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Qatar 2022 World Cup Draw: Cameroon, Morocco, Ghana In ‘Tough’ Groups

Five African teams were part of 32 others that were entered into a draw for the group stages of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The five African teams are Senegal, Tunisia, Morocco, Cameroon and Ghana.

It turns out that from the final draw, Cameroon and Ghana will not have it easy in their respective groups as they face top footballing sides.

Cameroon will be facing former world champions, Brazil. The Indomitable Lions will also face Serbia and Switzerland in Group G.

In Group F, Morocco for their part will face current top ranked team in the world Belgium as well as Croatia and Canada.

Ghana, who eliminated hopefuls Nigeria, will have work to do as they come up against Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea in Group H.

Tunisia are in Group D where they will face the defending champions France, Denmark and either UAE ,Peru or Australia.

In Group A, Senegal to have a quite group but will have to deal with the home fans when they face hosts  Qatar. The other teams in the group are Ecuador and Netherlands.

The World Cup takes place between 21 November and 18 December in Qatar, with the hosts playing Ecuador in the tournament’s opening game.

Full 2022 World Cup draw:



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