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COPA ÁFRICA 2008

2008 COPA ÁFRICA - GHANA



CAMPEÓN : EGIPTO
FINAL : EGIPTO 1 X 0 CAMERÚN
D.T HASSAN SHEHATA
PAÍSES PARTICIPANTES : 16
GOLEADOR SAMUEL ETO´O (CAMERÚN) 5 GOLES
MEJOR JUGADOR: HOSNY AD RABO (EGIPTO)



LOS SUPER CRACKS DE ÁFRICA PARA LA COPA AFRICANA DE NACIONES DEL 2008



Group Stage


NB: all group winners qualify; also the 3 best runners-up from groups 2-11
qualify


Group 1


1.IVORY COAST 4 3 1 0 13- 0 10
2.Gabon 4 2 1 1 6- 5 7
3.Madagascar 4 0 0 4 0-14 0
-.Djibouti withdrew on Aug 21, 2006


Round 1 [Sep 2]
Gabon 4-0 Madagascar
[Henri Antchouet 38, Daniel Cousin 70pen, Chiva Star Nzigou 76, 82]


Round 2 [Oct 8]
Ivory Coast 5-0 Gabon
[Kolo Touré 11, Arouna Koné 22, 55, 70, Aruna Dindane 32]


Round 3 [Mar 25]
Madagascar 0-3 Ivory Coast
[Gohouri Steve 28, Aruna Dindane 35, Diane Amara 81]
EL HÁBIL SALOMÓN KALOU (COSTA DE MARFIL)


Round 4 [Jun 3]
Ivory Coast 5-0 Madagascar


Round 5 [Jun 17]
Madagascar 0-2 Gabon
[Akiremy Owondo Stéphane 25, Meye Roguy 87]


Round 6 [Sep 8]
Gabon 0-0 Ivory Coast


Group 2


1.EGYPT 6 3 3 0 9- 2 12
2.Mauritania 6 2 1 3 9-10 7 [4 2 0 2 8-6 6]
3.Burundi 6 2 1 3 6- 8 7 [4 2 0 2 5-4 6]
4.Botswana 6 2 1 3 3- 7 7 [4 2 0 2 3-6 6]


Round 1 [Sep 2]
Egypt 4-1 Burundi
[Mohammed Zidan 5, Hosni Abd Rabbou 28, Mohammed Abutreika 39,
Ahmed Hassan 52pen; Soliman 79pen]
Mauritania 4-0 Botswana
[Saidou M'Bodj 2, Karamoko Moussa 10, 23, Yohan Langlet 31]


Round 2
[Oct 7]
Botswana 0-0 Egypt
[Oct 8]
Burundi 3-1 Mauritania
[Yamin Selemani 3, 30, Henry Mbazumutima 44; Buha Ibrahim 7]


Round 3 [Mar 25]
Egypt 3-0 Mauritania
Botswana 1-0 Burundi


Round 4 [Jun 3]
Mauritania 1-1 Egypt
Burundi 1-0 Botswana [in Kigali]


Round 5
[Jun 16]
Botswana 2-1 Mauritania
[Sep 9]
Burundi 0-0 Egypt [in Kigali]


Round 6 [Oct 13]
Egypt 1-0 Botswana
Mauritania 2-1 Burundi

HOSNY (EGIPTO) ENFRENTANDO A GHANA

ABOUTREIKA DE EGIPTO FRENTE A GHANA

Group 3


1.NIGERIA 6 5 0 1 10- 3 15
2.Uganda 6 3 2 1 8- 3 11
3.Niger 6 1 1 4 5-11 4 [2 1 0 1 3-3 3; 1 ag]
4.Lesotho 6 1 1 4 3- 9 4 [2 1 0 1 3-3 3; 0 ag]


Round 1 [Sep 2]
Uganda 3-0 Lesotho
[Godfrey Massa 28, 40, David Obua 58pen]
Nigeria 2-0 Niger
[Yakubu Aiyegbeni 27, Christian Obodo 60]


