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Motsepe certain an African team will win World Cup 2022

Thu 31 March 2022 | 11:18

Senegal, Ghana, Cameroon, Tunisia, and Morocco will represent their continent at Qatar 2022.

CAF president Dr.

Patrice Motsepe

insisted that he believes an African team is going to win the

World Cup 2022

.

Representatives of the continent have tried to make it past the quarter-finals in the past and

Cameroon

became the first to do so in 1990. Then

Senegal

became second in 2002, followed by

Ghana

in 2010.

"

The President of Caf Dr Patrice Motsepe congratulates Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, Senegal, and Tunisia for qualifying for the Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022,"

the administrator stated as communicated by Caf official website.

"President Motsepe is also confident that these national teams will represent their countries and the African continent with distinction at the Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022.

"The President of Caf is also confident that in the not so distant future an African nation will win the Fifa World Cup.

"Caf is ready and committed to assisting and supporting, as best as it can, all the African Nations that have qualified for the Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022."

Ghana vanquished Nigeria to seal their place in the competition, with the first leg being goalless and the second leg was a 1-1 draw in Abuja to get qualified on away goals.

Tunisia have received the qualification for the sixth time following their 1-0 aggregate victory over Mali. The Carthage Eagles won by a single goal before a goalless draw at home. Morocco joined them after beating the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Senegal also reserved a place in World Cup 2022 after winning Egypt.


source: SportMob

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