Wednesday , June 7 2023

Algeria, Ivory Coast, CAN Qualification


We know four new members with CAN qualifications scheduled for June 15, 2019 through July 13, 2019, which confirmed tickets to Mauritania in Cameroon, Algeria, Guinea and Cote D'Ivoire. Historical first.

Algeria, confrontation with Togo. Driven by the author of Riyadh Mahrez XXL and Double, Algeria, Togo (4-1) unfolded and quietly confirmed their tickets for their fourth CAN of the rankings. Berlin, who scored 10 points by the end of the day, can not take a 7-0 lead against the Benyans and Togo can not lose three points on the last day with five points.

Guinea and Ivory Coast qualify without a match. In Conakry, the Central African Republic had already been cut off because it failed to draw in Rwanda (2-2), which has both Guinea and Côte d'Ivoire qualifications. Syli and Elephants were neutralized (1-1) without much heat. Former Nichois Jean-Michaël Seri, who worked well for Serge Aurier in Paris, was equally at Côte d'Ivoire in reply to Auxerrois Mohamed Yattara.

Mauritania, surprise. The accomplishments of the Frenchman Corentin Martins are: For the first time in history, we send the 104th world country to CAN. Moratu Stenes failed to win four out of the first five games, and his last match against Botswana (2-1) was synonymous with the qualification. On the Nouakchott side, the hero named Ismaël Diakité. The attacker of US Tataouine in the Tunisia D1 has already signed twice the zebra removed.

These four countries joined Senegal, Madagascar, Tunisia, Egypt, Morocco, Nigeria, Uganda, Mali and Cameroon, and selected 13 of the 24 countries. One thing is certain, no one can escape from groups including Guinea-Bissau, Namibia and Mozambique without the 2012 African champion Zambia.

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