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African Qualifiers FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 – Ten teams to the Final Round, Timu 10 zilizofuzu Mtoano kufuzu Kombe la Dunia 2022 Africa

African Qualifiers FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 – Ten teams to the Final Round, Timu 10 zilizofuzu Mtoano kufuzu Kombe la Dunia 2022 Africa

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to be the 22nd running of the FIFA World Cup competition, the quadrennial international men’s football championship contested by the national teams of the member associations of FIFA. It is scheduled to take place in Qatar from 21 November to 18 December 2022.

This will be the first World Cup ever to be held in the Arab world, and it will be the second World Cup held entirely in Asia after the 2002 tournament was held in South Korea and Japan. In addition, the tournament will be the last to involve 32 teams, with an increase to 48 teams scheduled for the 2026 tournament in the United States, Mexico, and Canada. The reigning World Cup champions are France.

Due to Qatar’s intense summer heat, this World Cup will be held from late-November to mid-December, making it the first tournament not to be held in May, June, or July; it is to be played in a reduced timeframe of around 28 days.

African Qualifiers FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 - Ten teams to the Final Round, Timu 10 zilizofuzu Mtoano kufuzu Kombe la Dunia 2022 Africa
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African Qualifiers FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 – Ten teams to the Final Round, Timu 10 zilizofuzu Mtoano kufuzu Kombe la Dunia 2022 Africa

The ten teams will be drawn in five playoff fixtures to determine the five sides that will represent Africa in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

Timu 10 zilizofuzu Mtoano kufuzu Kombe la Dunia 2022 Africa

  • Senegal

The Teranga Lions won five games and drew just one to top Group H on 16 points, eight more than nearest contenders Togo. They were the first team to guarantee their spot in the final round.

  • Morocco

The Atlas Lions were the only team to finish the group stage with perfect 100% record. Morocco won all their six games to finish the group on maximum 18 points.

  • Algeria

Les Fennecs topped Group A on 14 points, two more than Burkina Faso. Defending African Champions won four games and drew two, scoring 25 goals in the process, the highest in all groups.

  • Tunisia

Carthage Eagles finished Group B on top with 13 points from four wins, a draw and a defeat. They leaped Equatorial Guinea on two points to go through to the last round.

  • Nigeria

The Super Eagles won Group C with 13 points, two more than Cape Verde to go through. Nigeria won four games, drew one and lost one to top the group.

  • Egypt

The Pharaohs finished Group F on top with 14 points, seven more than Gabon and Libya. Egypt was unbeaten with four wins and two draws.

  • Cameroon

The Indomitable Lions won Group D on 15 points, two more than rivals Cote d’Ivoire. Cameroon won five games and lost once in the process.

  • Mali

The Eagles won Group E on 16 points, winning five games and drawing one. They did not concede any goal managing six clean sheets, best defensive record in all groups.

  • Ghana

The Black Stars topped Group G on the slightest of margins. Ghana and South Africa both had 13 points from four wins, a draw and a defeat each. Both had the goal difference of +4, but Ghana scored a goal more to qualify.

  • DR Congo

The Leopards won Group J on 11 points, just one more than Benin to reach the final round. They won three games, drawn two and lost one in the process.

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