The two North African nations, Tunisia and Morocco completed CAF’s list to represent Africa at the FIFA World Cup in Russia next year.

A goalless draw against Libya at the Stade Olympique de Rades was enough for the Eagles of Carthage to pip Congo DR to top spot in Group A, while Morocco impressively recorded a 2-0 away victory in Ivory Coast.

Morocco will be at the global tournament for the first time since France 1998, while Tunisia make their World Cup return for the first time since Germany 2006.

Both nations join Nigeria, Egypt and Senegal as Africa’s representatives at the global finals next year.

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