Thanks to Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, Egypt Qualifies for World Cup

Thanks to Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, Egypt Qualifies for World Cup

Thanks to Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, Egypt Qualifies for World Cup

An stoppage-time penalty from Mohamed Salah indeed ensured the Pharaohs qualification for next year's World Cup finals in Russian Federation.

Deep into injury time Salah stepped up when his country were awarded a crucial penalty, sparking dramatic celebrations on and off the pitch at the Borg El Arab Stadium in Alexandria.

His dramatic victor sparked wild scenes of celebration both on and off the pitch, as several players and fans took to the field to celebrate while supporters wept with joy in the packed stands.

Players, fans and even stewards rushed to celebrate with Salah, the hero who delivered Egypt their first place at a World Cup since 1990, astonishing given they're one of Africa's most prominent footballing nations.

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"We have to assess where we are injury-wise, but I won't be releasing players", he told his post-match press conference. Well, in the end it is to win matches and making sure we qualified for the World Cup was crucial".

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Egyptian FA president Hany Abo Rida said the Pharaohs will start their preparations for the 2018 World Cup starting from their upcoming game against Ghana in the final round of the the qualifiers.

Egypt are the unassailable leaders of Group E, four points ahead of second-placed Uganda with just one match remaining.

Their latest attempt to do so had seen Argentine coach Cuper forced to take medication for high blood pressure.

Should he play next year, Egypt goalkeeper El Hadary could become the oldest player at a World Cup ever.

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