Senegal and Morocco have become the first teams to qualify for the final round of Africa’s qualifying round for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, after beating Namibia (1-3) and Guinea (1-4) at home, respectively.
A triplet by Famara Diedhiou, from Turkish Alanyaspor, at the Orlando Stadium in Johannesburg sealed the victory of the team led by Aliou Cisse, which has won all four games played and is unattainable for the rest of the teams in group H.
Morocco won at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Complex in Rabat as a visitor to Guinea in a match that was complicated but ended up deciding with a double from Selim Amallah, from Standard de Liège. He also counts his games by victories and with a magnificent balance. Fourteen goals in favor and only one against, the one conceded this Tuesday.
Mamadou kane had equaled half an hour the initial goal of Ayoub El Kaabi, but the team that leads the Bosnian Vahiz Halihodzic, who lined up the Sevilla goalkeeper Yassine as starters Bond, recovered and won with authority for a result that closed in the end Sofiane boufal.
The teams that finish first in each of the ten groups will face each other in round-trip qualifiers to define the five classified in the African Confederation (CAF) to the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
Riyad mahrez, Manchester City winger, put Algeria’s win against Niger (0-4) on track, which places the Mediterranean team at the top of group A with ten points, tied with Burkina Faso, which they will face on the last day.
The fight is also presumed closed in the group G Come in South Africa and Ghana. The ‘bafana bafana’ maintain command with their victory over Ethiopia (1-0) with an own goal by Getaneh Gibeto. At one point there is the cadre directed by the Serbian Milovan rajevac with his victory in the field of Zimbabwe (0-1) with a target of the exatlético Thomas Partey, now at Arsenal.
The program for this Tuesday will be completed tonight with the meeting of group I between Guinea and Morocco, which could also certify your mathematical classification for the last round.