Egypt and Morocco... a hot Arab conflict in the African Nations quarter-finals

The struggle of the pharaohs and the lions, who will win?

An extremely hot match that will unite the groups of the Pharaohs and the Atlas Lions. The equilibrium of history slants for the Moroccan public group to the detriment of its Egyptian partner, which has the record number of times to win the African Nations Cup. So who will win this time?

Egypt and Morocco... a hot Arab conflict in the African Nations quarter-finals

Egypt and Morocco are trying to proceed with their walk in the African Cup of Nations, right now being held in Cameroon, and fit the bill for the semi-finals of the mainland rivalry, when they meet tomorrow, Sunday (January 30, 2022) in the quarter-finals of the competition, in a simply Arab conflict.

And keeping in mind that today, Saturday, the fifth commemoration of the last gathering between the two groups throughout the entire existence of their face-to-face conflicts, the date between the two groups is reestablished once more, expecting to arrive at the semi-finals of the competition.

While Egypt, the record holder in the quantity of African Nations Cup wins with 7 titles, tries to arrive at the semi-finals for the second time in the last three versions of the opposition, the Moroccan group, the hero of the opposition in 1976, fantasies about being in this job interestingly. 18 years prior, he has not arrived at this job since he arrived at the last once and for all in the 2004 release of the opposition, which was held in Tunisia.

The rising exhibition of the Pharaohs

After his "unconvincing" capability for the end of the season games, subsequent to completing second in Group D with a weak 1/0 triumph over Guinea-Bissau and Sudan, and losing by a similar outcome to Nigeria in the gathering stage, the Egyptian group showed up in something else altogether to Egypt in the round of 16, After he introduced his best matches in the opposition, his ascent to the quarter-finals accompanied a merited punishment shootout.

The Egyptian public group experiences the shortfall of goalkeeper Mohamed El-Shennawy, who experienced a strain in the back muscle during the Côte d'Ivoire match, and questions about the support of midfielder Hamdi Fathi in the match, because of exhaustion in the connective muscle in a similar showdown, yet the remainder of the group appears to be totally prepared to confront Morocco, after the aftereffects of the tests led by the players for the Corona infection were negative.

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