More African teams reach the play-offs of 2022 FIFA

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Six African groups have equipped for the FIFA World Cup end of the season games one year from now in March. DR Congo, Ghana Mali and Egypt joined the Lions of Teranga and the Pharaohs in the prequalification games in 2022.

The landmass will be addressed by five groups which will be chosen in March on a two-legged play-off in March.

In the mean time, different groups are yet to join the play-off in the definitive matches booked this Tuesday.

The most exciting match will be among Cameroon and Ivory Coast at the 42,500 limit Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium in Yaounde.

Other matches will be between Algeria versus Burkina Faso, Tunisia versus Zambia and Nigeria versus Cape Verde.

Ivory Coast beat Mozambique 3-0 to recover the lead of the gathering by a from Cameroon.

Cameroon had before savagely rebuffed Malawi 4-0 after the Malawians had John Banda shipped off in the 21st moment for hindering Vincent Aboubakar’s shot with his hand on the objective line.

Andrew Ayew got Ghana’s sole objective in the 33rd moment after a fouled play in the container maturing out the South Africans at the highest point of Group G.

Both Ghana and South Africa have 13 focuses each and a similar objective contrast yet the Black Stars had more objectives scored contrasted with their foes.