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Ethiopia were losing 3-1 to effectively qualified Ivory Coast in Abidjan following 80 minutes when the Ghanaian ref imploded and the opposing group would not proceed under the fourth authority, an Ivorian. 

 

The Ivorian was a late pre-match substitution after the first ref from Ghana pulled out, prompting his countryman being elevated from fourth authority to coordinate with ref. 

 

Ref Charles BLU got treatment at the public arena prior to being taken to a medical clinic. His condition was not promptly known. 

 

Madagascar required the greatest focuses to overwhelm Ethiopia in Group K, yet the Indian Ocean side were held 0-0 by Niger in Tanaina. 

 

In Abidjan, the Ivorian immediately constructed a two-objective benefit as Willy Boy scored and Franck Jessie changed over a punishment. 

 

Getafe Bede divided the shortage on 74 minutes just for Jean Oasis to score a third objective for the Ivory Coast very quickly. 

 

Madagascar, who shockingly arrived at the Cup of Nations quarter-finals when they appeared two years prior, assaulted persevering yet couldn't separate Niger, who yielded six objectives when the sides last met. 

 

An Abubakar Tamara objective in first-half stoppage time procured Mauritania a 1-0 triumph over the Central African Republic in Bangui and the subsequent passing spot in Group E behind Morocco. 

 

It will be the second progressive appearance at the finals of the head African public group rivalry for the Mauritanians, who are trained by Frenchman Corentin Martins. 

 

The excess three spots will be filled later Tuesday with Congo-Brazzaville and Guinea-Bissau (Group I), Sierra Leone and Benin (Group L) and Cape Verde, Rwanda and Mozambique (Group F) in dispute. 

 

Algeria, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Comoros, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Malawi, Mali, Morocco, Nigeria, Senegal, Sudan, Tunisia and Zimbabwe are different qualifiers. 

 

The Ivorian was a late pre-match substitution after the first ref from Ghana pulled out, prompting his countryman being elevated from fourth authority to coordinate with arbitrator. 

 

Arbitrator Charles Bull got treatment at the public arena prior to being taken to clinic. His condition was not promptly known. 

 

Madagascar required most extreme focuses to overwhelm Ethiopia in Group K, yet the Indian Ocean side were held 0-0 by Niger in Tanaina. 

 

In Abidjan, the Ivorian immediately fabricated a two-objective benefit as Willy Boy scored and Franck Bessie changed over a punishment. 

 

Getafe Bede split the shortfall on 74 minutes just for Jean Oasis to score a third objective for the Ivory Coast very quickly. 

 

Madagascar, who shockingly arrived at the Cup of Nations quarter-finals when they appeared two years prior, assaulted determinedly yet couldn't separate Niger, who surrendered six objectives when the sides last met. 

 

An Abubakar Tamara objective in first-half stoppage time procured Mauritania a 1-0 triumph over the Central African Republic in Bangui and the subsequent passing spot in Group E behind Morocco. 

 

It will be the second progressive appearance at the finals of the chief African public group rivalry for the Mauritanians, who are trained by Frenchman Corentin Martins. 

 

The excess three spots will be filled later Tuesday with Congo-Brazzaville and Guinea-Bissau (Group I), Sierra Leone and Benin (Group L) and Cape Verde, Rwanda and Mozambique (Group F) in conflict.

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