Cote d'Ivoire needed an outright win to qualify while a draw would still have been enough for Morocco.
Tunisia guaranteed top spot in World Cup qualifying Group A and secured their ticket to Russian Federation despite being held 0-0 at home by Libya on Saturday. Gbohouo was frozen while expecting Morocco's Khalid Boutaïb to get a touch to the ball, but when he didn't it still crept in at the far post.
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Needing just a point at home to already-eliminated Libya to assure their progression, they labored to a goalless draw.
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The 2004 African champions have now qualified for their fifth World Cup (1978, 1998, 2002, 2006).
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Tunisia finished with 14 points in Group A of the African preliminaries, one ahead of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, who fell short despite a 3-1 win over Guinea in Kinshasa.
Guinea's Ousmane Sidibe headed into his own net from a set piece after the hour mark, but the West Africans equalised 10 minutes later through Keita Karamokoba.
It will be Tunisia's first World Cup involvement since 2006 in Germany, and they join Morocco, Egypt, Senegal and Nigeria as Africa's five representatives in Russian Federation.
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Two goals in stoppage time, a Jonathan Bolingi penalty and a fine Neeskens Kebano strike, gave DR Congo their win, but it didn't matter as Tunisia held on for the draw in the other game to win the group by a single point.