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Matches

04/08/2011
4:0 (1:0)
  • Mohamed SOBHI (31')
  • MOHAMED IBRAHIM (60' 62' 82')

Summary

Egypt maintain form to end Austrian hopes
A Mohamed Ibrahim hat-trick saw Egypt storm through to the Round of 16 in emphatic fashion with a one-sided 4-0 victory against Austria. More »

Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

El Sayed Diaa (EGY)
(AUT) Andreas HERAF

Officials

Referee: Walter LOPEZ (GUA)Assistant Referee 1: Hermenerito LEAL (GUA)Assistant Referee 2: Gerson LOPEZ (GUA)Fourth official: Patricio POLIC (CHI)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 36)


Latest Comments:
MInashaker96
08/08/2011 at 05:24
MInashaker96 (Egypt)
Argentina is pretty hard but we can do it,brazil is more stronger than argentina,well the future says africa will rule
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seif_soliman
07/08/2011 at 17:44
seif_soliman (Egypt)
EGYPT...The best team, best country, best people in the whole world...I know you can make it Egypt, it's time to restore our name in world cup history!
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tacos22
06/08/2011 at 21:00
tacos22 (Egypt)
Hope we complete the coming matches with the same passion.... Go Egypt... All with you..
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Statistics

19Shots13
3Corner kicks8
0Yellow cards4
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
44%Possession (%)56%
  • Mohamed Ibrahim of Egypt celebrates his team's second goal with team mates
  • The fourth official holds up the board with the injury time
  • Andreas Weimann of Austria tries to score against Ahmed Hegazi and goalkeeper Ahmed Elshenawi (R-L) of Egypt
  • Ahmed Sobhi of Egypt tries to score against goalkeeper Samuel Radlinger of Austria
  • Mohamed Ibrahim (L) of Egypt celebrates his team's third goal with team mate Mohamed El Neny
  • Robert Gucher of Austria tries to score against Ahmed Sobhi and goalkeeper Ahmed Elshenawi
Today we had a very difficult game and we had a bit of luck with our second and third goals. When our players put to mind to playing well, they really can. Yes we performed well, but we also passed up too many scoring opportunities.
El Sayed Diaa, Egypt coach