World Cup Qualifier: Senegal, Morocco Into Next Round As Nigeria Stumbles

Senegal and Morocco are into the next phase of the 2022 World Cup qualifying series as Nigeria falters.

Famara Diedhiou scored a hat-trick on Tuesday, to send Senegal into the final phase of qualifying.

Infoexpert24 Senegal defeated Namibia 3-1 in Johannesburg, taking them up to 12 points in Group H after four games.

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Morocco also guaranteed a top spot in Group I with two games left to play. They beat Guinea 4-1 in Rabat, to ensure they will be one of the 10 group winners competing in the playoffs in March for five spots from the continent.

An 11th-minute own goal saw South Africa beat Ethiopia 1-0 in Group G. The Bafana Bafana are top of the group, one point ahead of Ghana, who earlier won away in Zimbabwe.

World Cup Qualifier: Senegal, Morocco Into Next Round As Nigeria Stumbles

South Africa travel to Ghana for their last qualifier next month.

Riyad Mahrez opened the scoring as Algeria reclaimed a top place in Group A by beating Niger 4-0 away in Niamey. The African champions lead Burkina Faso on goal difference, with the two countries set for a showdown next month.

Last weekend, Nigeria exacted revenge on the Central African Republic with a 2-0 win in Douala, following a shock 1-0 loss at home to the Wild Beasts.

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The Super Eagles now have a two-point advantage in Group C over second-placed Cape Verde Islands, who beat Liberia in Mindelo on Sunday. It could yet get down to the wire – a straight shoot-out between Nigeria and Cape Verde in Lagos.

The last two rounds of the group phase of African qualifiers will be played between November 10-16.