivalry

The Eagles of Mali started their Group E campaign in the 2022 FIFA World Qualifiers with a 1-0 win over Rwanda at Grand Stade d’Agadir in Morocco on Wednesday evening.

They dominated the game which was moved to Morocco as Mali lacked approval of a home stadium.

Mohamed Magassouba’s men dominated the game and created the most dangerous chances from the start.

The Eagles had an early chance to take the lead when Moussa Djenepo was fouled inside the Rwandan area after 18 minutes.

From the penalty kick spot, Djenepo tried to score himself, but was stopped by Rwanda goalkeeper Emery Mvuyekure.

Mali however took the lead a couple of minutes later, when Adama Traore put the Eagles ahead after 20 minutes.

Rwanda Amavubi tried to find the equaliser, but were stopped by Mali’s defenceline and goalkeeper Ibrahim Mounkoro.

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