Africa Soccer 2022 World Cup qualifiers : Check out all 10 African nations qualified for the play-offs round

World Cup 2022

The 2022 World Cup qualifiers group stages are over in African continent with the 10 nations who secured a play-off round tickets known.

The highly-waited encounter between Cameroon and Ivory Coast saw the Indomitable Lions snatching the last ticket to the next round.

A goal of Lyon striker Karl Toko Ekambi was all the five-time AFCON winning nation needed to beat the Elephants at Douala.

Read more : Cameroon edge Ivory Coast to sail through to World Cup play-offs

Pending the draw of the play-offs round which will take place on 18th December in Doha, Qatar, below is the 10 African nations qualified.

Pot 1 : Senegal, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Nigeria.

Pot 2 : Cameroon, Egypt, Mali, Ghana, DR Congo

The play(offs matches will be played in March 2022. That is a month after the 2021 Africa Cup of nations in Cameroon.


1 comment

  1. Reply Post By 58 JAS

    South Africa has appealed to FIFA after they lost the game against Ghana on a single penalty.
    They didn’t like the way the referee controlled the game or for awarding the penalty. Bafana Bafana – South Africa have a history when it comes to replays. Having lost a match 2-1 to Senegal, FiFa had the match replayed for the 2018 world cup, but they lost 2-0 to Senegal.
    Let us wait and see what FIFA does or not!!

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