Russian Federation 2018: Morocco, Tunisia join Nigeria, Egypt, Senegal

Herve Renard the coach of Morocco’s national football team

The result took them up to 12 points, four clear of the Ivorians in second place, confirming their return to the World Cup for the first time since 1998, when they were eliminated in the group stage.

Euphoria took over the streets of Moroccan cities as the Atlas Lions secured a well-deserved qualification to the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation following a 2-0 victory in an epic battle against Côte d'Ivoire in Abidjan.

Tunisia, coached by Nabil Maaloul, who played for Hannover 96 in between 1989 and 1991, will lead the country to their fifth World Cup - but first since the 2006 tournament hosted by Germany.

Morocco needed only a draw from their final Group C game to finish top of the standings in the African preliminaries, ahead of the Ivorians, who had to win to clinch a fourth successive World Cup finals appearance.

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It proved a costly miss for the Elephants, who had to win after beginning the match one point behind a Moroccan team coached by former Ivorian handler, Frenchman Herve Renard. Tunisia also booked their spot at Russian Federation 2018 with a tense 0-0 draw against Libya.

Guinea's Ousmane Sidibe headed into his own net while defending a set piece after the hour mark, but the visitors were able to equalise 10 minutes later when Keita Karamokoba pounced on a loose ball and flicked it over DR Congo goalkeeper Ley Matampi.

Two goals in stoppage time, a Jonathan Bolingi penalty and a fine Neeskens Kebano strike, gave DR Congo their win, but it didn't matter as Tunisia held on for the draw in the other game to win the group by a single point.

Patson Daka put Zambia in front in the 26th minute but Andre Zambo Anguissa equalised from outside the box five minutes later.