Round 2 [Oct 8]
Lesotho 0-1 Nigeria
[Yakubu Aiyegbeni 48]
Niger 0-0 Uganda


Round 3
[Mar 24]
Nigeria 1-0 Uganda
[Mar 24]
Lesotho 3-1 Niger


Round 4
[Jun 2]
Uganda 2-1 Nigeria
[Jun 3]
Niger 2-0 Lesotho


Round 5
[Jun 17]
Niger 1-3 Nigeria
[Jun 19]
Lesotho 0-0 Uganda


Round [Sep 8]
Nigeria 2-0 Lesotho
Uganda 3-1 Niger


Group 4


1.SUDAN 6 5 0 1 13- 4 15
2.TUNISIA 6 4 1 1 12- 3 13
3.Seychelles 6 1 1 4 3-14 4
4.Mauritius 6 0 2 4 3-10 2
NB: Tunisia are the best runners-up


Round 1 [Sep 3]
Sudan 3-0 Seychelles
[Badr Aldeen Galag 20, Haitham Kamal Tambal 77pen, 90]
Mauritius 0-0 Tunisia


Round 2 [Oct 7]
Seychelles 2-1 Mauritius
[Wilnes Brutus 22, 81; Kervin Godon 50]
Tunisia 1-0 Sudan
[Richard Lado 79og]


Round 3
[Mar 24]
Seychelles 0-3 Tunisia
[Issam Jemaa 13, 76, 80]
[Mar 25]
Mauritius 1-2 Sudan


Round 4 [Jun 2]
Sudan 3-0 Mauritius
Tunisia 4-0 Seychelles


Round 5 [Jun 16]
Seychelles 0-2 Sudan
Tunisia 2-0 Mauritius
[Issam Jemaa 44, Nafti 50]


Round 6 [Sep 9]
Mauritius 1-1 Seychelles
Sudan 3-2 Tunisia


Group 5


1.CAMEROON 6 5 0 1 13- 4 15
2.Eq. Guinea 6 3 1 2 6- 7 10
3.Rwanda 6 2 0 4 10-11 6
4.Liberia 6 1 1 4 6-13 4


Round 1 [Sep 3]
Rwanda 0-3 Cameroon
[Guy Feutchine 55, Geremi Njitap 62, Landry Nguemo 84]
Equatorial Guinea 2-1 Liberia
[Juan Ramon Epitie 24, Rodolfo Bodipo 88; Zah Kringar 35]


Round 2
[Oct 7]
Cameroon 3-0 Equatorial Guinea
[Mohamadou Idrissou 72, 89, Achille Webo 80]
[Oct 8]
Liberia 3-2 Rwanda
[Francis Doe 24, Oliver Makor 68, Dioh Williams 76;
Olivier Karekezi 70, Abedi Mulenda 78]


Round 3
[Mar 24]
Cameroon 3-1 Liberia
[Mar 25]
Equatorial Guinea 3-1 Rwanda


Round 4
[Jun 2]
Rwanda 2-0 Equatorial Guinea
[Jun 3]
Liberia 1-2 Cameroon


Round 5 [Jun 17]
Cameroon 2-1 Rwanda
Liberia 0-0 Equatorial Guinea


Round 6
[Sep 8]
Rwanda 4-0 Liberia
[Sep 9]
Equatorial Guinea 1-0 Cameroon


Group 6


1.ANGOLA 6 4 1 1 16- 5 13
2.Eritrea 6 2 3 1 5- 8 9
3.Kenya 6 2 1 3 6- 7 7
4.Swaziland 6 0 3 3 0- 7 3

ANGOLA 2008 CLASIFICADOS A COPA ÁFRICA 

Round 1
[Sep 2]
Kenya 1-2 Eritrea
[Robert Mambo 64; Arnold Origi 59og, Yednekachew Shimanugus 67]
[Sep 3]
Swaziland 0-2 Angola
[Joao 'Jamba' Pereira 21, Manuel 'Loco' Cange 80]


Round 2
[Oct 7]
Eritrea 0-0 Swaziland
[Oct 8]
Angola 3-1 Kenya
[Flavio Amado 27, 68, Mateus 60; Boniface Abani 81]


Round 3 [Mar 25]
Kenya 2-0 Swaziland
Angola 6-1 Eritrea


Round 4
[Jun 2]
Eritrea 1-1 Angola
[Jun 3]
Swaziland 0-0 Kenya


Round 5
[Jun 16]
Eritrea 1-0 Kenya
[Jun 17]
Angola 3-0 Swaziland


Round 6
[Sep 8]
Kenya 2-1 Angola
[Sep 9]
Swaziland 0-0 Eritrea


Group 7


1.SENEGAL 6 3 2 1 12- 3 11
2.Mozambique 6 2 3 1 5- 3 9
3.Tanzania 6 2 2 2 4- 7 8
4.Burkina Faso 6 1 1 4 4-12 4


