Egypt’s Olympic team managed to defeat its rival South Africa 2-0 in the friendly match that brought them together this evening.
face Egypt Olympic Team His South African counterpart is part of the preparation program for the Tokyo Olympics, which begins in July, at the Suez Stadium.
Mostafa Mohamed scored the two goals of Egypt against South Africa in the 18th and 54th minutes of the match.
The goals of the Egyptian Olympic team match against South Africa today
It is expected that the Egyptian Olympic team will face its South African counterpart in a new friendly next Sunday, before the end of the preparation camp for the Tokyo Olympics.
Referee Mohamed Adel launches the whistle for the start of the first half.
The beginning of the meeting
A dangerous opportunity for South Africa against Egypt
A quarter of an hour passed from the age of the meeting, and the negative tie continued
Gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool Mustafa Mohamed scores Egypt’s first Olympic team goal against South Africa in the 18th minute
Egypt’s first Olympic goal against South Africa
Mostafa Mohamed’s canceled goal against South Africa
Ahmed Fattouh’s shot against South Africa
Akram Tawfik’s injury moment
The referee blows the whistle at the end of the first half, with Egypt advancing with a goal scored by Mustafa Mohamed.
An Egyptian team is making two substitutions, with the participation of Imam Ashour and Ahmed Abdel Qader, instead of Akram Tawfik and Ahmed Yasser Rayan.
The referee blows the whistle for the start of the second half.
Gooooooooooooooooool Mustafa Mohamed adds Egypt’s second goal against South Africa in the 54th minute.
Mustafa Mohamed’s second goal against South Africa
South African goalkeeper deprives Osama Jalal of an accomplished goal
Two substitutions in the Egyptian national team, with the departure of Osama Jalal, Karim Iraqi and Ibrahim Adel, and the participation of Nasser Maher, Ammar Hamdi and Mahmoud Al-Jazzar in the 61st minute.
A new change in the ranks of the Egyptian team, with the departure of Mostafa Mohamed and the participation of Nassar Mansi in the 83rd minute.
The referee blows the whistle at the end of the match, with Egypt’s winning 2-0 against South Africa.