2018 World Cup: The Final African Ranking Group by Group

The curtain fell this Sunday on the African qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup. At the end of most exciting qualifying round, we now know the identity of the five nations that will represent the “Mother-Contient” in Russia.

Senegal on Friday, then Morocco and Tunisia, have taken the most from the sixth and final day of the playoffs that ended this Sunday, to join Nigeria and Egypt, the first African qualifiers for the most prestigious competition in the Football World.

The results of the 6th and Final qualifying round:

Friday, November 10, 2017
South Africa 0 – 2 Senegal
Algeria 1 – 1 Nigeria

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Zambia 2 – 2 Cameroon
Gabon 0 – 0 Mali
DR Congo 3 – 1 Guinea
Ivory Coast 0 – 2 Morocco
Tunisia 0 – 0 Libya

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Congo 1-1 Uganda
Ghana 1-1 Egypt

The 5 qualified countries

Group A: Tunisia

Group B: Nigeria

Group C: Morocco

Group D: Senegal

Group E: Egypt

The final group by group ranking

Group A:

1st) Tunisia 14 pts (+7) (Q)

2nd) DR Congo 13 pts (+7)

3rd) Libya 4 pts (-6)

4th) Guinea 3 pts (-8)

Group B:

1st) Nigeria 14 pts (+8) (Q)

2nd) Zambia 8 pts (+1)

3rd) Cameroon 7 pts (-2)

4th) Algeria 2 pt (-7)

Group C:

1st) Morocco 12 pts (+11) (Q)

2nd) Ivory Coast 8 pts (+2)

3rd) Gabon 6 pts (-5)

4th) Mali 4 pts (-8)

Group D:

1st) Senegal 11 pts (+6) (-1 match) (Q)

2nd) Burkina Faso 6 pts (+0) (-1 match)

3rd) Cape Verde 6 pts (-4) (-1 game)

4th) South Africa 4 pts (-2) (-1 game)

Group E:

1st) Egypt 13 pts (+4) (Q)

2nd) Uganda 9 pts (+1)

3rd) Ghana 7 pts (+2)

4th) Congo 2 pt (-7)