Morocco and Tunisia qualify for the 2022 world cup in Qatar

Morocco and Tunisia qualify for the 2022 world cup in Qatar, while Algeria has dramatically lost in the extra time against Cameroon.


Morocco qualifies for the 6th time to the world cup. The national team qualified having clinched a 1-1 draw in their first leg of the play-off against DRC in Kinshasa four days ago.

The Atlas lions won decisively against the Democratic Republic of Congo 4-1 in Casablanca on Tuesday to reach the 2022 World Cup finals in Qatar.

The star of the match was Azzedine Ounahi who scored two goals, in addition to goals by Tarik Tissoudali and Achraf Hakimi.


Tunisia qualifies to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar despite a 0-0 draw at home against Mali on Tuesday in the second leg of an African play-off.

Having won the first leg 1-0 in Mali through a Moussa Sissako own-goal, Tunisia were unable to build on their aggregate advantage, yet they only needed a draw to qualify for a sixth appearance at the world cup finals.


Algeria was stunned by Cameroon in the fourth minute of added time at the end of extra time of the second leg of a play-off match.

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting scored first for Cameroon in the 22nd minute. The game was then extended beyond the 90min since Algeria has won their first leg of the qualifiers 1-0, and the aggregate score is 1-1.

Ahmed Touba equalized for Algeria in the 118th minute which could have made Algeria qualify. However, Karl Toko Ekambi scored to gave Cameroon a dramatic 2-1 win over Algeria in Blida and a place at the 2022 World Cup.