The Olympic team revealed the nature of the injury suffered by Akram Tawfiq, the first team player in Al-Ahly Club, during his participation in the Pharaohs match against South Africa, a friendly.
Akram Tawfiq had suffered a severe foot injury one minute before the end of the first half of the match, after a violent intervention in the middle of the field with the South African player, as he showed signs of severe pain, even while the medical staff was treating him, so coach Shawky Gharib replaced him between My match.
Motamed Gamal, assistant coach in the technical staff of the Olympic team, explained that Akram Tawfiq’s injury is a bruise in the cane, noting that the player wanted to complete the match normally.
Gamal said in statements to On Time Sports, “Akram Tawfik suffered a bruise in the man’s shin. He wanted to complete the match, and not be replaced. But Shawky Gharib, the coach, preferred to rest him as the match was a training session.”
The Olympic national team had won a friendly match against South Africa with two goals without a response, in the match that took place at the Suez Stadium, but it is expected that another match will bring them together next Sunday.