For the first time in history, 4 Arab countries have qualified to the World Cup 2018 that will be held in Russia.
Morocco, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia and Egypt fortified their place in the competition that will take place this summer in Russia. Saudi Arabia was the first team to qualify. Morocco managed to score 2 goals within 5 minutes with the help of Nabil Dirar and Medhi Benatia, defeating Ivory Coast with a final of 2-0 and joining the competition for the first time since 1998. Tunisia on the other hand completed the Arab lineup without being affected by its 0-0 draw with Libya and heads to the World Cup for the first time since 2006. As for Egypt, they qualified for the first time in 28 years beating the cranes with a final of 1-0. Everyone is anticipating the draw for the finals that will happen on December 1st, and that will determine which teams the qualifier winners will be facing.