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1990 African Cup of Nations qualification

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1990 African Cup of Nations qualification

This page details the qualifying process for the 1990 Africa Cup of Nations in Algeria. Algeria, as hosts, and Cameroon, as title holders, qualified automatically.

Contents

Qualifying Tournament

 Cameroon qualified as holders  Algeria qualified as hosts

Preliminary round

Angola advanced to the First Round.

Gabon advanced to the First Round.

Mali advanced to the First Round.

Mauritius advanced to the First Round.

Swaziland won on penalties, and so advanced to the First Round.

Ethiopia advanced to the First Round, Uganda withdrew.

Guinea advanced to the First Round, Gambia withdrew.

Libya advanced to the First Round, Mauritania withdrew.

Mozambique advanced to the First Round, Madagascar withdrew.

First round

Côte d'Ivoire advanced to the Second Round.

Egypt advanced to the Second Round.

Gabon won on penalties, and so advanced to the Second Round.

Nigeria advanced to the Second Round.

Mali advanced to the First Round due on away goals.

Zimbabwe advanced to the Second Round.

Zambia advanced to the Second Round.

Kenya won on penalties, and so advanced to the Second Round.

Malawi advanced to the Second Round.

Senegal advanced to the Second Round, Togo withdrew.

Tunisia advanced to the Second Round, Libya withdrew.

Zaire advanced to the Second Round, Sierra Leone withdrew.

Second round

Egypt qualify.

Nigeria qualify.

Kenya qualify.

Côte d'Ivoire qualify.

Senegal qualify.

Zambia qualify.

References

1990 African Cup of Nations qualification Wikipedia


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