Egypt beat Comoros 4-0 to top Group G | VIDEO

Egypt beat Comoros 4-0 to top Group G

Egypt claimed an easy 4-0 win over Comoros in the last round match at Cairo International Stadium.

Egypt’s national football team took another successful step in the AFCON qualifiers after beating Comoros FC 4-0 home in the sixth round.

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Four first-half goals by Liverpool star Mohamed Salah, Mohamed Afsha, and Arsenal midfielder Mohammed Elneny granted last Quaifir’s runners-up a precious three points to continue their perfect start of the group stage campaign of Africa’s nations competition.

The Pharohs’ dominance continued in the significant minutes as Mohamed Sherif sent a perfect pass to Mohamed Salah, who cleverly added the third goal and his second personal goal from a clear shot just 20 minutes before the end of the first half.

On the other hand, despite the several changes made by Comoros boss Amir Abdou in the starting line-up, Comoros failed to pose a real threat to the hosts in the first and second half.

The Pharaohs made amends for their poor display against Kenya last week 1-1 with an entertaining display, especially in the first half, are you looking to make some extra money online? try australianonlinecasinosites they got incredibly generous bonuses.

Coach Hossam El-Badry made six changes to the team that played in Nairobi, bringing in defenders Ali Gabr, Abdallah Gomaa and Omar Gaber, midfielders Elneny and Amr El-Sulaya, in addition to Mohamed Sherif as a lone striker.

Earlier, the national team recovered from the unexpected shocking draws with Kenya and Comoros in their first two matches in Group G, when they claimed two home and away victories over Togo.

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