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Posted on: Saturday, January 15, 2022 – 4:16 am | Last update: Saturday January 15, 2022 – 5:03 AM

The Pharaohs raise the slogan “There is no alternative to winning” in front of the dreamers of achieving their greatest achievements

The first national team will play its second match in the African Nations Cup, taking place in Cameroon at nine o’clock this evening, Saturday, when it meets Guinea-Bissau, in a confrontation in which it seeks to reconcile the fans after the defeat against Nigeria by a clean goal in the first round of the group stage.

The national team is looking to revive its hopes of qualifying for the playoffs from Group D, as losing any new point in the next two matches means that the Pharaohs will enter the Berma Hesba, and wait for qualification accounts among the top 4 teams that have achieved third place in the group stage.

The national team raises the slogan “There is no alternative to winning” in the first confrontation in its history against Guinea-Bissau, which is participating in the African Nations for the third time in a row, especially after the record holder in the number of times to win the tournament received the first defeat in the history of its opening matches in the African Nations. Since losing to Senegal in 2002.

And the Portuguese national team coach, Carlos Queiroz, realizes that achieving a result other than the victory will intensify the criticism directed at him from Egyptian football followers, especially after the team was unable to score during its last three matches in various competitions, to remain fasting for 5 hours of play. Almost, as he failed to score against the teams of Tunisia, Qatar and Nigeria, despite the arrival of professional stars abroad led by Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star and top scorer in the English Premier League this season.

The Portuguese Queiroz will miss the services of the right and left back in today’s meeting after the injury of Akram Tawfiq and Ahmed Fattouh, and it is expected that he will rely on Omar Kamal Abdel Wahed and Ayman Ashraf instead.

The Egyptian team will be required to be wary of the Guinea-Bissau team, which was close to getting the three points against Sudan in the last round, as it dreams of achieving a surprise and ascending to the playoffs of the African Nations for the first time in its history.

In the same context, the Nigerian team is facing its Sudanese counterpart for the first time in 46 years in the African Nations, for the account of the same group, as the Green Eagles team seeks to officially qualify for the next round if the victory is achieved, while looking for the Hawks who returned to participate in the tournament after the absence of 10 Years, for a victory or a draw with the taste of victory, will keep his hopes in the tournament until the last round.





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