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World Egypt scatters Sudan and joins the quarterbacks / Arabic (1st round)

22:38  04 december  2021
22:38  04 december  2021 Source:   sport365.fr

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L’Egypte éparpille le Soudan et rejoint les quarts / Coupe Arabe (1er tour) © Panoramic Egypt scatters Sudan and joins the quarterbacks / Arabic Cup (1st round)

Egypt has upgrade Sudan (5 -0) and won its qualification for the quarter-finals of the FIFA Arab Cup on Saturday in Doha.

After Morocco and Algeria, Egypt won its qualification for the quarter-finals of the FIFA Arab Cup on Saturday in favor of its victory over Sudan (5-0) . There was no match between the two countries crossed by the Nile, since the pharaohs did not put a handful of minutes to make the break, by Refaat (4th), and a quarter of an hour to Make the break, on a zizo penalty (13th). El-Wensh gave the more comfortable score still (31st), before the expulsion of Yasir just before the break does not put a new blow behind the head of the Sudanese. then reduced to nine by the exclusion of abdalla (56th), the men of Hubert Velud saw impotent Pharaohs corser the addition by Hussein Faisal (57th) then by Mohamed Sherif (80E). With nine goals cashed for zero marked in two games, Sudan frankly worries to five weeks of the CAN.

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