Egypt filed an official complaint after the elimination of the selection against Senegal (1-0, 3 tab 1) in the play-offs of the 2022 World Cup. The Federation denounces violence and racist songs in the stands.

Egypt cries scandal the day after its elimination during the play-offs for the World Cup, Tuesday against Senegal (1-0, 3 tab 1). The meeting was played in an incandescent climate and the Pharaohs denounce many excesses. The Egyptian Federation (EFA) announced that it had filed an official complaint on Instagram, in a message relayed by its official and certified Twitter account.

"Egypt files a complaint against Senegal because of the attack on the delegation and the racist banners, the text says. The Egyptian Football Federation has filed an official complaint against its Senegalese counterpart with the match observer and responsible of security, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and the International Football Federation (FIFA), before the start of the match between the two teams, which comes in the second leg of the qualifying round of the World Cup. Egypt was subject to racism after offensive banners appeared in the stands of the stadium for players, in particular Mohamed Salah, the team manager, documented by photos and videos attached to the complaint. "

Lasers, projectiles and streamers

The Federation denounces the throwing of projectiles at the bus upon its arrival at the Abdoulaye-Wade stadium in Dakar and has published photos of degradation and insulting banners. The meeting was marked by the massive use of lasers pointed at the faces of the Egyptian players during the penalty shootout. They particularly targeted Mohamed Salah at the time of his attempt, which failed completely. Goalkeeper Mohamed El-Shenawy was also targeted.


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Winners in the first leg (1-0), the Egyptians squandered their narrow lead after four minutes of play on the return leg without ever managing to regain the advantage. As in the CAN final, they failed on penalties against the Teranga Lions.

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