The end of the first half.
45′ three minutes of overtime.
42′ Iheanacho sprints from the middle and opens with Awoniyi on the right. Forehand kicks are placed and El-Shennawy defends with two halves.
41′ Hamdi and Aouni return to the field without any problems.
40′ Mahmoud Hamdy, defender from Egypt. head high up. The player receives medical care on the field.
40′ Awoniyi, striker from Nigeria. head high up. The player receives medical attention.
38′ Ndidi is taking risks from outside the area and the ball crosses the goal line.
pressure from Nigeria
37′ Nigeria advances on a counterattack through the middle with Iheanacho and the striker makes a deep vertical throw to Onyi, but El-Shennawy arrives first and blocks.
30′ A wonderful goal! Moussa Simon crosses from the left and Hegazy makes a partial cut. Joe Aribo dominates the left at the entrance to the area and plays for Iheanacho. The midfielder kills the ball in his chest and turns to kick El-Shennawy in the left corner to open the scoring.
25′ Joe Aribo makes a good move across the middle and opens for Moussa Simon on the left. Forward controls the area and shoots, but hits out of the net.
Once again, again, again
23′ Three dead balls halfway through the first half. Bring a pump for calibration.
20′ start-up and great speed. Egypt relies on Salah’s talent for quick contacts in the offensive field, but it is well characterized by the Nigerians, who are beginning to dominate more on the field.
15′ Salah advances through the middle and shoots for Trezeguet, but Okoye leaves the goal to remove the danger.
Nigeria’s first arrival
12′ Chukwueze tries twice and shoots and shoots goalkeeper Mohamed El-Shennawy.
alternative in Egypt
11′ Sai Akram Tawfik e entra Mohamed Abdelmonein.
11′ Akram Tawfik, right back for Egypt. The player receives medical care on the field.
10′ Salah begins to appear in the match as captain of the Egypt national team. He called up striker Ahmed Fattouh, but Okoye leaves the goal to stave off danger.
Introducing Egypt’s first
5′ Mustafa Mohamed appears on the right and risks a good save for Okoye.
everything is ready
The ball will be rolling in moments.
Referee and players from both teams on the field.
although Jose Pesero The position of the new Nigeria coach was announced at the end of last December, who will lead the Super Eagles on the bench will be Augustine IguafuenAssistant coach of the national team who called and organized the final work of the team in preparation for the African Nations Cup.
It will be the first match between the selections and the first match of Group D. The other match of the group will be played at 16:00 between Sudan with Guinea Bissau At the same Rumde Adega stadium.
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The Africa Cup of Nations is the main tournament for the national teams of the African continent, and is equivalent to the Copa America, the Gold Cup and the European Cup for example. Cameroon was on its way to host the event in 2019, but due to problems in the country, it was moved to Egypt. After the meeting, it was decided again that the Cameroonians would host the event in 2021, Ivory Coast in 2023 and Guinea in 2025. With the spread of the novel coronavirus epidemic, the calendar has become disorganized around the world and the idea of holding it has left the competition in a period that does not conflict with the European season of the next cycle. The Africa Cup of Nations matches started last Sunday (9) until 6 February.
Follow all the action of the Nigeria vs Egypt match live online here at VAVEL Brasil. The match will take place at the Rumde Adega stadium, in Garoua / CMR, at 1 pm on Tuesday (11) and will be valid for the first appearance of the two teams in Group D of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.
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Seven titles – 1957, 1959, 1986, 1998, 2006, 2008 and 2010
Two summers – 1962 and 2017
Three third places – 1963, 1970 and 1974
Three fourth places – 1976, 1980 and 1984
He played 100 matches, 57 wins, 17 draws, 26 losses, 164 goals scored and 68 goals conceded.