Los Ticos made their third consecutive qualification to the FIFA World Cup last night when they nailed New Zealand to a 1-0 score. Joel Campbell and Keylor Navas’s brilliance aided Costa Rica to book the last spot in the FIFA World Cup Qatar.
The quadrennial international men’s football championship contested by the senior national teams is scheduled to take place in Qatar from 21 November to 18 December 2022.
Thirty-two nations will compete in the biggest international tournament, where last night was decided.
From Africa, Senegal is installed in group A and will play the World Cup opener game against the Netherlands on 21 November.
Tunisia is in group D along with France, Australia and Denmark, Morocco is in Group F and will battle with Belgium, Canada and Croatia, Cameroon in group G will compete with Brazil, Serbia, and Switzerland and Ghana in Group H will play Portugal, Uruguay, and the Korea Republic.
The 32 nations that qualified for Qatar 2022 World Cup are 13 from Europe, 5 from Africa, four from South America, four from Asia, and three from North America. Australia (as part of the Asian region) and Costa Rica (North America) qualified via the playoff route.