After Egypt, a deadly goal eliminates Algeria's dream of booking the World Cup card (video)

The Cameroon national football team completed the contract of African seats in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, after its valuable and dramatic 2-1 victory over its Algerian host on Tuesday evening, in the second leg of the final round of World Cup qualifiers.

The Algerian team defeated its Cameroonian counterpart 1-0 in the first leg last Friday, while the Cameroonian team defeated its Algerian host in the evening, Tuesday evening, to qualify the Cameroonian team (the untamed black) with a legal goal after the two teams tied 2/2 in the total of the two matches.

118' Algeria ⚽️

120+4' Cameroon ⚽️

Football is full of surprises.

Algeria 🇩🇿 thought they had won it.

— Eric Njiru (@EricNjiiru) March 29, 2022

The Cameroon team settled the original time in the second leg in favor of a clean goal, scored by Eric Maxime Choupo-Moting in the 22nd minute, but Ahmed Touba scored the equalizer for the hosts in the 118th minute after the two teams resorted to extra time before Karl Oko Ekambi scored the winning goal and qualified for Cameroon in the fourth minute of the time stoppage time for the second overtime period.

Egypt had also lost against Senegal and spoiled the joy of completing the Arab joy after Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Morocco had qualified alongside Qatar, "the host country of the World Cup."

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