Round 1 [Sep 2]
Tanzania 2-1 Burkina Faso
[Harouna Bamogo 27og, Nizar Halfan 65; Abdulaye Cissé 37]
Senegal 2-0 Mozambique
[Moussa Ndiaye 33 (also given as Fernando Matolo 33og), Nguirane Ndao 61]


Round 2
[Oct 7]
Burkina Faso 1-0 Senegal
[Narcisse Yameogo 63pen]
[Oct 8]
Mozambique 0-0 Tanzania


Round 3 [Mar 24]
Senegal 4-0 Tanzania
Burkina Faso 1-1 Mozambique


Round 4
[Jun 2]
Tanzania 1-1 Senegal
[Jun 3]
Mozambique 3-0 Burkina Faso


Round 5
[Jun 16]
Burkina Faso 0-1 Tanzania
[Jun 17]
Mozambique 0-0 Senegal


Round 6 [Sep 8]
Senegal 5-1 Burkina Faso
Tanzania 0-1 Mozambique


Group 8


1.GUINEA 6 3 2 1 10- 3 11
2.Algeria 6 2 2 2 6- 6 8 [2 1 0 1 2-2 3; 1 ag]
3.Gambia 6 2 2 2 6- 6 8 [2 1 0 1 2-2 3; 0 ag]
4.Cape Verde 6 1 2 3 3-10 5


Round 1 [Sep 3]
Guinea 0-0 Algeria
Gambia 2-0 Cape Verde
[Jatto Ceesay 8pen, Assan Jatta 88]


Round 2 [Oct 7]
Algeria 1-0 Gambia
[Karim Ziani 75pen]
Cape Verde 1-0 Guinea
['Lito' 52]


Round 3 [Mar 24]
Gambia 0-2 Guinea
Algeria 2-0 Cape Verde


Round 4
[Jun 2]
Cape Verde 2-2 Algeria
[Jun 3]
Guinea 2-2 Gambia


Round 5 [Jun 16]
Algeria 0-2 Guinea
Cape Verde 0-0 Gambia


Round 6 [Sep 9]
Gambia 2-1 Algeria
Guinea 4-0 Cape Verde


Group 9


1.MALI 6 3 3 0 10- 1 12
2.BENIN 6 3 2 1 10- 4 11
3.Togo 6 3 0 3 7- 9 9
4.Sierra Leone 6 0 1 5 1-14 1


NB: Benin second best runners-up (shared with South Africa)


Round 1 [Sep 3]
Sierra Leone 0-0 Mali
Togo 2-1 Benin
[Thomas Dossevi 15, Komlan Amewou 75; Abou Maiga 85]


Round 2 [Oct 8]
Mali 1-0 Togo
[Dramane Traore 90+1]
Benin 2-0 Sierra Leone
[Rachad Chitou 22, Mouri Ogoubiyi 77]


Round 3
[Mar 24]
Togo 3-1 Sierra Leone
[Mar 25]
Mali 1-1 Benin


Round 4 [Jun 3]
Sierra Leone 0-1 Togo
Benin 0-0 Mali


Round 5 [Jun 17]
Mali 6-0 Sierra Leone
Benin 4-1 Togo


Round 6 [Oct 12]
Togo 0-2 Mali
Sierra Leone 0-2 Benin


Group 10


1.NAMIBIA 6 3 1 2 9- 8 10
2.Congo-Kinsh. 6 2 3 1 8- 6 9
3.Libya 6 2 2 2 7- 6 8
4.Ethiopia 6 2 0 4 5- 9 6


Round 1 [Sep 3]
Ethiopia 1-0 Libya
[Dawit Meberahtu 15]
Congo-Kinshasa 3-2 Namibia
[Blaise Lelo Mbele 32, Dieudonné Kalulika 62, Fuanda Kinkela 82;
Sydney Plaatjies 37, 60]


Round 2
[Oct 7]
Namibia 1-0 Ethiopia
[Quinton Jacobs 18pen]
[Oct 8]
Lybia 1-1 Congo-Kinshasa
[Khaled Hussein 57; Serge Bageta Dikilu 37]


