Every national team is looking forward to qualifying from the various groups for the 2022 FIFA World Cup to be held in Qatar. Teams have put in their very best towards qualifying for the grand event.
40 African nations are competing in Round 2 for 10 slots in the next round of the qualification process. 5 out of the 10 teams that would qualify for the next stage (Round 3), would represent the continent next year in Qatar. Some teams have performed immensely well to earn a spot in the next round of the qualification process (Round 3) with two games left to be played in order to complete the second round.
Below are the teams:
Senegal from Group H is one of the teams that has progressed to the next round (Round 3) of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers with two games to spare. Senegal has secured 12 points from its 4 games scoring 12 goals and conceding 3 goals. Senegal plays Togo and Congo in its next two games.
Morocco from Group I has also progressed to the Third Round of the qualification process. The team has won of all its four games scoring 14 goals and conceding just a single goal. Morocco's next two games would be against Sudan and Guinea.
It is very tight in the other groups as the points of the teams are very close. With two nations having qualified already for Round 3, there is eight (8) nations left to go. Which other teams would be joining these teams in Round 3 of the qualification process?
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