Islam Al-Shater, the former Al-Ahly player, revealed that there is news confirming that Mohamed El-Shennawy, the goalkeeper of the Egyptian national team and Al-Ahly team, was injured and did not complete the training of the Pharaohs on Tuesday evening in preparation for the two matches of the Libyan team in the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.
Islam Al-Shater said during his presentation of the “The Big House” program broadcast on Al-Ahly channel: “Al-Shennawy did not complete the team’s training on Tuesday evening due to pain in the back muscle, and we hope that the player is healthy.”
Al-Shater added: “We are all in the midst of our national team, and we are talking about the absence of Mohamed Sharif and Mohamed Magdy Afsha, because we care about the team being in the best picture.”
The Egyptian national team trained this evening in preparation for the meeting with Libya next Friday, with the participation of all its players, after the arrival of Mohamed Salah, as the last player to join the team.
Mohamed Salah was keen to hold a session with the Portuguese Carlos Queiroz on the sidelines of the team’s training, and to talk about some details of the team’s preparations and its plan for the next stage.
Today, Mohamed Salah, the captain of the national team and the Liverpool star, joined the team’s camp in Borg El Arab, coming from Cairo Airport, which he arrived this morning, while he will participate with the team in its evening training, which will be held at the Army Stadium in Borg El Arab.
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