Tunisia and Morocco won the 2022 World Cup final in Qatar, while Egypt and Algeria failed to qualify after the qualifiers ended on Tuesday evening.
In the second leg of the decisive third round of the African qualifying round, the Egyptian team failed to advance, losing to Senegal in the penalty shoot-out.
The defeat of the Algerian national team came in a thrilling match as everyone expected Klein to win and qualify with a goal in the first leg match against Cameroon.
But the Lions of Cameroon turned the table for the Desert Warriors and won 2-1 in the final minutes of the second leg in Algiers.
Cameron opened the scoring in the 110th minute with a goal from German club Bayern Munich’s Eric Maxim Saubo Motting.
In the 118th minute, Algerian player Ahmed Duba equalized, but the Lions of Cameroon quickly adjusted the situation and qualified for the final moments of extra time with a winning goal.
Morocco and Tunisia qualified
Morocco qualified for the World Cup by beating the Democratic Republic of the Congo 4-1 in Morocco.
The Atlantic Lions reached a positive result in the first leg and returned with a 1-1 draw, and they managed to qualify for the second leg in Casablanca.
Morocco’s goals were scored by Tariq D’Souda, two in the seventh and 45th minutes, and Ezine Unahi’s in the 21st and second, with Ashraf Hakimi scoring the fourth goal in the 69th minute.
The Congo Leopards scored in the 77th minute.
As for Tunisia, they qualified for the rematch in the capital, Tunis, despite a goalless draw with Mali.
Tunisia returned with a precious victory for Mali, which came with a friendly fire by Mali defender Moussa Sissoko.
With this decision, four Arab teams from Africa, Tunisia and Algeria, will participate in the World Cup in Qatar, along with Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
Senegal kidnapped Egypt
Senegal snatched the ticket from Egypt on penalties after the two teams drew 1-1 in the first leg in Cairo and Tucker, with the Teranga Lions winning 3-1 on penalties.
After reaching the quarterfinals in 2002 and exiting the group stage in 2018, the Teranga Lions are participating in the World Cup for the third time in history.
Contributed to Egypt’s defeat, with laser lights on their players’ faces during the match, and the injury of two defenders in the first half, with Saudi Jetta’s Ahmed Hekashi’s injury not being as impressive in its defensive line. And Mohammed Abdel Monim, who underwent surgery for a broken nose on Friday, and Mahmoud Hamdi “Al Wensh”.
The ball bounced into Egypt’s penalty area and was caught in the net by goalkeeper Mohamed El-Shenawy until 3 minutes before the start of the meeting until Villarreal striker Paule de Senegal scored a goal. .
The guests responded with a shot from Mohamed Elneni in the 15th minute. But in the 28th minute, El-Shenawy saved a shot that Paule Day tried to surprise the “pharaohs”.
Carlos Kuiros replaced Ayman Ashraf in the 29th minute to replace defender Rami Rabia, then right-back Omar Zafar was injured and Imam Ashor entered in the 35th minute.
Towards the end of the first half, Nambali Mendi scored the ball that went wide of the left post to the Egyptian goal.
Kuros tried to increase Egypt’s performance with three substitutes in the middle of the second half, replacing Tresket, Elneni and Marmosh with Mustafa Mohammed, Ahmed Saeed and Nabil Emad.
Syed “Jiso” scored with a header after a long cross from Mohamed Salah, and Chelsea goalkeeper Edward Mendy was pleased to see him pass his list in the 71st minute.
After crossing two defenders in the 76th minute and hitting a ground ball to Mendy’s right, Jiso missed the second dangerous ball as well.
In the 82nd minute, Senegal retaliated against Watford’s England striker Ismail Sarko, who was alone with El-Shenawy.
Both teams were involved in two extra games, and senior player El Shenawy saved his goal three times within five minutes of the start of the first extra time.
With two additional periods ending in a draw, the penalty shoot-out came to determine the identity of the qualifier.
Penalty shootout ended 3-1 for Senegal, with Salah, “Jizo” and Mostafa Mohamed scoring after Egypt’s goal against Amr al-Sulaiya Mendi.
For Senegal, Kalido Goulibali and Salio Sis missed their players, and Sir, Pamba Dieng and Sadio Mane scored for them.
Senegal beat Egypt on penalties for the second time in two months, winning the African Cup of Nations earlier this month.
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