Numerous countries have been working hard to increase their chances of making it past the group stage and into the round of 16 at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022.
Many Kenyans have been cheering for African countries, but it's unlikely that all of them will make it past the group stages because they risk being demoted.
In a match that was anticipated to be fiercely tough because the African squad was hoping to advance and move on to the next level, Tunisia squared up against France, the current tournament champions. Even though Tunisia was successful in winning, Australia's victory over Denmark guaranteed its exit from the competition.
Following Tunisia's elimination from the World Cup, the leader of Azimio la Umoja, an organization that supports African nations, delivered a stirring message of consolation to the nation.
"The Carthage Eagles of Tunisia narrowly miss out on the Round of 16 but have displayed incredible tenacity to beat the defending Champions, France. Great game,"Raila wrote.
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