The number of officially qualified for the next African Nations Cup has reached 21 after today’s matches, Tuesday, in the qualifiers for the African Nations Cup, in which the Mauritanian team qualified for the second time in its history, and in a row after it appeared in the 2019 tournament in Egypt for the first time for the new Arab country in the stadiums African.
Team decided Mauritania He officially qualified today, Tuesday, to the finals of the Africa Cup of Nations Cameroon 2020, after his 1-0 victory over the Central African national team at Bartholemy Buganda, to be the seventh Arab team to qualify for Alcan after snatching the second qualifying card in the group to rise with the leaders of Morocco.
The qualified teams came: Egypt, Guinea, Burkina Faso, Mali, Algeria, Tunisia, Cameroon, Senegal, Gambia, Comoros, Equatorial Guinea, Zimbabwe, Gabon, Gambia, Sudan, Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire, Morocco, Malawi, Mauritania, Ethiopia. .
The Mauritania national team also joined the list of Arab teams participating in the championship African Nations Cup, As the number of Arab teams participating after Mauritania qualified today, Sunday, to 7 teams, in a historic event that takes place for the first time after changing the tournament system after the participating teams reached 24 teams instead of 16.
Seven Arab teams qualified: “Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Comoros, Sudan, and Mauritania.”
The tournament, which was held in Egypt in 2019, witnessed the participation of 5 teams, which is the highest number of Arab teams participating in the Alcan finals, namely: “Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Mauritania.“.
The Sudanese national team qualified for the finals of the African Nations Cup to be held in Cameroon next year, after it defeated South Africa with two clean goals in the match that was held between them on Sunday evening at the “Omdurman” stadium, in a match that decides qualification for the next African Nations Cup, Within the matches of the sixth and final round of the tenth group of Alcan.
The Sudan team appears in the African Nations Cup again, after the absence of four copies, namely 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, and the last appearance was in the 2012 edition, which was held in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon, and at that time the team reached the quarter-finals..
The Sudanese national team won the 1970 African Nations Cup, while it managed to get the second position in 1959 and 1963, and the third place in 1957.