Benin and Mozambique have qualified for the second round of the 2022 Women's World Cup in Costa Rica.
The Beninese showed no mercy on Niger (7-1), Saturday, at the Charles de Gaulle Stadium in Porto-Novo. Eunice Sagbohan (3rd), Bernice Inonnabi (31st), Marguerite Semedeton Ahouassou (45th, sp), Djidjoho Joëlle Élisabeth Kpadonou (56th), Kpenagni Urisse Erudice Kounasso (75th) and a double from Edwige Kedokpo (11th and 65th), have allowed Benin to atomize Niger who saved the honor thanks to Naïma Al Moustapha Hanjar (48th).
A second victory for Benin after the first almost on the same score line (1-6). Cumulative score 13-2. Benin will face Morocco in September.
In Matola, Mozambique also won their ticket to the next round. The Mozambicans dominated Eswatini (2-0). Elsa Mulingandale (20th) and Nadia Jacinto (35th) sealed the Mozambican victory.
There are still three rounds to go and at the end of these, only two nations will represent Africa at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup 2022 in Costa Rica.