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Salah catches Carthage Eagles, snatches late victory for Egypt

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Egypt achieved a thrilling victory over Tunisia 3-2 in the 2019 African Nations Cup qualifier.

The Pharaohs shined against Tunisia presenting amazing performance, especially in the second half, crowned by Salah’s last minute goal which gave Egypt an important three points sharing the group leadership alongside Tunisia with 12 points.

Egypt’s three goals were through the winger, Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet, Baher el-Mohammady and Mohamed Salah. While Tunisia appeared in the game through Naim el-Seliti’s brace.

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Naim el-Seliti took the lead for Tunisia in the 13th minute before Trezeguet equalizes the score for Egypt in the 32nd minute. Baher el-Mohammady doubled the score in the 60th minute through a brilliant header.

El-Seliti scored Tunisia’s second goal in the 72nd minute before Salah’s last minute goal came in an amazing way.

The Pharaohs deserved to win after a strong performance and offensive game led by the Mexican coach, Javier Aguirre, and only individual mistakes gave Tunisia their two goals.

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The two teams met at Borg el-Arab stadium and their first match at Rades Stadium ended by a 1-0 victory for Tunisia through Taha Yassin Khneisi in June 2017.

The match was a good opportunity to push a number of new players who have joined the team during the current camp, or who have not had a chance in previous matches like the midfielder, Mohamed Mahmoud, and the striker, Taher Mohamed.

Aguirre continued his amazing run with the national team as he achieved four victories in four official games since he was appointed national team manager following Egypt’s world Cup early exit.

Egypt and Tunisia secured qualification for the tournament since the last round after Egypt achieved an away 2-0 victory over eSwatini, while Tunisia defeated Niger 2-1 in Niamey.

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Egypt’s Squash Team Crowned WSF Men’s World Champion After Defeating England

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Egypt’s squash team have won the  WSF Men’s World Team Squash Championship title in the USA after defeating England 2-0 in the final, during the tournament that was held in Washington DC. 

In the 26th edition of the championship, 23 nations have competed in the tournament which was hosted US Squash and held in the USA for the first time in 52 years.

This marks the fifth time for both the teams to compete in a final since 2005, it is also Egypt’s fifth win of the championship. Participating in the game were Ali Farag, the world’s current number one squash player), Karim Abdel Gawad and top players Tarek Momen and Mohamed Abouelghar.

“It feels amazing,” said Farag. “We came here as favorites on paper, but from the beginning it was tough and we were dropping games and matches, which shows the level of squash. Especially today, you saw the match between Dec and Karim, it was world class and I’m glad to have been part of it.”

 

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FIBA Women’s Club Champions Cup to be Held For the First time in Egypt

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Egypt has been announced as the official host for the FIBA Women’s Club Champions Cup, this will mark Egypt’s very first time to host the event, which will be held from December 6th until December 15th at the Cairo Indoor Stadium.

The announcement was made earlier by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) for Africa, now Egypt is expected to host the competition’s 34th tournament.

Egypt has gave quite the impressive performance at the 3×3 Africa Cup that was held earlier this month in Uganda, after the women’s national team’s remarkable victory over Mali.

That wasn’t the only highlight of the tournament, Soraya Mohamed was certainly another delight as she was named the Top Scorer for Afrobasket 2019. 

We are just so proud to see Egypt hosting more and more sporting events, and killing it in the process.

 

 

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Egypt Qualifies For Tokyo Olympics After 3-0 Win Over South Africa

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Egypt has successfully secured a spot in the Olympic Games for the very first time since 2012 after an incredible win over South Africa in the semi-final of the U23 African Cup of Nations that took place last night.

South Africa did great in the first half but eventually the Egyptian team pulled a 3-0 win, and by that qualified to the Olympics and will be heading to Tokyo next year.

Ramadan Sobhi scored a goal from the penalty spot in the 59th minute, while Abdel Rahman Magdy managed to score in the 85th and 89th minutes.

This brings so much joy to Egyptian fans seeing that it is Egypt’s first qualification, since the 2012 London Olympics.

The Pharaohs will be facing Ivory Coast in the final on Friday November 22, in the Cairo International Stadium. 

Congratulations to Egypt’s beloved team, and we can’t wait to cheer you all the way to Tokyo next year!

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