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Best Friends Becomes Enemies: One Of Them Will Definitely Not Go To Qatar, But Who Will It Be?

The 2022 Federation of International Football Association World in Qatar is faat approaching and in Africa there will be five countries which will reoresenting the entire continent, ten teams will fight in two legs to cemment their spot in the World Cup, the last countries remaining are going to have to go at each other and try eliminating each other to book a ticket to Qatar, this is not good news to two Liverpool's goal machines since the draw did not do them any justice, their countries will have to play against each other and only one of them will go through.

The draw for the African World Cup final round of qualifiers was conducted on Saturday and it has pair the Egyptian nation team against the Senegalese National team, yes, Mohammed Salah will be playing against his Liveepool teammate Sadio Mane, the two will be playing on the same field but in the opposite ends, the other one will be trying to eliminated the other one for a spot in Qatar.

Senegal was drawn to play against Egypt in the two legged play-offs, Mane and Salah who always assist each other for their English Premiership side Liveepool will be enemies for the two games, they will be fighting for their respetive countries, they put aside their friendship for a couple of minutes and focus on soi g what is best for their people back at home, it is going to be interesting to see these African best players going against each other.

On the other hand, South Africans are happy that their arch enemies Ghana, have been drawn to against the high flying Super Eagles of Nigeria, they feel that there is no way that The Black Stars will qualify for the World Cup when they went into the play-offs at their expenses.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/412196069336599/posts/998089050747295/

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