There is now only one African team left in the 2022 World Cup after Senegal’s Sunday elimination.
Ghana, Tunisia, Senegal, Morocco, and Cameroon were the five nations that this year served as the continent’s representatives.
Only two of those candidates advanced to the Round of 16.
In Group A, Senegal came in second place, ahead of Iran and Ecuador, and behind the Netherlands.
Group F’s top finisher was Morocco, who advanced, with Croatia coming in second place, ahead of Belgium and Canada.
The Teranga Lions took on England in their last-16 clash on Sunday, losing 3-1 thanks to goals from Jordan Henderson, Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka.
Morocco is now the only remaining member of the African Union in Qatar.
The Atlas Lions will face Spain in their last-16 tie on Tuesday.