Senegal, Cameroon, Morocco, Ghana and Tunisia qualify for 2022 FIFA World Cup
It was a super Tuesday night in Africa as the five African nations heading to Qatar for the 2022 FIFA World Cup were confirmed.
In the early kick-offs, Ghana qualified after playing out a 1-1 draw with Nigeria in Abuja.
The Black Stars achieved this thanks to the away goal rule, as the first leg ended 0-0 in Kumasi.
Cameroon, Morocco, Tunisia, Ghana and Senegal will represent CAF in the first ever November/December World Cup.
All five qualifiers booked their places at Qatar 2022 by winning two-legged playoffs.
Those playoffs turned out to be largely close affairs,as the away goals rule sent Cameroon and Ghana through, while Senegal beat Egypt in a penalty shootout.
Elsewhere, Tunisia held on for a 0-0 draw against Mali to see them prevail 1-0 on aggregate, while Morocco were the only big winners on Tuesday as they thrashed DR Congo 4-1 (5-2 on aggregate).