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Cameroonians qualified for the last phase of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday, after their decisive success over Côte d’Ivoire (1-0), at home, in their last match of the group stage in the Africa zone . Leading their group before the start of the game, the Elephants missed their chance to see Qatar.
Cameroon qualified, Tuesday, November 16, for the last phase of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, after its victory over Côte d’Ivoire (1-0) in the shock of this last evening of the group stage of the Africa zone.
Thanks to a goal signed Karl Toko-Ekambi, the Cameroonians seize the lead of group D on the last day, at the expense of the Ivorians who absolutely did not lose this match and go into play-offs, thus seeing themselves deprived of any chance. to go to the World Cup.
The Lions, indomitable, finish first in Group D and will therefore be part of the ten countries that will compete in the final phase of the play-offs, in the form of round-trip matches, for the five places reserved for Africa at the World Cup. -2022.
The Elephants, absent in Russia in 2018, will miss the World Cup for the 2e consecutive edition, after having participated in the three previous editions (2006, 2010, 2014).
For its part, Algeria won its ticket thanks to a draw against its dolphin, Burkina Faso (2-2). Same scenario in Group C, where Nigeria was content to share the points (1-1) with Cape Verde, who had to win to take first place from the Super Eagles.
Finally, Tunisia quickly folded the case against Zambia (3-1) by scoring three goals before the break, to secure first place in Group B.
Mali, Egypt, Senegal, Morocco, Ghana and DR Congo were already guaranteed to participate in these dams before Tuesday. The draw for the matches will take place on December 18 in Doha.