Egypt’s junior national team beat Tunisia by three and is close to qualifying for the African Nations CupThank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
The Egyptian national junior national team, born in 2006, led by Mohamed Wahba, won its Tunisian counterpart 3/1 in the match that brought them together on Friday evening at the July 5 Stadium in the matches of the second round of the North African Under-17 Championship held in Algeria and qualified for the African Nations Cup.
The goals of the Egyptian junior national team came through Ayman Amir Abdel Aziz in the 17th minute of the first half, after a shot into the net of the Tunisia goalkeeper, then Omar Sayed Moawad reinforced in the 52nd minute the second goal from the goal, and the Carthage Eagles players reduced the difference with a goal in the 80th minute, then scored Hossam Adel, the third goal of the Pharaohs in the last minute of the life of the meeting.
The victory of the Egyptian junior national team is the first in the North African U-17 Championship qualifying for the African Nations Cup, as it was defeated by the Libyan team in the first round.
The events of the match witnessed a debate between the players of the two teams, where the danger of the Egyptian team players appeared through Omar Sayed Moawad, Omar Khader, Ayman Amir Abdel Aziz and Ali Ihab, and goalkeeper Abdel Moneim Tamer brilliance after saving more than one dangerous ball by the Tunisian team players.
The Egyptian junior national team played the match as follows:
Goalkeeper: Abdel Moneim Tamer.
Defense: Mohamed Abdel Moneim, Mohamed Nabih, Ahmed Abdeen, Ibrahim Adel.
Midfield: Tibo Abrial, Ali Ihab, Marwan Mahmoud, Omar Moawad, Omar Khader.
Attack: Ayman Amir.
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