Tunisia qualify for the World Cup finals in Russia after a 0-0 draw against Libya
Tunisia qualified for the World Cup finals in Russia after a 0-0 draw against Libya on Saturday at the Olympic Stadium in the final round of the World Cup qualifiers.

The Carthage Eagles only needed a draw to qualify, where they wanted one point and managed to get it, despite the loss of their players many opportunities against the Libyan team.

The Egyptian national player participated in the match from the beginning of the match, but he left the 29th minute due to his feeling of strain.

Tunisian President Béji Kayed Sebsi attended the match from the second half to support the Carthage Eagles during that match.

In the other group match, the Democratic Republic of the Congo defeated Guinea 3-1, but did not benefit the first to qualify after Tunisia's draw.

Thus, the ranking of the first group is as follows:

The Carthage Eagles topped the first group with 14 points, then the DRC 13, Libya third with 4 points and Guinea with 3 points.

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