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Mauritania secures historic Afcon qualification: who else is going to Cameroon?

Mauritania secured a historic maiden qualification for the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) on Sunday, when they beat Botswana 2-1, to guarantee a top two finish in Group I. The North-West African nation of at least 4 million inhabitants erupted with celebration as Moctar Sidi El Hacen and Ismail Diakite scored to clinch a sensational comeback, having conceded first courtesy of Keeagile Kobe’s strike for Botswana. Mauritania joins Madagascar, who will also be making their tournament debut at Afcon in Cameroon next year. READ MORE: Madagascar heads to AFCON 2019 after historic qualification Also qualified Madagascar and Mauritania are among 14 nations that have so far qualified for the tournament, that will feature 24 teams for the first time. The hosts Cameroon secured automatic qualification. The other teams that have qualified for Afcon 2019 include Uganda, Egypt, Tunisia, Senegal, Nigeria and Algeria. Guinea, Ivory Coast, Morocco and Mali have also secured their qualification. Results South Sudan (2) vs Burundi (5) Egypt (3) vs Tunisia (2) Morocco (2) vs Cameroon (0) South Africa (1) vs Nigeria (1) Comoros (2) vs Malawi (1) Uganda (1) vs Cape Verde (0) Gabon (0) vs Mali (1) Namibia (0) vs Guinea-Bissau (0) Equatorial Guinea (0) vs Senegal (1) Gambia (3) vs Benin (1) Seychelles (1) vs Libya (8) Madagascar (1) vs Sudan (3) Congo (1) vs DR Congo (1) Mozambique (1) vs Zambia (0) Eswatini (1) vs Niger (2) Rwanda (2) vs Central African Republic (2) Ethiopia (0) vs Ghana (2) Togo (1) vs Algeria (4) Angola (2) vs Burkina Faso (1) Liberia (1) vs Zimbabwe (0) Lesotho (1) vs Tanzania (0) Mauritania (2) vs Botswana (1) Guinea (1) vs Ivory Coast (1)

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