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Republic of Ireland in Dublin On October 11, , Algeria returned to the top 20 African teams in the Fifa ranking by finishing first in their group ahead of Senegal , Gambia , and Liberia for the second round In the combined World Cup and African Cup of Nations qualifications. In the third and final round of the qualifiers , Algeria was joined by Zambia , Rwanda , and Egypt in group C. Egypt was widely considered the favorites to win the group and qualify for the World Cup.

However, in June , Algeria beat the double African champions Egypt 3β€”1 which ultimately changed the teams objectives from just qualifying for the African Cup of Nations, to qualifying for the World Cup after a year absence. The next game was against Zambia where the Desert Foxes managed to win 2β€”0 in Lusaka. Algeria then again beat Zambia at home in Blida 1β€”0 followed by a 3β€”1 win against Rwanda, the Algerians ensured that the qualification for the World Cup would go down to the wire with a final encounter against Egypt in Cairo , where only a loss by three goals would stop the Fennecs from going to South Africa.

Prior to the game the Algerian team bus was attacked in Cairo by Egyptian fans, leaving several team members injured. This led to a diplomatic row between the two countries. The attack prior to the game left the Algerian players in shock which resulted in a 2β€”0 loss in a controversial situation, conceding a goal just within a couple seconds from the final whistle.

The loss would mean that the two north African sides would have a to play a play-off game in Sudan with the winner qualifying to the world cup in South Africa.

Algeria won 1β€”0 after a stunning goal from Anthar Yahia and qualified for the World Cup for the third time in their history. So they came in the tournament full of confidence. After that loss Algeria had to prove that the first game was only a mistake and in the following game against Mali they won 1β€”0 thanks to a Rafik Halliche header.

In the last match, they drew 0β€”0 with Angola, which sent them to the second round, finishing with the same amount of points as Mali, but with a superior head-to-head record. After trailing 1β€”0, Karim Matmour equalized in the first half, the Algerians were having a great game but as the game was heading into extra time Keita gave the Ivorians the lead in the 89th minute, a goal which seemed sure to seal their victory.

However, the Algerians equalized with Madjid Bougherra just 2 minutes later in added time, and in extra time a perfect Karim Ziani cross found Hameur Bouazza who gave the Fennecs the lead. Algeria shocked the whole continent with a convincing win against a Cote Ivoire team that was considered the best in Africa. Next Algeria faced Egypt in the semi-finals, tensions were still high between the two nations after the World Cup qualification play-off incident and fans from both sides felt it was a must win game for them.

Unfortunately for Algeria, things did not go as planned. Algeria then lost 1β€”0 to Nigeria in the third place game and finished fourth in the competition. The north African side came in the tournament in poor form, losing nearly all their world cup preparation games in friendlies. In their first game they lost to Slovenia 0β€”1. Algeria exited the championship as one of two teams, along with Honduras , to fail to score a goal. A team in trouble After the World Cup, bad results were growing and growing with no wins.

Algeria failed to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations and the nightmare continued.


After a good game against Tanzania and a convincing win against The Central African Rep, the Algerian fans started to believe in their national team again and put all their trust in coach Vahid to revive the national team, and that is exactly what happened as the good results kept on coming, Algeria then beat Niger 3β€”0 in a friendly, and with the start of the Fifa World Cup qualifiers Algeria beat Rwanda 4β€”0 to start off brightly.

Qualifying for The African cup of Nations was the next target for Les Fennecs and they started off with beating Gambia 2β€”1 in Banjul followed by a 4β€”1 victory in Blida to advance to the final qualifying round, where the Algerians would take on north African neighbors Libya.

The desert warriors ended up winning 3β€”0 on aggregate against the Libyans to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations. In their second game against Togo , Algeria was widely expected to come out with a victory but again the lack of experience was once again crucial, after dominating the game, they conceded two goals and were officially eliminated from the competition.

The last game against Ivory Coast ended in a 2β€”2 draw. Algeria would then focus on their World cup qualifying campaign which they had a decent start to with one win and one loss, They continued their campaign winning 3β€”1 versus Benin at home and beating them again 3β€”1 away in Benin. After travelling to Kigali to face Rwanda , a 1β€”0 away victory guaranteed them the first-place position in their group which means they would advance to the final round of the qualifying campaign.

After topping group H, Algeria was drawn with Burkina Faso as their final opponent. The 1st leg was held in Burkina, and the second was in Algeria. The first leg ended in a 3β€”2 loss to Burkina Faso and it outraged a lot of Algerian fans as Burkina was awarded a false penalty. On 26 June, Algeria played Russia for second place in Group H, Russia scored the opening goal but Slimani became a hero by scoring the equalizer to carry Algeria to the second round of the World Cup for the first time.

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In the second round, Algeria were narrowly defeated by eventual champions Germany. Algeria lining up during the Africa Cup of Nations After their successful World Cup, Algeria gained respect and were once more considered as one of the best teams in Africa, with young and exciting players playing in top teams across Europe.

Algeria were drawn in a very difficult group that included South Africa , Ghana and Senegal. With every single team in the group being in top form, Algeria struggled in the first game against the South Africans and were a goal down before finally beating them 3β€”1, in the second game against Ghana, the Black stars were in desperate need of a victory after losing the first game to Senegal, while a draw for Algeria would guarantee them qualification to the next round.

After 90 minutes and while the game looked like it was heading to a goalless draw with neither sides looking dangerous, Asamoah Gyan struck before the final whistle to give a 1β€”0 victory to Ghana. In the last game of the group against Senegal, Algeria looked much better and after goals from Riyad Mahrez and youngster Nabil Bentaleb the Foxes were through to the next round. The Desert Foxes finished second in their group behind Ghana despite their goal difference due to their head to head record.

Ivory Coast awaited them, where Wilfried Bony would score twice for an eventual win for the Elephants, eliminating the Desert Foxes from the competition.

He re-assured the FAF with a 7β€”0 win against Tanzania to go through to the third round of the World Cup qualification. After a 3β€”3 draw against Ethiopia , Manager Christian Gourcuff resigned from his position. Interim Manager Nabil Neghiz took over while the FAF were searching for a new manager, leading them to 2β€”0 win against Seychelles which qualified them to the Africa Cup of Nations. Milovan Rajevac was appointed manager un June , but resigned after two games.