World Cup 2022 draw for the elimination in the African zone
Saturday, 1 February 2020
On Tuesday evening in Cairo there was a draw for the elimination of the World Cup in the African zone. In the second round of elimination games there will be 40 teams divided into ten groups. Only the winners will advance to the last, third phase. As in previous years, Black Land has at the football World Cup bike places. Who will play in Qatar will decide matches first in groups, and then in the playoffs, where there will be ten group winners. In the double games, they will face five places in the Qatar World Cup in 2022 for a bonus. Algeria, a continent champion from a few months ago, found himself in a relatively not very strong group from Burkina Faso, Niger, and Djibouti. Nigeria, which...
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