The fourth round of the second phase of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup has ended.
Which witnessed developments in the results and arrangement of groups.
The last two rounds of the second phase of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup will be held during the international break.
Next November, which will see the completion of the contract for qualifying for the play-off stage, 10 teams.
The leader of each group qualifies to the third and final stage, where each team plays with another team determined by the draw.
This is in a home and away confrontation, to determine the five African seats in the World Cup finals.
Islam Slimani, the star of the Algerian national team, is the top scorer in the second stage of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, with 6 goals.
In second place is the Algerian star Riyad Mahrez with 4 goals, equally with 3 players.
They are Ibrahima Kony (Mali), Abdoul Tabsoba (Burkina Faso), Famara Didheo of Senegal, Ayoub El Kaabi of Morocco, Joseph Mendez of Guinea-Bissau, and Diomercy Mbokani of the Congo.
Several players share the third place with 3 goals each, Tunisian Wahbi Khazri, Senegalese Sadio Mane and others.
Islam Slimani – Algeria – 6 goals
Riyad Mahrez – Algeria – 4 goals
Ibrahima Kone – Mali – 4 goals
Abdoul Tabsoba – Burkina Faso – 4 goals
Famara Didheo – Senegal – 4 goals
Ayoub Al Kaabi – Morocco – 4 goals
Diomercy Mbukanye Congo – 4 goals
Josef Mendes – Guinea Bissau – 4 goals
Wahbi Khazri – Tunisia – 3 goals
Sadio Mane – Senegal – 3 goals
Midi Kageri Ronda – 3 goals
Peter Shalulayel – 3 goals
Ramadan Ajab – Sudan – 3 goals
Simon Msova – Tanzania – 3 goals
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