World Cup 2022: African qualifiers known

The African qualifications for the Qatar 2022 World Cup ended this Tuesday, March 29 with the matches Senegal-Egypt, Nigeria-Ghana, Algeria-Cameroon, Tunisia-Mali and Morocco-RD Congo.
The Moroccans won 4-1 against DR Congo. They won 5-2 on the whole of the two matches and thus ensured their qualification for the World Cup.
Black Stars clinch 2022 World Cup berth against Nigeria (1-1) thanks to Thomas Partey’s double away goal in Abuja.
The two West African giants played to a 0-0 draw in Kumasi on Friday, March 25. Despite relentless attacks, Black Stars could not find the net. But the return match on Tuesday, March 29, in Abuja, was quite different.
Winner of the first match in Bamako (1-0), Tunisia was not forced to keep its advantage in Rades on Tuesday, March 29. The draw (0-0) was enough to get its sixth qualification to a World Cup.
In a new and warmed-up Abdoulaye-Wade stadium, the Senegalese had to wait for the penalty shoot-out to beat Egypt and book their ticket for the World Cup in Qatar (0-1, 1-0, 3-2 a.p). In two months, the Pharaohs will have lost an African Cup and a place in the World Cup to the Lions of Teranga.
Cameroon was the last country to qualify for the 2022 World Cup after extra time against Algeria (2-1). The match was a miraculous finish for the The Indomitable Lions.

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