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DURBAN, Bafana Bafana failed to exploit home ground advantage as they drew 0-0 with in their Group E qualifier for the 2019 African Cup of Nations here over the weekend.
South Africa could have gone top of Group E had they won the encounter but are now in second place behind
Libya top of Group E with four points, with Bafana Bafana second also with four points but an inferior goal difference.
The North Africans proved to be a stubborn side as they took control of the match from the beginning, creating more scoring opportunities than the homeside.
Meanwhile Nigeria’s Afcon qualifying campaign is back on track after they registered a 3-0 win away to minnows Seychelles in Victoria. Nigeria lost its first match 0-2 to South Africa in March.
Two early goals in the first half were enough to steer the Super Eagles to victory.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK