Timu Za Afrika Zilizofuzu Kombe La Dunia 2022 | Timu za Africa Zilizofuzu World Cup 2022
The FIFA World Cup sometimes referred to simply as the World Cup, is a football tournament of FIFA, which is contested by the senior men’s national team of members of the Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA), the global governing body for sports. Championships is awarded every four years.
The current format includes a qualification round that lasts three years to determine which National teams advance to the tournament phase. During the tournament phase, 32 teams, including the automatically qualifying host nation(s), fight for the championship for over a month at venues inside the host nation(s).
The World Cup is the world’s most famous football competition and the most widely watched and followed sporting event that surpasses even the Olympics. Here we’ll take a look on the African National team that have qualified to represent the continent in the Qatar word cup 2022
Timu za Africa Zilizofuzu World Cup 2022
The World Cup qualifying playoff draw for African nations was conducted on Saturday, with the 10 ten group winners from the second round were drawn into five home-and-away ties to grab their ticket to Qatar world cup 2022. The results from the draw are as shown on the table below
|Team 1||Agg.||Team 2||1st leg||2nd leg|
|Egypt||1–1 (1–3 p)||Senegal||1–0||0–1 (a.e.t.)|
|Cameroon||2–2 (a)||Algeria||0–1||2–1 (a.e.t.)|
Which African teams are going to Qatar 2022?
The five National team that will fly Africa’s flag at the 2022 Qatar World Cup are as shown below
Ghana qualified for the World Cup after the unexpected defeat of Nigeria, with the Black Stars made the four-time world cup appearance in their history
Senegal advanced to the World Cup after defeating Egypt in a rematch of the Africa Cup of Nations final, with Sadio Mane and co. defeating Liverpool teammate Mohamed Salah and Egypt to seal their place in Qatar.
Tunisia and Morocco both secured their places in Qatar by defeating Mali and the Democratic Republic of Congo, respectively.
Cameroon, meanwhile, advanced with a last-gasp winner against Algeria, with Karl Toko Ekambi becoming a national hero after scoring in the 124th minute.