MK Dons striker Mo Eisa marked his debut for the Sudan national team with his first goal for the country.

The 29-year-old was called up by Sudan and scored from the penalty spot in a match against Togo on Thursday night (16/11), which was the North African country’s first qualifying game for the 2026 World Cup.

Eisa’s goal had opened the scoring, with Togo later equalising in a game that finished 1-1 played on neutral ground in Libya.

The MK Dons striker would play the first half of the game, before being replaced at half-time by his younger brother Abo, who plays for Grimsby Town.

Sudan play their second qualifier against DR Congo, which will also be held in Libya, tomorrow (19/11). The team are in a first qualifying round six team group, with home and away fixtures through to October 2025 against Togo, DR Congo, Senegal, South Sudan and Mauritania.

Eisa is one of 3 MK Dons players on international duty in the current window, with defender Tommy Smith featuring for New Zealand and young defender Phoenix Scholtz representing the Northern Ireland under-19s.

The three call-ups lead to the postponement of MK Dons’ match against AFC Wimbledon, which had been scheduled to take place today (18/11).