The black continent is roaring in Qatar being represented by five nations. These are Cameroon, Senegal, Ghana, Morocco and Tunisia. It was so unfortunate that other favorites like Egypt, Cote D'Ivoire and Algeria did not manage to qualify for this biggest tournament on the planet.
As it stands, it seems African countries are in danger situation after all of them losing points in their first matches. As they go the second round, Senegal managed to win the three points after beating the host Qatar 2:0 . Tunisia didn't manage to win the points against Australia puting their existence in tournament doubtful.
Even though the remaining ones, Morocco, Ghana and Cameroon still have hopes of making it but according to their remaining fixtures, it is highly possible that all five nations could be eliminated before round 16 elimination. Ghana will fight for their first points against South Korea after losing against group leaders Portugal, Cameroon will play Serbia in their second fixture while Morocco will face Belgium.
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