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All the countries to have qualified for 2019 AFCON

History-makers Burundi and all the countries to have qualified for 2019 AFCON

March 24, 2019 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
A few more African countries secured their spots at this summer's continental tournament in Egypt.

The 2019 AFCON qualifiers is one that has been smeared with twists and upsets since its commencement and the final round of matches was certainly not going to be one to halt the trend. While some country's final push for a spot in Egypt in this summer proved futile, others have successfully etched their names in the competition's history books.

On Saturday, Burundi joined Mauritania and Madagascar as the third country that will be making its debut at this year's finals in Egypt. The Swallows held onto a 1-1 draw at home to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Gabon who needed a win to secure participation at this summer's tournament.

With the Arsenal striker confirming that he will hang his boot should his side fail to progress, the inevitable has certainly arrived for Les Panthères. 

Elsewhere, Ghana saw off Kenya in its capital Accra via a 1-0 scoreline to secure a ticket to the 2019 AFCON as Group F winners. Despite the defeat, the Harambee Stars who remained resilient throughout the proceeding have already qualified alongside the Black Stars.

Senegal also topped Group A with a 2-0 win over Madagascar on Saturday. The latter secured qualification to its maiden AFCON tournament with a win over Equatorial Guinea back in October 2018.

On Sunday, all the five remaining spots were filled following an intriguing afternoon of football. In Group G, Zimbabwe and DR Congo saw off Congo Republic and Liberia respectively to claim the two spots while South Africa joined Nigeria to progress out of Group E after a 2-1 away win over Libya.

Also, Benin qualified for the 2019 AFCON alongside leaders Algeria from Group D following a 2-1 over Togo.

In Group L, table-topper Uganda was joined by Tanzania who defeated the Cranes by three goals to nil in their backyard.

Here are all the 24 countries who have qualified for the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt:

  1. Senegal

  2. Madagascar

  3. Morocco

  4. Cameroon

  5. Mali

  6. Burundi

  7. Algeria

  8. Nigeria

  9. Ghana

  10. Kenya

  11. Guinea

  12. Ivory Coast

  13. Angola

  14. Mauritania

  15. Tunisia

  16. Egypt

  17. Guinea-Bissau

  18. Namibia

  19. Uganda

  20. Tanzania

  21. Benin

  22. Zimbabwe

  23. DR Congo

  24. South Africa

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