Egypt’s team won 3-0 in Libya, on October 11, 2021 in Benghazi, in Group F of the qualification for the World Cup 2022. Thanks to this success, the Egyptians take the lead. against 6 for the Libyans.
Egypt’s team has not yet qualified for the final round of the African qualifiers in WC 2022. But the Egyptians are not very far behind their 3-0 success against Libya, on October 11, 2021 in Benghazi. Thanks to this success, the Pharaohs have, in fact, virtually eliminated the Knights of the Mediterranean from the race for first place in Group F.
Mohamed Salah and his team now have 10 points against 6 for Libya, two days from the end of these qualifiers.
A logical result when Africa’s seven-time champions were effective, three days after a short victory (1-0 in Alexandria) against the same Libyans.
Successful debut for Carlos Queiroz In the 39th minute, Ahmed Fatouh, for example, ended a beautiful Egyptian collective movement with a sharp left foot: 0-1. Shortly after, it was Mostafa Mohamed who doubled the bet with a cruise: 0-2, 45th + 4.
In the second period, the selection now controls the Portuguese Carlos Queiroz and even widens the gap via Ramadan Sobhy: 3-0, 72nd.
This score puts Egypt in an ideal situation before playing in Angola (day 5) and receiving Gabon (day 6) in November.
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