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Egypt-Ghana: Radiant Kudus, transparent Williams... the tops and the flops


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Egypt-Ghana: Radiant Kudus, transparent Williams... the tops and the flops


Author of a double, Mohammed Kudus was the man of this meeting. Initially in good form at the start of the match, the Ghanaian quickly made the Egyptian defense dizzy. Then he came to concretize this Ghanaian domination just before the break with a left-footed strike from the edge of the area (0-1, 45th). Returning from the locker room, he continued his momentum by again going behind the defense. After the Egyptian equalizer, he put the Black Stars back in the lead, once again with a nice strike from the left (1-2, 70th). A complete match for the one that the Ghanaians had sorely missed on the first day.

Discreet in the first half, he took advantage of Salah's injury to move back into the middle and take up more space in the Pharaohs' attack. Omar Marmoush is one of the Egyptians who sounded the revolt in this second period. First as a soloist on several occasions, it was finally on an involuntary serve from Inaki Williams that the attacker dribbled perfectly past the Ghanaian goalkeeper and pushed the ball into an empty goal. He managed to forget the exit of star Mohamed Salah in this Egyptian attack, which is not an easy task.


Coming out injured shortly before half-time, the Egyptian captain hurt his team more than the Ghanaians. Too discreet at the start of the meeting, the Liverpool winger did not stand out. Glued to the touchline, he never came into the midfield to ask for the ball, he waited for things to come to him. Even if he was reduced, he could have tried to distribute for his teammates who were in good shape. Disappointing performance from Mohamed Salah who must now try to come back as quickly as possible to try to secure qualification in the next match.

Established on the right of the attack, Inaki Williams will have contributed a goal in this meeting. Unfortunately for Ghana, it was Egypt who were able to savor this goal. On a back pass towards his defense, the scorer did not see the placement of Omar Marmoush who delights in this offering to equalize (1-1, 68th). On the other side of the field, he contributed nothing. Never going deep, the Bilbao scorer will not have posed any problem to the Egyptian defense. He will have to make up for it on the next day against Mozambique on Monday January 22 (9 p.m.).

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