Nigeria, Senegal and Egypt had previously sealed their spots in Russian Federation next year.
Morocco have now qualified for their fifth World Cup (1970, 1986, 1994, 1998) and their first since France 1998.
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Tunisia and Morocco completed CAF's line up at the FIFA World Cup™, securing the last of Africa's berths at Russian Federation 2018.
Libya had been forced to play all of their home games at neutral venues, including Tunisia, because of a Federation Internationale de Football Association ban on internationals in the country, where the security situation is judged unsafe for visiting teams.
Tunisia last played at the World Cup in 2006.
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It will be Tunisia's first FIFA World Cup involvement since 2006 in Germany, and it joins Morocco, Egypt, Senegal and Nigeria as Africa's five representatives for Russian Federation 2018. Before today's matches, Morocco had 9 points while the Ivorians had 8 points; meaning the victor of the match would qualify.
A goalless stalemate at home to Libya was enough for the Eagles of Carthage to pip Congo DR to top spot in Group A, while Morocco recorded an impressive 2-0 victory away to Côte d'Ivoire.
Nabil Dirar gave the visitors the lead 25 minutes in, cutting in from the right and seeing his left-footed cross go all the way in, raising serious questions over goalkeeper Sylvain Gbohouo.
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It was unspectacular, but it got the job done and ultimately progressed with a one-point buffer after a late flurry helped DR Congo beat Guinea 3-1 in the group's other match. The Tunisians held on for the draw, though, and it turned out to be a precious point.