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2021 AFCON Qualifiers: Tunisia qualifies for the 15th consecutive time

By Football256 Team

Tunisia became the first country to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations final tournament for 15 consecutive times after confirming their slot for the 2021 edition.

The Carthage Eagles played to a one-all stalemate against Tanzania at the Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium to move to 10 points from four games and secure qualification for the 2021 showpiece.

Feisal Salum’s 47th minute strike cancelled out Saifeddine Khaoui’s opener in the 11th minute as the two sides settled for a draw.

The Mondher Kebaier coached side have made it to the final tournament in 1994, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019 and now 2021.

In this article, we have brought you Tunisia’s AFCON performances since 1994.

In 1994, Tunisia didn’t go past the group stages despite being the hosts of the tournament. They lost 2-0 against Mali and drew 1-1 against Zaire to finish at the bottom of Group A with one point.

Two years later, Tunisia reached the finals of the 1996 edition but they lost 2-0 to hosts South Africa. In the group stages, they drew 1-1 against Mozambique, lost 2-1 to Ghana and won 3-1 against Ivory Coast to finish second in Group D with four points to progress to quarterfinals.

At the quarterfinals, they won 4-1 against Gabon on penalties after a 1-1 draw in normal time. They then progressed to semis where they defeated Zambia 4-2 before losing against South Africa in the finals.

In 1998, they were knocked out at the last eight stage after losing to Burkina Faso 8-7 on penalties after a one-all draw in normal time.

They had topped Group B with six points after losing 2-0 against Ghana in their opening game, they won 2-1 against DR Congo and a 3-1 win against Togo.

In the next edition they were eliminated at the semi-final stage following a 3-0 loss against Cameroon.

They had finished second in Group D with four points after drawing 0-0 with Morocco and winning 1-0 against Congo, they lost 4-2 against Nigeria. Tunisia then eliminated Egypt 1-0 in the quarterfinals.

In 2002, Tunisia were again knocked out at the group stage of the competition after finishing third in Group D with two points. They drew 0-0 against Zambia, lost 1-0 to Egypt before another goalless stalemate with Senegal.

They hosted the 2004 edition and won their first ever AFCON title after defeating Morocco 2-1 in the final.

They had finished on top of Group A with seven points after securing a 2-1 win over Rwanda, 3-0 against DR Congo and a one-all stalemate against Guinea.

In the quarterfinals, they defeated Senegal 1-0 before knocking out Nigeria with a 5-3 win on penalties in the semi-finals.

going to Egypt in 2006, Tunisia were knocked out at the quarterfinals following their 6-5 loss to Nigeria in penalties after a 1-1 draw in normal time.

They had finished second in Group C with six points after winning against Zambia (4-1) and South Africa (2-0) but lost 3-0 to Guinea.

In Ghana 2008, they were knocked out at the quarterfinals of the tournament after their 3-2 loss to Cameroon.

They had finished on top of Group D with five points after drawing 2-2 with Senegal, winning 3-1 against South Africa and picking another one point against Angola after a barren draw.

During the 2010 edition in Angola, Tunisia failed to make it out of the group stage yet again after finishing bottom of Group D. They drew 1-1, 0-0 and 2-2 against Zambia, Gabon and Cameroon respectively.

They were then knocked out at the quarterfinals Equatorial Guinea and Gabon in 2012 tournament after losing 2-1 against Ghana.

They had finished second in Group C after registering a 2-1 win against Morocco, 3-2 loss to Gabon and a 1-0 win over Niger.

While in South Africa in 2013, they failed to make it past the group stages after finishing third in Group D with four points. They defeated Algeria (1-0) but went on to lose against Ivory Coast (3-1) and draw 1-1 with Togo.

Tunisia was knocked out of the 2015 edition in Equatorial Guinea at the quarterfinals following a 2-1 loss to the hosts. They had finished on top of Group B with five points.

They drew 1-1 with Cape Verde, defeated Zambia 2-1 before playing to a one-all stalemate against DR Congo.

When they returned to Gabon in 2017, Tunisia was again knocked out at the quarterfinals by Burkina Faso after a 2-0 loss.

They had finished second in Group B with six points after losing 2-0 to Senegal and winning 2-1 and 4-2 against Algeria and Zimbabwe respectively.

At the 2019 edition in Egypt, Tunisia managed to go beyond the quarterfinals for the first time since 2004, reaching the semi-finals where they were knocked out by eventual runners up Senegal 1-0.

The Carthage Eagles finished second in Group E with three points after drawing three times against Angola, Mali and Mauritania to make it to last 16 stage where they defeated Ghana 5-4 on penalties after a one-all stalemate in normal time.  

They demolished Madagascar 3-0 in the quarterfinals before they failed the Senegal test

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