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FIFA U17 World Cup: Nigeria, Senegal, Angola Win; Cameroon Loses

Four African teams are participating in the 2019 FIFA Under-17 World Cup currently ongoing in Brazil. They are Nigeria, Cameroon, Senegal, Angola – the last two being debutants.

The tournament, the 18th edition, is taking place between October 26 and November 17 across four venues in three host cities – Gama, Goiania and Cariacica.

There are 24 teams across six continental federations. Brazil was giving hosting rights after Peru was stripped off the rights due to lack of preparations.

It is the first time Brazil is hosting the contest at this level having previously hosted the main World Cup twice. Africanews will continually update progress on performance of African sides.

October 29: Cameroon records Africa’s first loss

Cameroon’s young lions lost their opening fixture at the tournament after they succumbed to a lone goal defeat against Tajikistan in the early hours of Tuesday (local time).

The loss is also the first for the African contingent in Brazil. Team Africa won their first three games with 10 goals for and three against.



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