Only 4 teams succeeded in achieving the full mark in the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, after the end of the second round of qualifiers on Tuesday evening.
The Tunisian team, the leaders of Group Two, achieved the full mark after defeating Equatorial Guinea 3-0 and Zambia 2-0, and the same with Nigeria, the leaders of Group C, after defeating both Liberia 2-0 and Cape Verde 2-1.
The Libyan team also achieved the full mark after topping the sixth group, which includes our national team, after its victory over Gabon 1-2 and Angola 1-0, and finally Senegal, the leaders of the eighth group, by beating Togo 2-0 and Congo 3-1.
The second round of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup witnessed the postponement of Guinea’s confrontation with Morocco, due to the poor security conditions in Guinea, and the match will be played at a later time. Next October will witness the holding of the third and fourth rounds of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.
It is worth noting that the team that leads in the ten groups qualifies for the final qualifiers, before playing two matches to determine the five qualified teams for the next World Cup.