World Cup qualifying: Somalia national team’s history-making driving instructor

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By Harry Poole & John Bennett BBC Sport

Somalia centre-back Mohamud Ali plays for National League North side Curzon AshtonNot every driving instructor can claim to have been part of one of the biggest upsets in the history of international football.But for Curzon Ashton’s Mohamud Ali, that is all part of a week’s work.Well, not quite.Thursday was certainly no normal night for the Somalia national team, as the side positioned 202nd out of 211 in the Fifa rankings recorded a remarkable first victory in World Cup qualifying.A dramatic 86th-minute winner sparked jubilant celebrations as the Ocean Stars – the lowest-ranked team in African football – stunned a Zimbabwe team rated 90 places above them 1-0 in the first leg of the preliminary round match in Djibouti.National League North player Ali, who owns a driving school in Manchester, played the full match at centre-back that night while his brother Ahmed captained the side and provided the assist for the winning

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