Egypt Filed Complaint Against Senegal For Attacking Soccer Play And Racism

SENEGAL (March 31, 2022)– Egypt failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup after losing to Senegal on Tuesday night. Citing events that took place before, during and after the second leg match, the Egyptian Football Association filed a complaint with FIFA.

The Egyptian Football Federation (EFF) tweeted “The Egyptian Football Federation has made an official complaint against its Sengal counterparts to the match observer, the security officer, the AFF “Kaf” and the FIFA “Fifa”, before the start of the match between the two teams that come to the end of the qualifiers for the Cup A world.”

The Egyptian national team is exposed to racism after insulting signs appeared on the grounds of the match stadium for players, especially Mohamed Salah, the team leader, as the fans terrorized the players by throwing bottles and stones at them during the warm-up operation, as well as showing the buses of the Egyptian mission to attack What caused her glass to smash, and some suffered injuries and injuries, and he What has been documented with photos and videos attached to the complaint.”
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On Tuesday night, the Pharaohs lost their place in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to the Senegalese Lions of Teranga after a fierce penalty shootout Tuesday (3-1) and a more than effervescent atmosphere in the stands.

Photos published by the Federation show broken windows of the bus carrying the Pharaohs, banners of insults against Mohamed Salah and Senegalese fans terraced addressing derogatory gestures to Egyptian players.

Liverpool star Mo Salah missed penalty contributed to Egypt’s shootout loss to Senegal in African qualifying and video footage showed him being shielded from objects thrown at him as he left the field. It was a sad way to end another disappointing episode in an international career that has yet to yield any silverware.

Salah went into the 2018 World Cup carrying a shoulder injury and wasn’t at his best as the Egyptians exited at the group stage. He has lost in the final of two African Cup of Nations tournaments and now he won’t be at the World Cup taking place when he’s at the peak of his powers. For now, the 29-year-old Salah will have to settle for winning titles with Liverpool, for whom he is spearheading an unlikely bid for a quadruple of trophies this season.


Source: EFA wrote the original article.

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