The second round of 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers continued on Sunday. 
 
Senegal were held by resilient Madagascar while Ivory Coast, Mali and Tunisia all won away from home. 
 
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Madagascar 2-2 Senegal

Senegal maintained their unbeaten start in Group A after drawing 2-2 with Madagascar on Sunday afternoon.

Moussa Konate and Balde Keita put the visitors 2-1 up after Paulin Voavy had pulled Madagascar level just before the break.

The point was secured for Madagascar thanks to Andria's 68th minute strike.

Rwanda 1-2 Ivory Coast

Ivory Coast registered their first win in Group H with a 2-1 triumph away to Rwanda.

Jonathan Kodija and Max Gradel put the visitors 2-0 up before the 50-minute mark, while Meddi Kagere netted a consolation for Rwanda after the hour mark.

Congo 1-1 Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe remained top of Group G despite playing to a 1-1 draw with Congo on Sunday afternoon.

Khama Billiat opened the scoring for the visitors after 21 minutes, before the hosts levelled matters through Bifouma in the 50th minute.

Swaziland 0-2 Tunisia

Goals from Taha Khenissi and Naim Sliti handed Tunisia a 2-0 win over Swaziland on Sunday afternoon.

Other results:

Angola 1-0 Botswana

Liberia 1-1 DR Congo

Togo 0-0 Benin

Guinea 1-0 Central Africa

The 12 group winners and runners-up will secure places at the 2019 Nations Cup finals, except for Group B, where hosts Cameroon and the highest-placed other team will both qualify.

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