Togo’s Struggle Continues in 2026 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

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~ Togo faces another setback

~ An hour of false hope

~ South Sudan’s equalizer

~ Winless Togo in the World Cup Qualifiers

~ #UgSportsNow

Togo’s national football team faced another setback in their 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, as they failed to secure a win once again, this time settling for a 1-1 draw against South Sudan at the Stade de Kegue in Rome. Despite a promising start, the Togolese team’s search for a victory continues after three matches in the qualifiers.

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Laba’s goal gave Togo false hope

The match saw Togo take the lead in the 61st minute, with Khaled Narey finding the back of the net after receiving a well-placed cross from Kodjo Laba. The goal raised hopes for Togo to clinch their first win in the qualifiers, but their lead was short-lived.

South Sudan’s equalizer

In the 68th minute, South Sudan managed to equalize when Togo’s Aholou inadvertently scored an own goal, leveling the score at 1-1. The unexpected turn of events left Togo with yet another draw, highlighting their struggle to secure a victory in the tournament.

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Winless Togo sits fourth

With this result, Togo currently sits in fourth place in their group, having garnered three points from three matches. The team has drawn all their games so far, without registering a win or a loss. On the other hand, South Sudan occupies the fifth spot in the group, with two points to their name.

At the top of the group standings are Senegal and Sudan, both tied with four points each, followed by DR Congo in third place with three points. Togo’s quest for a breakthrough win in the qualifiers remains a challenge as they aim to climb up the ranks and secure a spot in the prestigious FIFA World Cup.

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Despite their winless streak, the Togo national team continues to show resilience and determination on the field, seeking to turn their fortunes around in the upcoming matches. With each fixture presenting a new opportunity to succeed, Togo’s players and coaching staff remain focused on the ultimate goal of qualifying for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.

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