Friday’s 2022 FIFA World Cup draw revealed the upcoming matchups that will take place in the group stage of the competition in Qatar and the five qualified African national teams discovered their opponents. Read on below for the situation for each team and check out the picture above for the full draw:
Senegal will start of their tournament against Group A favorites Netherlands followed by a duel against the host nation Qatar. Sadio Mané and company are set to finish off their group stage fixtures with a clash against South American representative Ecuador.
Tunisia are matched up in Group D against two European sides, France and Denmark, and will also face the winner of an intercontinental playoff between CONMEBOL side Peru and a team from the AFC, either Australia or the United Arab Emirates.
Morocco have been drawn into a difficult group, facing the world number one team Belgium and another European representative in Croatia. The Atlas Lions will end their set of fixtures in Group F against Canada, who are making their first World Cup appearance since 1986.
Cameroon have a tough road ahead of them in Group G with five-time World Cup winners Brazil set for the third match. The Indomitable Lions will face Switzerland and Serbia in their opening two matches.
Finally, Ghana are matched up in Group H. The Black Stars will start off against group favorites Portugal before taking on South Korea and Uruguay in a competitive group.
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