Check out our live coverage of the 2016 COSAFA Under-20 Championships Group D clash between DR Congo and Comoros Islands.
The winner of this match will move to the top of the table as both sides have a single point, one behind pool leader Mozambique, who drew both their matches.
Comoros XI: Aboubacar Kaou, Said Hicham, Ali Moughni, Youssouf Habib, Mhadjou Hamza, Abadallah Boina, Kassim Hadji, Naimdine Antoisse, Abdou Hachim, Youdna Toiha, Anli Mohamed.
DR Congo XI: Kama Kamalanduaka, Chadrack Lukombe, Ernest Sita, Rachidi Kuamanbu, Djemes Mudiadia, Glody Mujinga, Nathan Lusuki, Tresor Yamba, Peter Zulu, Rosy Kinkela, Batista Adongba.
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FULLTIME: DR Congo hold on for the 2-0 win and move to the top of Group D!
85′ – We have played about 16 minutes in this suspended encounter and there has not been a change to the scoreline. It seems the status quo will remain …
74′ – No much goal-mouth action this morning, DR Congo are seeing out the game easily.
63′ – The game has resumed on Monday morning, with all stats remaining the same as when the lights went out last night!
The match has officially been suspended due to a power failure at the stadium. It will resume on Monday, December 12 at 11h00 at the point from which the failure happened.
62′ – GOAL! DR Congo add a second through Nathan Lusuki! 2-0!
60′ – Not all of the lights are back on but there is enough for the match to re-start.
56’ – Slight stoppage as lights have gone off at Moruleng Stadium owing to power problems.
46′ – We are back under way in the second half.
HALFTIME: DR Congo lead 1-0 at the break and it should have been more!
36′ – Another injury for Comoros keeper Kaou as he makes attempt to save the ball from DR Congo’s attack.
35′ – Comoros’ Said Hicham is shown a yellow card for pushing a DR Congo player off the ball during a tussle for possession.
19’ – Comoros goalkeeper Kaou and DR Congo’s Linkela collide as they chase the ball just outside the Comoros penalty box.
16′ – Comoros sub: Anli Mohamed drawn out to pave way for Mohamed Riziki.
10′ – Comoros’ Ali Mohamed is shown a yellow card for rough play.
6′ – GOAL! Ernest Sita makes it 1-0 to DR Congo with a volley inside the box!
4′ – DR Congo’s Tresor Yamba is shown a yellow card by the referee for impeding a Comoros player going for glory.
1′ – We are underway at Moruleng Stadium for the Comoros vs DR Congo!
– Referee for this game is Kulasande Qongqo from South Africa.
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