Johannesburg - Five 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying
competition facts ahead of matchday 6 this weekend:
-- Group K winners Senegal boast the only perfect record
after five wins over Burundi (3-1, 2-0), Niger (2-0, 2-1) and Namibia (2-0).
They should make it six straight wins when they host Namibia.
-- Group J winners Algeria are the leading team scorers with
19 goals from five qualifiers, including seven at home against Ethiopia despite
failing to convert a penalty kick.
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-- Congo Brazzaville striker Ferebory Dore scored the most
individual goals in a game -- all four in the 4-2 away triumph over eventual
Group E winners Guinea-Bissau.
-- Mali, Burkina Faso, Morocco (five matches each), Egypt
(four), Ivory Coast and Sierra Leone (three each) had the most difficult
defences to penetrate, conceding just one goal each.
-- Tanzania are the only country who have failed to score,
firing blanks against Egypt (twice) and Nigeria despite boasting star strikers
in Mbwana Aly Samatta and Thomas Ulimwengu.For
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