World Cup Qatar 2022: 10 African nations qualify to k/out stage after final group matches

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Ten nations have qualified for the next knock-out stage of the African World Cup qualifying stage. The nations: Algeria, Tunisia, Nigeria, Cameroon, Mali, Senegal, Egypt, Ghana, Morocco, and DR Congo topped their groups after the last group matches were played on Tuesday.

The next knock-out home and away matches will be played between March 21-29 consisting and the winners will represent Africa at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

Group A        P W D L GF GA Pts

 Algeria          6 4 2  0  25  4     14 – qualified

B. Faso          6 3 3 0 12  4      12

Niger            6 2 1 3 13 17       7

Djibouti       6 0 0 6  4   29      0

Group B              P W D L GF GA Pts

Tunisia                 6  4  1 1  11  2 13 – qualified

E. Guinea           6  3   2 1  6    5   11

Zambia              6   2  1  3  8    9     7

Mauritania         6 0 2  4   2     11  2

Group C                   P W D L GF GA Pts

Nigeria                    6 4    1 1  9    3 13 – qualified

C. Verde                 6 3    2  1  8  6 11

Liberia                    6 2    0 4  5    8  6

 C.A.R.                   6 1      1 4  4    9  4

Group D                P W D L GF GA Pts

Cameroon            6  5   0 1 12  3   15 – qualified

Cote D’Voire       6 4   1 1 10   3    13

Mozambique      6 1  1 4  2    8  4

Malawi                6 1  0 5  2    12  3

Group F            P W D L GF GA Pts

Egypt                6  4  2 0 10   4 14 – qualified

Gabon             6 2   1  3  7   8  7

Libya               6 2   1 3   4   7  7

Angola           6 1    2 3  6   8  5

Group I           P W D L GF GA Pts

Morocco         6 6 0 0 20  1 18 – qualified

G. Bissau         6 1 3 2  5 11  6

Guinea            6 0 4 2  5 11  4

Sudan              6 0 3 3  5 12  3

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