Qualifying teams for the FIFA World Cup’s round sixteen will be determined eventually. Senegal is the first African country to take her place, followed by Morocco, setting the record for being the first African team to top their group table with 7 points out of 9.
Tunisia fails to advance past the first round of group stages for the sixth time. After a 1-0 defeat against France, they still could not earn the expected points to qualify them for the round of sixteen.
Despite a penalty award in the first 30 minutes of the game, Ghana’s Black Stars lost to Uruguay for the second time. However, Uruguay could not make it through to the round of 16 after a 2-0 win against Ghana.
After exhausting all 90 minutes of play with Brazil, the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon pulled out an incredible 1-0 win in the extra minutes of added time. The captain of Cameroon, Vincent Aboubakar, however, after securing a goal and suffering a red card, could not lead his boys through.
Round 16 Qualifiers
Senegal and Morocco are the only African countries to survive the fall, including the Netherlands, England, the U.S.A., France, Australia, Argentina, and Poland. Croatia, Spain, Brazil, Switzerland, South Korea, and Portugal
Will these two African countries be able to win against all the odds?
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