Sunday’s 2013 Afcon qualifiers
MTNFootball.com brought you all the goals and drama of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers on Sunday.
Saturday’s matches produced some unbelievable action with goals galore and late drama and Sunday lived up to its billing as well.
Five matches were played and while DR Congo took a decisive 4-0 lead over Equatorial Guinea in their tie, the other four are still very much up for grabs.
The return legs will be played on the second weekend of October, with a place at the Nations Cup finals in South Africa up for grabs.
All times are CAT (GMT+2)
21h04 - FULLTIME: Guinea 1-0 Niger. Guinea will take a slender 1-0 lead to Niger next month. The Nigeriens are a different proposition in Niamey and will feel they are still very much in this tie.
21h00 - FULLTIME: Libya 0-1 Algeria. Algeria get a fine away win and will be heavy favourites to book their place at South African 2013 in the return leg next week.
20h52 - GOAL!!! Algeria have a late goal through Hillal Soudani that puts this tie firmly in their favour with the home leg to come!
20h24 - GOAL!!! A goal at last and it goes to Guinea, who take the lead through Ibrahim Yattara.
20h09 - We are back under way in our two final games of the weekend.
19h52 - Halftime in our two games, both are locked at 0-0.
19h01 - We are under way in our final two matches of the weekend as Libya host Algeria in Morocco and Guinea entertain Niger.
18h31 - FULLTIME: DR Congo 4-0 Equatorial Guinea. So Claude Le Roy's side have one foot in South Africa 2013 already, it is hard to see the Equatorial Guinea side coming back from this.
18h15 - GOAL!!! DR Congo have a fourth and Dieumerci Mbokani has a hat-trick! They are surely home and dry now, even with the second leg to come in Equatorial Guinea ...
18h09 - GOAL!!! Are DR Congo home and dry now? You would think so as they net a third through Dieumerci Mbokani, his second of the game.
17h57 - GOAL!!! And they have a second, Deo Kanda extends the DR Congo lead. One more and it will be a fantastic outing for them.
17h51 - GOAL!!! DR Congo have the lead at last and it is Dieumerci Mbokani who has the goal. They might need a few more though ...
17h41 - We are back under way in Kinshasa.
17h25 - It is halftime in DR Congo where the home side have been applying pressure, but have so far been frustrated by Equatorial Guinea.
16h58 - FULLTIME: Zimbabwe 3-1 Angola. A superb win for Zimbabwe, slightly soured by the away goal they conceded in the second half. But they can go to Luanda with some confidence.
16h51 - FULLTIME: Mozambique 2-0 Morocco. The Mambas with an excellent result, one of their best in years, and they must have a real chance of reaching South Africa next year.
16h50 - GOAL!!! Mozambique have a second just before the end through Mamelodi Sundowns winger Elias Pelembe and now they have a real cushion to take to Morocco next month!
16h37 - GOAL!!! Mozambique's Almiro Lobo has given them the breakthrough against Morocco, who look as though they had come for the draw. Will they venture out of their shell now?
16h30 - We are under way in the DR Congo.
16h21 - GOAL!!! Angola have pulled a goal back through Djalma. That could be a vital away strike for them.
16h07 - We are back under way in Harare and Maputo.
15h50 - And it is now halftime in Harare, where Zimbabwe have stunned their visitors with a 3-0 lead. All those Zimbabweans living in South Africa will be hoping their team can make it for next year's finals!
15h47 - It is halftime in Maputo where the score remains 0-0, but the Mambas have had the better of the chances.
15h39 - GOAL!!! It gets better and better for the Warriors as Zimbabwe take a 3-0 lead! Archford Gutu, also once on the books of Ajax Cape Town, gets the goal
15h24 - GOAL!!! What a start for Zimbabwe, they are now two goals up! Ajax Cape Town forward Khama Billiat has scored the goal!
15h20 - Mozambique have made the brighter start against Morocco, but no goals in that game yet.
15h09 - GOAL!!! Zimbabwe have taken an early lead thanks to a Bastos own goal, that may settle the nerves of the small crowd at the Rufaro Stadium.
15h01 - We are under way in Maputo and Harare!
14h55 - While we wait, you can read about how Nigeria coach Stephan Keshi blasted his side as 'unprofessional' following yesterday's 2-2 draw in Liberia.
14h49 - Angola have gone mostly with the tried and trusted under new coach Gustavo Ferrin, though they have given a recall to Zwela and Nando Rafael.
14h45 - Zimbabwe have been stung by the absence of top stars Knowledge Musona and Tinashe Nengomasha, whose clubs, Augsburg in Germany and BidVest Wits in South Africa, claim that they were not called-up in the FIFA stipulated two weeks before the fixture, so did not allow them to travel home.
14h30 - Welcome to our live coverage of Sunday's 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers! Kick-off of our first two matches are 30 minutes away.