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Qatar FIFA 2022 World Cup: While Super Eagle Fails to Fly, Ghana, Cameroon, and Others Shines

Qatar 2022 world cup will be played between November 21 and December 18, with 32 teams competing in eight different groups

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Hamzat Ibrahim Abaga
Hamzat Ibrahim Abaga
Hamzat Ibrahim Abaga is a graduate of Mass Communication and aspiring investigative journalist.

NIGERIA. ABUJA: The Nigeria National team, Super Eagle, has failed to qualify for Qatar’s world cup. The Black Stars of Ghana stopped the Eagles after helping them to a goalless draw in Kumasi, Ghana, and playing a 1-1 draw in Abuja on Tuesday to secure their qualifying ticket. 

The head coach of Black Stars, Otto Addo, helped its men to return to the world cup after missing the 2018 world cup in Russia. However, the presence of the Ghana national team in this year’s world cup in Qatar will make it four times in history when Black Stars will be registering their company in the international tournament after 2006, 2010, and 2014, respectively.

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At 11 minutes into the play, Ghana and Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey gave the visiting team a lead away from goal advantage and hope of qualifying. While Watford and Nigeria defender Troost-Ekong level it one-one for the super eagles in the 22nd minute through a penalty. Therefore, the match ended one-one while Black Stars of Ghana qualified on a goal aggregate and away from goal advantage.

Other qualified African teams for the Qatar 2022 world cup

Cameroon booked a place in this year’s world cup after defeating Algeria 2-1 through extra time. While Senegal, Morocco, and Tunisia all make it to the world cup that will be played in Qatar later this year.

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However, the Qatar 2022 world cup will be played between November 21 and December 18, with 32 teams competing in eight different groups.

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