The events of the first half of a match ended Egypt women’s football team Under 20 years, led by Hussein Abdel Latif, and Morocco delayed the Pharaohs 1/3 in the first leg of the African World Cup Women Qualifiers, held in Petrosport Stadium, in the presence of a thousand fans after the approval of the security authorities.
The Moroccan team advanced with a goal in the 5th minute, then the Pharaohs tied through Nadine Yasser in the 33rd minute, and then Morocco advanced with two goals in less than 4 minutes.
The technical staff of the Egyptian team for women under 20, led by Hussein Abdel Latif, started his match against Morocco with a formation consisting of:
Farah Samir, Nadine Yasser, Amal Muhammad, Iman Qassem, Marwa Talaat, Yara Yasser, Hoda Shoukir, Israa Mohamed, Nada Rashwan, Basma Mohamed.
Amr Al-Janaini, President of the Football Association, and Walid Al-Attar, the Executive Director, were keen to attend the Egyptian women’s soccer match with Morocco under 20 years, led by Hussein Abdel Latif, which starts in the second half of Friday afternoon, in the first leg of the African qualifiers for the Women’s World Cup in Petrosport Stadium, and the match will be held In the presence of a thousand fans after the approval of the security authorities.
Signs of intense and serious focus on the players appeared during the last session that was held yesterday, and the technical staff led by Hussein Abdul Latif, Mustafa Munir General Coach and Faiza Haidar, the assistant coach, and Bassem Khairat, the coach of the guards, focused on the technical aspects, method of play and tactics that our team is playing the match, and participated in all recent exercises The players after the return here and well and dear Nadah for group training after completing the qualifying exercises under the supervision of Dr. Ahmed Bassiouni, the team doctor after recovering from ankle sprain injury.
Nadia Ramadan and Laila Zahir are absent from the Egyptian team in the match because of FIFA’s decision to prevent the birth of 2006 children from participating in the qualifiers, and Dr. Sahar Abdel Haq, the supervisor of the women’s ball, confirmed that she made all attempts to solve the crisis, but the International Federation insisted that the players not be born in 2006 and Hussein Abdel-Latif informed the two players, Nadia and Layla, and signs of extreme emotion appeared and reached the point of crying as they wanted to participate with the national team in the Morocco match after a period of preparation and focus in order to achieve the dream of officially representing Egypt in the World Cup qualifiers..
Dr. Sahar Abdel Haq, a member of the quinquennial committee and general supervisor of the women’s ball, confirmed the approval of the security authorities regarding allowing the presence of a thousand fans in the match of the national football team for women under 20 years in front of his Moroccan counterpart scheduled for this afternoon at the Petro Sport stadium in the first round of qualifying Africa qualifiers For the World Cup, statements of the names of those wishing to attend the match were prepared for submission to the security authorities for approval.