Cairo, October 1 (Arab Sports Service) – Portuguese coach Carlos Queiroz of Egypt’s new national team suddenly banned the two players of Al-Ahly Mohamed Sherif and Mohamed Magdy (Qafsha) from the two games against Libya in the World Cup. qualifications.
Sharif’s exclusion came a day after he scored two goals in the 2-0 win over Liberia in a friendly match with the participation of Qafsha, in the first match led by Queiroz, preferring to rely on Ahmed Hassan (Koka) ) and Mustafa Mohammed.
The professional trio outside of Egypt, Ahmed Yasser Rayan, Wissam Morsi and Karim Hafez, were absent from the final roster after being selected from a tentative list.
Also from the squad were Mustafa Fathi, the Zamalek wing, Ahmed Samir and Muhannad Lashin of the army’s pioneers, and Ali Gabr and Ahmed Tawfiq, the Pyramids defense duo.
Veteran Pyramids right-back Ahmed Fathi returned to the squad after a long absence alongside Al-Ahly defender Yasser Ibrahim.
Egypt will face Libya in the third and fourth rounds of Group F in the World Cup qualifiers on the eighth and eleventh of this month.
Libya leads the group with six points, against four points for Egypt and one point for Gabon, while Angola is bottom of the standings with no points.
Only the group leaders qualify for the final qualifying round, which includes a decisive match, the winner of which qualifies for the final in Qatar next year.
The lineup was as follows:
Goalkeepers: Mohamed El-Shennawy, Mohamed Abu Jabal, Mohamed Sobhi and Mohamed Bassam.
Defenders: Ahmed Fattouh, Ayman Ashraf, Mahmoud Hamdi (The Wench), Yasser Ibrahim, Ahmed Hegazy, Baher Al-Mohammadi, Akram Tawfiq and Ahmed Fathi.
Midfielders: Mohamed Elneny, Amr Al-Soliya, Tariq Hamed, Hamdi Fathi, Ibrahim Adel, Abdullah Al-Saeed, Ramadan Sobhi and Ahmed Sayed (Zizou).
Attackers: Mohamed Salah, Omar Marmoush, Ahmed Hassan (Koka), Mustafa Mohamed.