Olunga and Juma are the most dangerous … the strengths and weaknesses of the Kenyan team against Egypt

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Despite the technical differences for the Egyptian national team from the Kenyan national team, the latter sees himself able to achieve a positive result. In front of the pharaohs In the match that will bring the two teams together the day after tomorrow, Thursday, in the fifth round of the group stage qualifiers for the African Nations in Cameroon 2021.

The Kenyan team is playing its match against Egypt, and it ranks third in the Group G ranking table in the qualifiers, with 3 points, behind Egypt’s leaders with 8 points and close to officially qualifying for Alcan, then Comoros, the runner-up, late on goal difference, while Togo comes last. There is one point in balance.

Fought The Kenyan national team is under the leadership of coach Jacob Most MollyFour matches in the qualifiers for the African nations 2021, in Group Seven, he did not win and tied in 3 matches, scored 4 goals and conceded 5 goals.

Kenya coach Jacob
Kenya coach Jacob

The most prominent technical feature of the Kenyan national team is its ability to return and correct the situation, after being late in the result, as it scored 4 goals, including 3 after being late in the score.

The profuse passing is also the most prominent of their qualifiers, as they passed 1,568 passes with an accuracy rate of 77%, threatening the opponents’ goal with 23 out of 60 passes.

The Kenyan team is very good at cross balls, which is a dangerous weapon in the presence of the attacking duo, Michael Olonga, the Qatari striker, Al-Duhail, and Masoud Jumaa, the new defense player.

But despite this, Kenya remains weak in front of the Egyptian team, due to the superiority in all lines on the field in favor of the Pharaohs, especially in light of the organizational randomness inside the stadium, which is what favors Egypt to resolve the match.

Olonga
Olonga

ويد Olonga is the most prominent offensive weapon Which threatens the goal of the Pharaohs, and appeared in front of Al-Ahly in the Club World Cup in Qatar.

Olonga participated in 6 matches with Al-Duhail, Qatar, and scored 3 goals, while he appeared in the Club World Cup twice and did not score any goals, and did not score any goals with his country’s national team in the qualifiers.

Friday
Friday

As for Masoud Jumaa, the striker of Al-Defaa Al-Jadida, he played 4 matches in the Moroccan League and scored a goal, and scored one goal for his country in the qualifiers.

The Kenya list in the Egypt match attests to the absence of Viktor Wanyama, the Tottenham player, and Jacob’s refusal to talk about a player who is not on his country’s list.

The list of the Kenya national team was as follows:

Goalkeepers: Ian Ottino (ZESCO United) – James Saroni (Olenzi Stars) – Joseph Oakuth (Commercial Bank)

Defense: Joseph Okumu (Elsburg Sweden) – Erik Uma (Ek Sweden) – Josh Onyango (Simba, Tanzania) – Johnston Umarwa (Wazito) – Nahashon Elimbe (Commercial Bank) – Aaron Mauli (Olenzi Stars) – Daniel Sakari (Kariobangi Sharks) – Baraka Badi (Commercial Bank)

Midfielders: Anthony Akumo (Kaiser Chiefs, South Africa) – Doc Apia (Nkana) – Cliff Niakia (Egyptian Z) – Duncan Utino (Leopards) – Lawrence Goma (Sofabaka) – Kenneth Mojana (Jormahia) – Kevin Simio – Danson Chathambe (Bandari) James Mazembe (Kariobangi Sharks) – David Ueno (Napsa Stars) – Kevin Kimani (Wazito) – Boniface Mosheri (Tusker) – Abdullah Hassan (Bandari(

The attack: Michael Olonga (Al-Duhail, Qatar) – Masoud Jouma (JSK) – Eric Kabatio (Kariobangi Sharks) – Elvis Rabia (Leopards).



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