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Senegal gets a World Cup ticket at the "Laser Show" in Ghana after its draw in Nigeria in Qatar

Senegal gets a World Cup ticket at the “Laser Show” in Ghana after its draw in Nigeria in Qatar

Glare result: None of the Egyptian players, including the exceptional striker Mohamed Salah, took the penalty.

On the other hand, Senegalese star Sadio Mane scored crucial goals for the African Champions.

Villarreal’s Boulaye Dia equalized the first leg result (0-1) in Dakar with a goal in the fourth minute for Senegal, which led to extra time and a penalty shootout.

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Thanks to the away goals rule, Ghana were satisfied with a difficult 1-1 (1-1) match in Nigeria after 0-0 in the first leg.

In Abuja, Thomas Partey (11) scored a goal from a long-range shot, allowed Nigerian goalkeeper Francis Ozuho to pass the kicked ball without damage. William Trost Ekong (22 minutes, penalty kick), but in the end Ghana celebrated its fourth appearance in the World Cup.

Then a riot broke out in the stadium.

Cameroon defeat Karimi in injury time of overtime

In the dramatic match between Algeria and Cameroon, Bayern Cameroon striker Eric Maxime Choupo-Moting (22) entered into extra time.

In a wild final stage, Algeria’s substitute Ahmed Touba (118th) equalized before Karl Toko Ekambi (120 + 4) with a straight admission in the last second ensured Cameroon were up 2-1 (1-0, 1:0). Going to the World Cup for the eighth time.

Morocco and Tunisia in the World Cup

After a 1-1 draw in the first leg, Morocco and former Dortmund player Achraf Hakimi left no doubts about qualifying with a 4-1 (2-0) win over DR Congo.

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El-Din Onahi (21’/54′), Tarek Tsoudali (45’+7′) and Hakimi (69′) scored Morocco’s goals, which will participate in the World Cup for the sixth time. Ben Malango Ngita (77) scored the consolation goal.

A 0-0 win over Mali after a 1-0 win in the first leg was enough for the Tunisians to qualify for Qatar. Midfielder Ellyes Skhiri from 1. FC Köln entered after 67 minutes.

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