The English club Liverpool was keen to congratulate the Egyptian international, Mohamed Salah, for his leadership of the Egyptian team to beat Morocco 2-1, in the match that was held between them in the framework of the quarter-finals of the African Nations Cup currently being held in Cameroon.



The official account of Liverpool Club on Twitter published a picture of Mohamed Salah, commenting on it: A goal and an assist for Mo.. Congratulations to the great Mohamed Salah, who led the Egyptian team to the semi-finals of the 2021 African Cup of Nations.


A goal and an assist for Mo, as #TeamEgypt qualify for #AFCON2021 semi-finals 🇪🇬👑 pic.twitter.com/kbTGHVRTu6

— Liverpool FC (@LFC) January 30, 2022


The Egyptian national team will meet with the Cameroon national team at nine in the evening next Thursday, February 3, in the framework of the African Nations Cup semi-final matches.

Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian national team player, scored the first goal and made the second goal for Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet against Morocco in the framework of the African Nations Cup quarter-finals.


Egypt qualified for the semi-finals of the African Nations Championship, after beating Morocco with two goals to one, in the match that brought them together today at Ahmedou Ahidjo Stadium, to face Cameroon in the semi-finals.



The original time ended with a 1-1 draw, and Morocco’s Sofiane Boufal advanced in the 5th minute with a penalty kick in the first half, before Mohamed Salah equalized for the Pharaohs in the 54th minute, and Mahmoud Trezeguet scored the second goal in the first overtime.


The Egyptian team started the match with a formation that includes Mohamed Abu Jabal in goalkeeping, Omar Kamal Abdel Wahed, Mohamed Abdel Moneim, Ahmed Hegazy, Ahmed Fattouh, Mohamed Elneny, Amr Al-Sulayya, Ayman Ashraf, Mohamed Salah, Omar Marmoush and Mustafa Mohamed.


The technical staff of the Egyptian team, led by the Portuguese, Queiroz, excluded Mohamed El-Shennawy, goalkeeper, from the list of the Pharaohs against Morocco, after the injury he suffered in the last match against Côte d’Ivoire, with a strain in the back muscle, which needs 10 days of rest and then the start of rehabilitation. 

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