The date of the match between Egypt and Lebanon in the Arab Cup

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Getting ready Egypt national team To face Lebanon tomorrow, Wednesday, at the start of the two teams meetings in the fourth group of the Arab Cup, which started today in the Qatari capital, Doha.

The match between the Pharaohs and the Lebanese national team is scheduled to take place at 3:00 pm tomorrow, Wednesday, at Al Thumama Stadium, as part of the first round of the tournament.

The national team group in the Arab Cup, beside Lebanon, includes Algeria and Sudan, and the first and second from each group qualify for the quarter-finals.

Egypt’s confrontation with Lebanon is the seventh historically between the two teams, as the two teams met in 6 previous confrontations, 3 confrontations in Arab championships and the same in a friendly manner.

The Egyptian national team has historically surpassed Lebanon, as it succeeded in winning 5 matches and drawing one, scoring 22 goals and receiving two goals, the first of which was a penalty kick.

We review the previous 6 matches in the following report.

The first match was on September 8, 1961, in the Arab Games Championship, and it ended with Egypt winning 4-0.

The second match was on September 3, 1965, in the Arab Games Championship, and it ended with Egypt winning 3-0.

The third match was on July 15, 1988, in the Arab Games Championship, and it ended with Egypt winning 3-0.

The fourth match in 1995 in a friendly match at the (Municipality of Bourj Hammoud) stadium in the capital, Beirut, and it ended in a positive 1-1 draw.

The fifth match was on October 3, 2006, in a friendly match, and ended with Egypt winning by seven clean goals, scored by Emad Miteb (two goals), Mohamed Zidan (two goals), Ahmed Hossam Mido, Ahmed Hassan and Hossam Ghaly (goal).

The sixth match was on May 11, 2012, in a friendly match, and it ended with Egypt winning 4 goals against one. The goals of the Pharaohs were scored by Ahmed Saeed Oka, Ahmed Hassan Makki, Ahmed Temsah, Ahmed Khairy, and Ahmed Zreik scored for Lebanon from a penalty kick.

Although the tournament is a preparatory one for all the teams preparing themselves for the African or Asian Nations Cup or the World Cup qualifiers in the African and Asian continents, everyone came to Doha to win the title, which is worth $5 million..



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