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AFCON: How Egypt's defeat to Nigeria helped us beat Guinea-Bissau -Salah

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AFCON : How Egypt 's defeat to Nigeria helped us beat Guinea-Bissau -Salah

16 January 2022Mohamed Salah got back among the goals for Egypt on Saturday as his second-half strike handed the record seven-time African champions a crucial 1-0 win over Guinea-Bissau in Garoua that was not without controversy.He explained that a previous loss to Nigeria in their AFCON opener heleped them to be better arranged against Guinea-Bissau.

Salah’s first-time finish at the back post in the 69th minute got his and his team’s campaign in Cameroon up and running after they had lost 1-0 to Nigeria in their opening Group D game.However, Guinea-Bissau were left fuming after a stunning 82nd-minute strike by Mama Balde was ruled out following a VAR review.

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Published 16 January 2022 Mohamed Salah got back among the goals for Egypt on Saturday as his second-half strike handed the record seven-time African champions a crucial 1-0 win over Guinea-Bissau in Garoua that was not without controversy.January 15, 2022 “We have a new coach and a new generation.According to the Lagos State Sports Commission, the centres were established with sponsorship from the private sector.The global brand brought in its technology to the African football event that kicked off on January 9 to run till February 6, 2022 at Olembe Stadium in Yaounde, with the host country, Cameroun facing Burkina Faso.

He explained that a previous loss to Nigeria in their AFCON opener heleped them to be better arranged against Guinea-Bissau. Salah’s first-time finish at the back post in the 69th minute got his and his team’s campaign in Cameroon up and running after they had lost 1-0 to Nigeria in their opening Group D game. “We will fight in this tough competition and believe in our chances and where we can go,” Salah said. However, Guinea-Bissau were left fuming after a stunning 82nd-minute strike by Mama Balde was ruled out following a VAR review. When Nigeria took on Egypt in their first Group match on Tuesday, all the centres were jampacked with Nigerians coming out in their numbers to show their support for their darling Eagles, who eventually won with 1 – 0. Egypt, who also hit the woodwork three times, will feel they deserved the victory on the balance of play and Carlos Queiroz’s team now need only draw their last group game against neighbours Sudan in Yaounde on Wednesday to guarantee safe passage to the last 16. He said: “This win is for Egyptian fans who believed in their team. He said, “We have a new coach and new generation. CAF is ready to embrace blockchain-based technology and its impact on the future of African football development.

After the defeat against Nigeria we had to rearrange ourselves. “We deserved to win by a bigger margin, but luck was not on our side.” In this article. “We will fight in this tough competition and believe in our chances and where we can go.” “It was a really tough game and we were a little bit lucky with the foul,” Salah admitted to broadcasters at the end of the match.” Before Saturday’s game, Quieroz had apologised for his outburst against Nigeria. “We have to win our next game now to make sure we qualify and we will do our best to go as far as we can in the tournament.” Salah, who had not scored in any of his previous six appearances for Egypt this season, struck the post with just 84 seconds played. ALSO READ: AFCON 2021: Why I played better against Egypt than previous matches under Rohr – Moses Simon But the Portuguese coach has exonerated Nigeria of any blame for the referee’s decision.

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