Agbeniadan Komlan’s 92nd minute strike rescued a point for Togo in 2-2 draw with Comoros in an international friendly Friday 11 at Stade El Menzah, Tunisia.
The coach Claude Le Roy’s side went ahead through Floyd Ayite’s 37th minute effort, but a double from Ben Mohamed El Fardou in the 42nd and 70th minutes gave the islanders a deserved lead, and hope for a major international upset, but that will have to wait longer.
Substitute Agbeniadan managed to squeeze a last gasp equalizer to preserve the Frenchman’s 100% record with the Sparrow Hawks.
Unlike Togo who are shaping-up for the up-coming Nations Cup January 2017 in Gabon, Comoros are molding a future team with an eye on 2019 AFCON in Cameroon.
Togo’s last international outing was a 1-0 win at home to Uganda in a warm-up in October, while Comoros lost to the same opponent in the AFCON 2017 qualifiers last bend in September.
Comoros will play Gabon Tuesday 15 in their next friendly in Tunisia.
AGASSA Kossi (GK), Djene DAKONAM, BOSSOU Vincent, Ouro-Sama Hakim, Kouloun Manklibè, ROMAO Alaixys, BEBOU Ihlas, Atakora Lalawele, Razak Boukari, Floyd Ayite, Shéyi Adébayor
Ahamada (GK), Mramboini, Abdallah, Alhadhur, Youssouf, Abdullah, Abdou (C), Bachirou, M’Changama, Bakar, Ben Mohamed.