The Egyptian team was eliminated after losing on penalties to Senegal in the decisive third round of the African qualifiers in Dakar.
The Algerian national team’s defeat came in a thrilling match, as everyone expected them to qualify after winning the first-leg match against Cameroon with a clean goal in Cameroon.
The Lions of Cameroon, on the other hand, turned the tables on the desert warriors, hijacking the qualification ticket in the final minutes of the second leg in Algiers and winning 2-1 in overtime.
Morocco qualified for the World Cup after a 4-1 victory over the Democratic Republic of Congo in Morocco.
The Atlantic Lions had a positive result in the first leg, returning with a 1-1 draw, and were able to qualify for the second leg in Casablanca.
Tariq Tisoudali scored two goals in the seventh and 45th minutes, Ezzedine Unahi added the second goal in the 21st minute, and Ashraf Hakimi scored the fourth goal in the 69th minute.
In the 77th minute, the Congolese Leopards scored.
Despite a goalless draw with Mali in the return match in Tunisia’s capital, Tunisia qualified.
Tunisia had returned from Mali with a valuable victory, which came thanks to friendly fire from Mali defender Moussa Sissoko.
As a result of this, four Arab teams will compete in the Qatar World Cup: Tunisia and Morocco from Africa, Qatar and Saudi Arabia from Asia.