Thursday , February 2 2023

Salah conquered Egypt's Moroccan cell



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Naim Sliti opened for Tunis after 13 minutes, but found that Mahmoud in Egypt, with his team "Tregeget," was attacked by Hassan's attack.

Egypt is ahead of Mohamed Salah. Photo: @ MoSalah / Twitter

Johannesburg – Mohamed Salah has won in recent minutes, as Tunisia has won a 100-percent record in Egypt.

Morocco defeated Cameroon in Casablanca with a score of 2: 0 and won one point in the final next year and the smallest Burundi defeated South Sudan 5-2.

Egypt and Tunisia have kept their positions in the final, but despite the two top J's appearances, the clashes in the final of the African Champions League last week were tense after the victory of Cairo's Al Ahli Tunisian club Esperance.

Naim Sliti opened for Tunis after 13 minutes, but found that Mahmoud in Egypt, with his team "Tregeget," was attacked by Hassan's attack.

Baher El Mohammadi sent Egypt in 59th minute, but defender Ahmed Haghi Sliatt sent the second blow 18 minutes later.

In the 90th minute, Salah scored another striker for his country.

Together with Tunisia, Tunisia is behind the group with 12 points out of five matches. Egypt has won four new matches after Russia's World Cup thanks to the new trainer Javier Agirre.

Abdul Razak Fiston's hat was inspired by Burundi's southern jubilee victory and the 9th place in the fifth match for the best C group.

Mali, eight and Gabon, seven, will meet on Saturday in Libreville, the previous round.

Burundi's decision to change international loyalty from Said Baha'Ayno has resulted in a result in Gabon at the last two qualifying tournaments in Hong Kong in the final in March.

Beracuno and Cedric Hamisy have achieved other goals in Burundi, and Atak Lalal and Dominique Aboi Koni have secured their first pre-election targets in the South. Morocco Hakim Ziyah penalized 54 minutes and 12 minutes later went to Casablanca for heavyweight boxing.

Cameroon is the host, as players play.

The World Cup qualifier is ongoing in Africa and on Saturday and Sunday, with 24 teams in the final, including Cameroon, Egypt, Madagascar, Senegal, and Tunis.

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