The Egyptian handball team moves to the Cairo stadium hall at 5 pm this evening, in preparation for the confrontation with Macedonia scheduled for 7 pm, in its second confrontation in Group G of the World Handball Championship Egypt 2021, which will be held on the land of Mahrousa and will continue until January 31.
The focus is on the Pharaohs before confronting the Macedonian national team, in order to improve performance and remedy the mistakes of Chile’s first match in the World Cup.
Barondo Garcia seeks to control the performance and the result to remedy the mistakes of the first game against Chile, which saw the team win 35/29 in the kick-off, before facing Sweden on Monday at the end of the first round.
The Egyptian national team will meet its Macedonian counterpart instead of the Czech Republic, after it apologized for not participating and announced its withdrawal due to the emergence of Corona cases in more than one player before arriving in Egypt.
The team’s list includes: Karim Hindawi – Essam Al-Tayyar – Omar Al-Wakeel – Ahmed Moamen – Ali Zain – Yahya Al-Daraa – Hassan Qaddah – Ahmed Hisham Al-Sayed – Saif Al-Daraa – Islam Hassan – Yahya Khaled – Ahmed Al-Ahmar – Mohsen Ramadan – Muhammad Sanad – Akram Yousry – Muhammad Mamdouh Hashem – Ibrahim Al-Masry – Wissam Nawar – Abdel Rahman Faisal – Ahmed Hisham Sisah.
For his part, Minister of Youth and Sports Dr. Ashraf Sobhi agreed with Dr. Hala Zayed, Minister of Health, to start conducting a PCR analysis for the emerging corona virus every 24 hours for all teams participating in the tournament, members of federations and organizing committees, hotel workers, medical teams, and all participants and those inside the medical bubble.
This comes within the framework of continuous coordination and follow-up by the Ministers of Youth, Sports and Health, to implement the medical insurance plan for the World Handball Championship, in order to pay attention to the public health of Egypt’s guests from various countries of the world, and to tighten preventive, precautionary and medical measures in conjunction with the state’s efforts to address the emerging corona virus. .