One realistic aim for each African team at the World Cup

Each of Africa’s World Cup competitors will be dreaming of becoming the continent’s fourth representatives to reach the quarter finals or even break the glass ceiling and make the final four ahead of the start of this summer’s showpiece in Russia.

However, these aren’t necessarily realistic aims for the continent’s quintet, who face various obstacles – internal and external – as they look to go the distance.

In this feature, Kwes√©ESPN outline one realistic aim for each of Africa’s five World Cup representatives.

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