Senegal First African Crew to Reach Playoffs


Senegal grew to change into the first personnel through to Africa’s playoffs for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar after defeating Namibia 3-1 in Windhoek the day prior to this.

Turkey-essentially based entirely forward, Famara Diedhiou, became the hero, outshining Sadio Mane and others as he scored as soon as within the first half and twice within the 2nd to register his 2nd hat-trick for Senegal.

Peter Shalulile had chanced on the encourage of Edouard Mendy’s earn after Diedhiou’s first to present the hosts temporary hope of retaining on in opposition to the 2019 Africa Cup of International locations runners-up.

The take hang of takes Senegal to 12 choices in Neighborhood H, with Namibia (four choices), Congo (two) and Togo (one) now all out of the running.

The winners of Africa’s ten qualifying groups will contest the playoffs subsequent March, whereupon the continent’s 5 representatives in Qatar will be particular.

Somewhere else, Ghana won their 2nd straight Neighborhood G game in a row below fresh coach Milovan Rajevac, as they beat Zimbabwe for the 2nd time in four days.

Following on from Saturday’s 3-1 take hang of on dwelling soil, the Unlit Stars secured a 1-0 in Harare as Arsenal’s Thomas Partey netted a free-kick for his 2nd intention in as many video games.

The take hang of takes Ghana to nine choices, two bigger than a South Africa aspect who can reclaim high region with victory over Ethiopia in gradual Tuesday fixture in Johannesburg.

With honest real one level, Zimbabwe can no longer qualify for the World Cup, whereas Ethiopia – on three choices – need a take hang of to raise their hopes alive.

Later, Niger play an Algerian aspect making an strive to lengthen their unbeaten bustle to 31 video games.

The African champions are currently eyeing the sphere document of 37 video games without a loss, which became no longer too prolonged ago procedure by Italy.

GROUP H (Africa)


Senegal 4 4. 0 0. 12. 3 9. 12

Togo. 4. 1. 1. 2 3 5. -2 4

Namibia. 4 1. 1. 2. 4 8. -4 4

Congo. 4. 0. 2. 2. 4 7. -3. 2.