🌍 CAF play-offs: Cameroon join Morocco, Tunisia, Ghana and Senegal at WC | OneFootball

🌍 CAF play-offs: Cameroon join Morocco, Tunisia, Ghana and Senegal at WC

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Alex Mott

Cameroon joined Ghana, Senegal Morocco and Tunisia to qualify for the 2022 World Cup. in Qatar.

Karl Toko Ekambi’s goal in the fifth minute of injury time in extra time saw Cameroon win on away goals.

Earlier on Tuesday Senegal beat Egypt on penalties in a repeat of the African Cup of Nations final to keep Mohamed Salah at home this winter.

Senegal 1 (3)
Egypt 0 (1)
Full time(Pens)

Ghana beat their old foes Nigeria on away goals after claiming a 1-1 draw on the night.

Nigeria 1
Ghana 1
Full time

Morocco over came DR Congo 4-1 thanks to a Azzedine Ounahi double and goals from Achraf Hakimi and Tarik Tissoudali.

Algeria 1
Cameroon 2
Full time

Cameroon’s clash with Algeria went into extra time as Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting struck early on in the first half.

The north African side had a goal disallowed in extra time as Islam Slimani’s headed was deemed to have hit his hand on the way in.

And they thought they had won it with a header in the 118th minute by Touba but Karl Toko Ekambi’s bundled in effort won it for Cameroon in the fifth minute of injury time.

Tunisia 0
Mali 0
Full time

Tunisia held Mali to a goalless draw but went through 1-0 on aggregate for their second successive World Cup.

The draw for the World Cup group stage will be made on Friday at 6pm CET.