Watch an explosion of joy, flares and fireworks in Algiers as the Desert Foxes makes it through to the last sixteen of the World Cup.
Thursday 26th June was a momentous day for Algerian football after the Desert Foxes qualified for the second round of the World Cup for the first time in their history.
Wild celebrations were sparked among Algerian communities across the globe, but none matched up to those in Algiers, where red flares were lit and fireworks fired into the sky when Algeria’s qualification was confirmed.
With Algeria set to face one of the tournament favourites, Germany, in the last sixteen, we dread to think what celebrations might kick off if they make it to the quarter finals.
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