The national team is playing its main training session at Al-Shuhada Stadium, in preparation for facing Libya tomorrow

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The Egyptian national football team, led by the Portuguese Carlos Queiroz, is playing its only and last training at the Benina Martyrs Stadium in Libya, in preparation for facing the Libyan team tomorrow, Monday at nine in the evening, Cairo time, in the fourth round of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and the Pharaohs aspire to achieve any positive result against the national team. Libya to ensure that they continue to top Group F and preserve the hopes of the Pharaohs to qualify for the play-off match, as the regulations stipulate that only the first-placed team will qualify.

Queiroz and the assistant staff were also keen to meet with the players and motivate them to achieve a victory over the Libyan national team at home in order to continue to be at the top of the group, especially since the victory brings the Pharaohs close to qualifying by a very large percentage, as it occupies the top of the group with 7 points, then Libya second with 6 points Angola has 3 points, and Gabon is in the last place with one point. In the event that the Pharaohs win against Libya and then beat Gabon in Cairo, the card will be officially qualified for the final match.

The Portuguese coach, Carlos Queiroz, coach of the Egyptian national team, expressed his happiness over his victory over his Libyan counterpart, in the match that took place between them, on Friday, at the Burj Al Arab Stadium in the third round of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Queiroz said: “We deserved the three points and I expected to win against Libya and we played good football. The players of the Egyptian national team are doing their best, and the preparation for the Libya match started early, and it was necessary to score more goals than that, as there was a high focus against Libya and attempts to Every ball in the game.

Queiroz continued: “Libya led because of their strength and that they have a good coach, and we had to focus in order to win, which is what happened, and we are leading the group now and we will fight until the end to maintain the lead.”

In a related context, officials of the Egyptian Embassy in Libya provided special security to accompany the Pharaohs’ mission anywhere and to maintain the focus of the players and the technical staff for the upcoming match tomorrow in order to facilitate their mission.

The entire Egyptian team, after its arrival in Libya, also conducted a Corona smear, at the request of the Confederation of African Football, 48 hours before the match, and its result will appear today, as is followed before each official match.





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