Collen Salelwako and Siza Dlamini helped Swaziland cause the biggest upset of round two in the African section of World Cup qualifying by stunning Togo 2-1 on Sunday.
The Swazis, ranked 161st in the world rankings, put on a strong performance in front of a 15,000 strong home crowd in Mbabane, taking the lead through Salelwako in the 22nd minute, before Dlamini doubled the advantage 10 minutes after half-time.
Despite the best efforts of the Togolese to get back in the game, they struggled to reproduce the form that saw them qualify for the 2006 World Cup with Adekanmi Olufade (88) scoring a late goal which proved only to be a consolation as the Southern Africans moved top of Group Eight.
There was also a surprise in Antananarivo where Ivory Coast were held to a goalless draw by Madagascar.
The two dropped points by the Ivorians mean they slip to second in Group Seven behind new leaders Botswana, who claimed a 2-1 away win at Mozambique.
Dipsy Selolwane opened the scoring for the visitors on the half hour mark, before Almiro Lobo (66) looked to have earned his side a share of the spoils.
However, Boitumelo Mafoko struck eight minutes from time to steal all three points and top spot in the pool.
There were no problems for Africa's number one team Cameroon as they eased to a 3-0 win over Mauritius.
Andre Bikey (11), Samuel Eto'o (27) and substitute Gustave Bebbe (87) were on target to help the Indomitable Lions to top spot in Group One with two wins from two.
In Group Two, a brace from Gilbert Mushangazhike (27 and 86) helped Zimbabwe maintain their unbeaten start to the qualifying campaign with a 2-0 win over Namibia.
The Warriors now top their section on four points, one clear of Kenya and the Namibians, while Guinea surprisingly bring up the rear.
Angola needed to fight from a goal down in Group Three to overcome Niger 2-1.
After Karim Konate had given the hosts a second minute lead, Flavio Amado (29) and Joao Yamba Asha (72) hit back to give the Palancas Negras a 2-1 win.
In the group's other game, Benin bounced back from defeat in their opening match to thrash Uganda 4-1 in Cotonou.
Eugene Ssepuuya scored after just eight minutes, handing the visitors a surprise lead, but a brace from Razak Omotoyossi (15 and 86) either side of goals from Oumar Tchomogo (20) and Stephane Sessegnon (69) gave the Squirrels all the points.
Junior Agogo scored twice to lift Ghana to a 3-2 victory over Lesotho in Bloemfontein.
Laryea Kingston (15) opened the scoring for the visitors, before the Nottingham Forest forward scored in the 42nd and 66th minutes for a comfortable 3-0 lead.
However, two goals in stoppage time from Sello Muso and Lehlohonolo Seema gave the Black Stars a minor scare before they eventually prevailed, moving top of Group Five in the process.
Senegal had Abdel Mangane sent-off but still took control of Group Six, edging a point clear of Algeria after a goalless draw against Gambia in Banjul, while Rwanda won for the second match in as many weeks after overcoming Ethiopia 2-1 in Addis Ababa.
The home side took the lead through Tafese Tesfaye (43) shortly before half-time, but goals from Said Abed Makasi (59) and Olivier Karekezi (82) handed the Rwandans a valuable away win in Group Eight.
Elsewhere, substitute Anty Singa (71) scored the only goal as Congo claimed a narrow 1-0 victory over Sudan in Brazzaville. The win helped the Red Devils climb second in Group 10, three points behind Mali.
Finally in Group 12, Malawi were brought down to earth after their opening day 8-1 drubbing of Djibouti as they lost 1-0 to the Democratic Republic of Congo in Kinshasa.
Zola Matumona (76) scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot to give the Congolese a first win of the campaign.