World Cup 2026 Qualifying Update: Senegal and DR Congo Secure Wins, Tunisia Draws

In the latest developments in the African qualifying rounds for the 2026 World Cup, Senegal and DR Congo emerged victorious in their respective matches, while Tunisia settled for a draw.

Senegal claimed the top spot in their group after a hard-fought 1-0 win against Mauritania. The decisive goal came from Habib Diallo, who expertly headed in a cross from Pape Matar Sarr. DR Congo also secured a vital win, with Meschack Elia finding the back of the net in their 1-0 victory over Togo.

Tunisia, on the other hand, had to settle for a goalless draw against Namibia, bringing an end to their perfect start in the qualifying campaign. Despite the draw, Tunisia remains at the top of Group H with 10 points.

The road to the 2026 World Cup is heating up, with all eyes on the nine group winners who will secure a spot in the finals. Additionally, an African side could potentially advance through an intercontinental tournament for a chance to compete in the United States, Mexico, and Canada.

As the qualifying matches continue, the competition promises to deliver more thrilling moments and unexpected outcomes. Stay tuned for more updates on the journey to the 2026 World Cup.