Egypt takes a step towards qualifying for the 2022 World Cup...

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Mohamed Elneny scored the first goal for Egypt against Angola

The Egyptian national football team qualified for the final stage of the African qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, after drawing two goals against its Angolan counterpart.

While the Algerian team needs one point from its next match, in which it hosts its rival Burkina Faso, as for the Moroccan team, which decided its qualification for the last stage of the qualifiers early, it strengthened its lead by reaching the 15th point.

The Egyptian team won a tie with Angola, the top of Group F, with 11 points, which qualifies it to enter the final stage of the qualifiers next March.

Qualification for the final stage is considered settled, regardless of the outcome of Egypt’s match with Gabon, which will be held next Tuesday in Egypt.

The ranking of the teams in the group led by Egypt is as follows, Egypt is 11 points, Gabon is in second place with 7 points, Libya is in third place with 6 points, and Angola is in fourth place with 4 points.

Angola opened the scoring in the 25th minute of the first half with a goal scored by Helder Costa, with a direct shot on the goal of Egypt.

The second goal was scored by the player indifferent from a penalty kick, while Egypt’s player Mohamed Elneny reduced the difference between the two teams after scoring the first goal for Egypt in the first minute of overtime for the first half.

Akram Tawfik tied for Egypt, led by Portuguese coach Carlos Queiroz, in the 59th minute of the match.

The match witnessed a large number of missed opportunities, including a pass that the Egyptian and Liverpool star Mohamed Salah could not catch in the 42nd minute of the first half.

And the Egyptian team knew that it only needed a draw, that is, to get one point, to top Group F of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.

Egypt won the first leg and return matches last October against Libya in the third and fourth rounds of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.

The Gabon team also won a victory over its Libyan counterpart on Friday, after the match ended in Gabon with a goal without a response scored by Aubameyang.

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The Algerian national football team was close to reaching the final stage of the qualifiers after an easy victory over the Djibouti team with four goals without a response in the match that was held on Friday, in the first group.

Algeria leads the group by two points from Burkina Faso, which is in second place. The two teams are preparing for a match that will bring them together next Tuesday in the Algerian national team.

Algeria still needs at least one point from its last game in the group, while Burkina Faso needs to win.

As for the Moroccan team, which decided to rise early, it strengthened its lead in the ninth group, after achieving a broad victory with three clean goals against its host, the Sudanese team.

Ryan Mayi scored Morocco’s first goal in the third minute, before boosting it with the second, in the 63rd minute.

Imran Loza scored the third and final goal for Morocco in the 90th minute.

With this result, Morocco raised its score to 15 points, while the balance of the Sudanese team stopped at two points.

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