Sudan has become the sixth Arab team to reach the African Nations Cup finals scheduled in Cameroon early next year, after Algeria (the champion of the last version), Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt and Comoros.
The number will be increased to seven teams in the event that the Mauritanian team, which has the chances of qualifying, rises, which is considered an Arab record, especially since the last tournament that was held in Egypt in 2019, witnessed the participation of five Arab teams: Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, and Mauritania. .
The Sudanese national team, “the Jedian Falcons”, made a strong show against South Africa and defeated the latter with two clean goals in Group C to book a seat in the African Finals for the ninth time in its history.
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