The Algerian national team’s confrontation with its guest, Cameroon, went to extra time, after the end of the original time of the match, with the latter’s superiority with a clean goal, in the match that they are currently meeting at “Mustafa Tchaker” stadium in Blida, in the second leg of the playoff round of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The Algerian team had won the first leg last Friday, with a score of 1-0.
Bayern Munich striker Eric Maxime Choupo-Moting scored the Cameroon national team goal in the 22nd minute of the match, taking advantage of the ball falling from Algeria goalkeeper Rais Mbolhi, to hit the net.
Algeria national team formation
Defense: Ben Ayada, Atal, Badran, Belamri, Mandy.
Midfield: Ramez Zerrouqi, Ismail bin Nasser.
Attack: Blaili, Mahrez, Soleimani.
The Algerian national team, led by its coach Djamel Belmadi, is armed with the factors of the earth and the public in order to resolve the qualification for the World Cup for the fifth time in history, after participating in copies (1982, 1986, 2010, 2014),
Algeria managed to inflict the first defeat on Cameroon at home since October 4, 1998, when the Untamed Lions lost to Ghana 1-0 in Douala during the 2000 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The Algerian team ended a series of defeats for Cameroon that lasted 23 years, during which the team managed to avoid losing 51 consecutive official matches on Cameroonian soil, the last of which was against our national team in the African Cup of Nations semi-finals in the match that ended in a goalless draw and was decided by the Pharaohs on penalties, and during that period the Lions achieved (38 1 win and 13 draws).
The Egyptian duo, Amin Omar and Mahmoud Abu Al-Regal, are among the refereeing staff for the match between Algeria and Cameroon, where the first is present as the fourth referee and the second is an assistant referee, and the Gambian team is Bakari Jasama and the Angolan team, Gerson Dos Santos, as an assistant referee.
Algeria qualified after topping Group A in the qualifiers, ahead of Burkina Faso, Niger and Djibouti. Cameroon qualified at the top of Group D, which included Côte d’Ivoire, Mozambique and Malawi.