The curtain of the African teams qualified for the Qatar 2022 World Cup was revealed today, Tuesday, after the second leg of the decisive round of qualifiers ended.
Qatar will organize the World Cup from November 21 to December 19, 2022.
The Ghana national team qualified after achieving a positive tie with a goal against a goal in the return match that was held today, Tuesday, in Nigeria, after the first leg in Ghana ended in a goalless draw, thus Ghana qualified on the basis of calculating the goal away from the ground with two goals in the event of a tie.
While the Senegal team qualified at the expense of Egypt, by penalty shootout, 3-1, after the Egyptian team won the first leg with a goal, and suffered a loss in the return match with the same result, to qualify the Teranga Lions.
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Tunisia qualified at the expense of Mali, after a negative tie in the second leg and winning the first leg with a goal, while the Moroccan team crushed Congo by four goals to one in the return match, and had tied positively with one goal for each team in the first leg.
In the fifth and final seat, the surprise was the exclusion of the 2019 African champions, at the hands of Cameroon, after losing 2-1 in the match that was held today in Algeria, to qualify Cameroon for the World Cup finals.
African teams qualified for the 2022 World Cup