Just after the second goal from Kudus, the Ghanaian coach took out Inaki Williams for Bukari.
A few moments after the euphoria of Marmoush's goal, the Egyptians were overtaken by reality. Continued à one key played near the corner post à right, Odoi finds Kudus who enters the area. Not attacked, he applies himself and rolls up his ball with his right. Abdelmonem deflects the shot which deceives El-Shenawy. Ghana took back control less than two minutes after the Egyptian equalizer.
Under the pressure of Trézéguet à right, Inaki Williams plays back towards his goalkeeper but does not see that Marmoush is there; in the axis too. The Egyptian shows his speed, seizes the ball, goes around Ofori and equalizes from the left to the left. the 70th.
22:29 – Elneny replaced
At the 67th minute, the Egyptian coach chose an offensive option to try to equalize. He takes out Elneny, pillar of his midfield, to replace him with the offensive Trézéguet.
22: 26 – Semenyo too alone
In a full-back position right, Williams takes charge of clearing his camp. Kudus improves the ball into a bell and puts it in space à right for Semenyo's race. In the duel with Hegazy, he manages to win. enter the box from the right before hitting à level with the ground on the left. El-Shenawy picks up without problem.
22:26 – Marmoush unscrews
On his left wing, Marmoush takes advantage of his liveliness to refocus and deliver a right strike that escapes him. right.
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