At the end of the dams returning from the Africa zone, Cameroon, Morocco, Tunisia, Ghana, and Senegal won their qualification for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Cameroon, Morocco, Tunisia, Ghana, and Senegal have validated their tickets for the next World Cup. The verdict came down on Tuesday, March 29, 2022.
After the first round of World Cup qualifying matches in the Africa zone held on Friday, March 25, four days before, the ten teams met again on Tuesday, March 29. The confrontation between Egypt and Senegal, the last two finalists of the African Cup of Nations was among the most anticipated.
The Pharaohs led by their master to play, Mohamed Salah left with a goal in front. They faced the Teranga Lions in a heated stadium. With a twelfth Gaindé (nickname given to Senegalese fans) decided to accompany Sadio Mané and his comrades to victory. The brand new Diamniadio stadium, named after former Senegalese President Abdoulaye-Wade, is the scene of a heated match. The match started on a roll with the opening of Boulaye Dia’s quick score.
After 90 minutes of play, the score does not change. Ditto during overtime. It is finally the shots on goal that will decide them. And, as in the Cameroonian Can final, the match ball belongs to Sadio Mané. And it is the child of Bamabali who ruins the hopes of the pharaohs and sends valid the ticket of his country for Qatar.
The other representatives of the continent are Cameroon, Morocco, Tunisia, Ghana.