Grace Chanda netted twice in Zambia's 4-1 win over Togo ©Getty Images

Zambia sealed top spot in Group B at the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations with a 4-1 victory over Togo at the Stade Moulay Hassan in Rabat.

A brace from Grace Chanda and further goals from Ireen Lungu and Xiomala Mapepa saw Zambia register their second win of the tournament in Morocco.

Chanda scored the opening goal on 15 minutes when she latched onto Ochumba Oseke Lubanji’s through ball before applying the finishing touch.

Zambia made it 2-0 five minutes later when Lungu fired home from outside the area after the ball fell into her path.

Togo got on the scoresheet courtesy of a free-kick from captain Afi Woedikou on 35 minutes.

Mapepa put Zambia’s two goals in front again just before the break before Siomala Mapepa provided the assist for Chanda to score her second on the hour mark.

After drawing against Zambia and Togo, Cameroon finally got their first win on the board with a 2-0 victory over Tunisia.

The goals came at the start and end of the match with Michaela Abam scoring inside three minutes before Ajara Nchout netted at the death.

Despite the defeat, Tunisia will join Zambia and Cameroon in the quarter-finals as one of the two best-ranked third-placed finishers.

The group stages are due to conclude tomorrow with Group C leaders South Africa taking on Botswana and Nigeria facing Burundi.