Togo made it two wins from two in 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying with a 2-0 success against Djibouti, the fifth-lowest side in the FIFA world rankings.
Having failed to reach this year's African showpiece - Togo finished bottom in their group - Tom Saintfiet's men are determined to make up for that disappointment and lead the way in Group A with maximum points after following up a 2-1 win over Liberia.
Serge Akakpo broke the deadlock early on and Jonathan Ayite netted shortly before half-time for Togo, who were without striker Emmanuel Adebayor.
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