Liverpool celebrates the brilliance of Mohamed Salah under the leadership of Hossam Hassan

The official website of the English club Liverpool celebrated the performance of its star, Mohamed Salah (31 years old), during the last match for the national team Egyptagainst Burkina Faso, in the third round of the first group of African qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup finals.

The Egyptian national team achieved a valuable victory over its guest, Burkinabé Benija, 2-1, yesterday, Thursday, on the grounds of the Cairo International Stadium, and Mohamed Salah scored the first goal for the Pharaohs.

Salah sent a cross, and Mahmoud Hassan “Trezeguet” met it with a powerful header that went into the net, in the 3rd minute, before the Turkish Trabzonspor winger scored his second personal goal in the 7th minute, via a tight left shot.

In a related context, Liverpool’s official website said, commenting on Mohamed Salah’s performance in front of… Burkina Faso: “Salah played an important role in Egypt’s 2-1 victory over Côte d’Ivoire.”

He added the site Salah sent a cross pass, from which Trezeguet scored the first goal of the match, which ended with the “Pharaohs” scoring 3 points, putting them at the top of the group, 4 points behind their closest rivals (Guinea Bissau).

Mohamed Salah prepares to lead the Egyptian national team against Guinea Bissau

It is expected that Mohamed Salah and Trezeguet will be present in Egypt’s starting lineup. As the national team prepares to meet Guinea Bissau, on the latter’s soil, next Monday.

The qualifying system stipulates that the winner of each group qualifies directly to the World Cup finals, with the best 4 teams in second place in the nine groups competing in the “play-off competitions.”

The Egyptian national team hopes to qualify for the World Cup finals for the fourth time in its history, after participating in the 1934, 1990 and 2018 World Cup editions.

Mohamed Salah, captain of the Egyptian national team, during the confrontation with Burkina Faso (Photo by: Mohamed Yahya) One Win Winwin

The current Egyptian national team coach, Hossam Hassan, played in the 1990 World Cup finals as a player on the team. The man nicknamed “The Brigadier” aspires to be the first Egyptian to compete in the World Cup as a “player and coach.”

Hossam Hassan is counting on a distinguished combination of players, led by Mohamed Salah and Trezeguet, in addition to veteran goalkeeper Mohamed El-Shenawy, promising defender Mohamed Abdel Moneim, talented midfielder Emam Ashour, and top scorer striker Mostafa Mohamed.

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