Cameroon defender Aurelien Chedjou turned goalscorer on Sunday to sink Libya 1-0 and move his country closer to the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil.
The Yaounde victory sealed first place in Group I for the ‘Indomitable Lions’, who finished four points clear of their opponents.
A seeded draw, based on the latest FIFA rankings, will be made on September 16 in Cairo.
And the winners of five two-leg ties scheduled for October and November will go to Brazil.
The results: Group F: At Nairobi: Kenya 1 (Owino 5) bt Namibia 0.
Group G: At Harare: Zimbabwe 1 (Mambare 42) drew with Mozambique 1 (Maninho 60).
Group H: At Porto Novo: Benin 2 (Pote 36, Babatunde 53) bt Rwanda 0.
Group I: At Yaounde: Cameroon 1 (Chedjou 42) bt Libya 0.
At Lome: Togo 2 (Atakora 35, Aloenouvo 90+2) bt Democratic Republic of Congo 1 (Ebunga 81).
On Saturday: Group B: At Freetown: Sierra Leone 3 (M. Bangura 21, Kargbo 40-pen, A. Kamara 70) bt Equatorial Guinea 2.
At Rades: Tunisia 0 lost to Cape Verde Islands 2 (Platini 28, Nhuck 42).
Group C: At Bakau: Gambia 2 (Jarjue 45, 51) bt Tanzania 0.
At Abidjan: Ivory Coast 1 (Drogba 83-pen) drew with Morocco 1 (El Arabi 53).
Group J: At Marrakech, Morocco: Senegal 1 (Mane 84) bt Uganda 0. — AFP