The third round of FIFA World Cup qualifying was contested at Tunis’s Stade Hammadi Agrebi. The teams that competed were Mali and Tunisia. When the game ended without a goal, Tunisia had automatically qualified for the World Cup.
Despite the fact that the home team played superb defense and the game finished in a 0-0 tie, Tunisia won the contest 1-0 by the aggregate system.
2022 World Cup Tunisia Schedule/Fixtures
Here are the match dates and start times according to Tunisia time:
|Denmark vs. Tunisia||Tuesday, Nov. 22||1:00 PM||Education City Stadium|
|Australia vs. Tunisia||Saturday, Nov. 26||10:00 AM||Al Janoub|
|Tunisia vs. France||Wednesday, Nov. 30||3:00 PM||Education City Stadium|
Which Channel will Coverage World Cup 2022 in Tunisia?
beIN Sports MENA is the broadcasting rights holder in Tunisia.
Not all countries have access to the beIN Sports network. Currently, this service is only available in parts of the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and the United States. It is only available in a few European and American countries right now.
You must be in one of the countries mentioned above to watch beIN Sports. Because geo blocking is used by beIN Sports to restrict users from accessing the service from places that are not on the approved list. If you’re in Tunisia, tuning into beIN Sports MENA is the right thing to do.
Also Read: FIFA World Cup 2022 Online Watching Guide
World Cup 2022 Tunisia Group & Preview
Tunisia advanced to the World Cup finals after scoring six tries and beating Mali in the last round of qualifying. Tunisia qualified for the World Cup for the second year in a row. North African nations will play in the World Cup knockout stages for the first time.
The majority of the team is based in Europe, with Saint-Wahbi Etienne’s Khazri acting as the key playmaker. Keeping a close eye on Manchester United’s Hannibal Mejbri, a promising kid, might pay off in the near future.
In preparation for the 2022 World Cup, the Eagles of Carthage have hired Jalel Kadri as their new head coach. This symbolizes the beginning of a new era for the club. The Tunisian Football Federation promoted Kadri from assistant coach to head coach in January. After Tunisia’s terrible performance at the Africa Cup of Nations, he was forced to quit, and Mondher Bebaier took his place.
Following victories against Chile and Japan, Tunisia was crowned the winner of the Kirin Cup. The Eagles of Carthage’s current run of success has been extended thanks to this triumph. They prevailed in Mali on their way to the World Cup after already winning the Arab Cup the year before, advancing to the quarterfinals of the Africa Cup of Nations (even if they may have believed they deserved more against Burkina Faso), and winning the Africa Cup of Nations. This national team is quite productive in spite of the fact that it does not have a large number of members who are already well-known.
Tunisia FIFA World Cup History
For the sixth time, Tunisia has reached the FIFA World Cup final. They finished eighth their first time out in 1978. Between 1998 and 2006, they qualified for the World Cup three times. They will compete in the FIFA World Cup finals in Qatar in 2022 for the sixth time.
Tunisia, on the other hand, has never moved beyond the World Cup group stage. 2022 World Cup in Qatar will be the chance to have it.