Downs' Razak Fires Burundi Past Seychelles
Seychelles 0-1 Burundi
Burundi began their 2018 World Cup qualification campaign with a 1-0 win over the Seychelles on Wednesday afternoon.
The only goal of the game arrived after just 15 minutes courtesy of a strike from Mamelodi Sundowns striker, Fiston Abdul Razak.
Tanzania 2-0 Malawi
Tanzania got their campaign off to winning start, as they secured a 2-0 victory over Malawi in their first leg encounter.
TP Mazembe forward, Mbwana Samata, handed the hosts the lead in the 18th minute, before Thomas Emmanuel Ulimwengu got his side's second in the 22nd minute.
Mauritius 2-5 Kenya
Kenya look to have one foot in the next round, after they thumped Mauritius 5-2 in their first leg encounter on Wednesday afternoon.
Johanna Omolo bagged a brace for the visitors, while Haron Shakava, Michael Olunga and Ayub Timbe Masika rounded off the scoring for Kenya.
South Sudan 1-1 Mauritania (Abandoned)
South Sudan's first appearance in a World Cup qualifying match was abandoned due to heavy rain during their tie with Mauritania.
Boubacar Bagili gave the visitors the lead in the third minute, before Dominic Abui Pretino scored South Sudan's first World Cup goal, however the games was stopped after 10 minutes due to the weather.
Play will resume on Thursday from the time where the match was stopped.
Comoros 0-0 Lesotho
Comoros and Lesotho still have it all to play in the second leg, after the two sides played out goalless draw on Wednesday afternoon.