Mahrez’s teammates won Tuesday night in Niger (0-4), as part of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
Unsurprisingly, Algeria dominated Niger 4-0 on Tuesday in the 4e Africa Zone qualifying day for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Four days after the card achieved at home, 6-1, Djamel Belmadi’s men put it back, this time on the Niamey lawn, thanks to goals from Mahrez (20e), Shower (33e), Bennacer (48 .)e) and Bounedjah (54e).
The Fennecs are back at the top of the group A standings because of a better goal difference than that of Burkina Faso, winner the day before Djibouti (2-0). On November 14, the two contenders for the dam will face off in Algeria.
🇳🇪 0-4 🇩🇿
🇧🇫 2-0 🇩🇯
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