RECORD: Algeria goes 32 matches unbeaten

The Algeria national team has now gone 32 matches UNBEATEN following their victory today against Djibouti in the 2022 Qatar FIFA world cup qualifiers.

The desert foxes are now Africa’s record holder of the longest unbeaten in football history and only second to Italy in the world.

Italy hold the record for the longest unbeaten run in international football history, which ended at 37 games without defeat.

In September 2021, the Azzurri drew 0-0 with Switzerland in Basel in World Cup 2022 qualification to go a world record 36 games unbeaten and stand a chance of extending their record again today when they play Switzerland in their return match.

Meanwhile, Algeria have thumped Djbouti 0-4 to put one leg into the African World cup qualifiers playoffs.

The desert fox will only need a point at home when they host Burkina Faso for their final match in the group stage of the qualifiers whom they drew with in the first match.

Published by Calvin Kaumba Chikenge

I am a journalist. passionate about culture , sports and developmental story writing.

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