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Former Egypt national team goalkeeper Essam El-Hadary has had his gloves from the 2018 World Cup showcased at the FIFA World Museum.
El-Hadary broke a new record in 2018 when he started for Egypt against Saudi Arabia in the 2018 World Cup.
The 46-year-old was named the oldest player to play in a FIFA World Cup match after making his debut in the world’s grand stage.
Since making his debut in 1996, El-Hadary has made a total of 159 appearances for the Egyptian national team.
The former Al Ahly goalkeeper had an outstanding career where he won eight Egyptian Premier League titles, four Egypt Cup titles, four Egypt Super Cup titles, a Swiss Cup title, and four AFCON titles before retiring in July.
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