Round 3
[Mar 25]
Libya 2-1 Namibia
[Apr 29]
Congo-Kinshasa 2-0 Ethiopia


Round 4
[Jun 1]
Ethiopia 1-0 Congo-Kinshasa
[Jun 2]
Namibia 1-0 Libya


Round 5
[Jun 16]
Namibia 1-1 Congo-Kinshasa
[Jun 17]
Libya 3-1 Ethiopia


Round 6 [Sep 8]
Congo-Kinshasa 1-1 Libya
Ethiopia 2-3 Namibia


Group 11


1.ZAMBIA 6 3 2 1 9- 3 11 [2 1 0 1 3-2 3]
2.SOUTH AFRICA 6 3 2 1 10- 4 11 [2 1 0 1 2-3 3]
3.Congo-Brazz. 6 1 4 1 5- 6 7
4.Chad 6 0 2 4 3-14 2


NB: South Africa second best runners-up (shared with Benin)


Round 1
[Sep 2]
South Africa 0-0 Congo-Brazzaville
[Sep 3]
Chad 0-2 Zambia
[James Chamanga 47, Dube Phiri 69]


Round 2 [Oct 8]
Congo-Brazzaville 3-1 Chad
[Abdoulaye Brice 25, Christ Malonga 32, Ondama 46; Mostonga 89]
Zambia 0-1 South Africa
[Aaron Mokoena 28]


Round 3
[Mar 24]
Chad 0-3 South Africa
[Surprise Moriri 32, Delron Buckley 45+1, Sibusiso Zuma 78]
[Mar 25]
Congo-Brazzaville 0-0 Zambia


Round 4 [Jun 2]
South Africa 4-0 Chad
Zambia 3-0 Congo-Brazzaville


Round 5
[Jun 16]
Zambia 1-1 Chad
[Collins Mbesuma 50; Hillaire Kedgui 18]
[Jun 17]
Congo-Brazzaville 1-1 South Africa
[Jean-Vivien Bantimba 65; Sibusiso Zuma 46]


Round 6 [Sep 9]
Chad 1-1 Congo-Brazzaville
South Africa 1-3 Zambia


Group 12


1.MOROCCO 4 3 1 0 6- 1 10
2.Zimbabwe 4 1 1 2 4- 5 4
3.Malawi 4 1 0 3 2- 6 3
MARRUECOS 2008


Round 1 [Sep 2]
Morocco 2-0 Malawi
[Marouane Chamakh 53, Mbarek Boussoufa 76]


Round 2 [Oct 7]
Malawi 1-0 Zimbabwe
[Moses Chavula 78]


Round 3 [Mar 25]
Zimbabwe 1-1 Morocco


Round 4 [Jun 2]
Morocco 2-0 Zimbabwe


Round 5 [Jun 16]
Malawi 0-1 Morocco

DUPLA DE ATAQUE MARROQUÍ : HADJI Y CHAMMAKH

Round 6 [Sep 9]
Zimbabwe 3-1 Malawi


Final Tournament (Ghana)
NB: Ghana qualified as hosts


Group A [in Accra]
20- 1-08 Ghana 2-1 Guinea
21- 1-08 Namibia 1-5 Morocco
24- 1-08 Guinea 3-2 Morocco

GUINEA 3 X 2 MARRUECOS


CLÁSICO FESTEJO DE GOL AFRICANO - VICTORIA DE GUINEA EN LA CAN 2008

24- 1-08 Ghana 1-0 Namibia
GHANA X NAMIBIA

28- 1-08 Guinea 1-1 Namibia [in Sekondi-Takoradi]
28- 1-08 Ghana 2-0 Morocco


1.GHANA 3 3 0 0 5- 1 9
2.GUINEA 3 1 1 1 5- 5 4
3.Morocco 3 1 0 2 7- 6 3
4.Namibia 3 0 1 2 2- 7 1


Group B [in Sekondi-Takoradi]
21- 1-08 Nigeria 0-1 Ivory Coast
21- 1-08 Mali 1-0 Benin
25- 1-08 Ivory Coast 4-1 Benin

GOLEADA DE COSTA DE MARFIL A BENÍN 


25- 1-08 Nigeria 0-0 Mali
29- 1-08 Ivory Coast 3-0 Mali [in Accra]
COSTA DE MARFIL X MALI , BASSALA TOURE EN LA JUGADA 

29- 1-08 Nigeria 2-0 Benin


1.IVORY COAST 3 3 0 0 8- 1 9
2.NIGERIA 3 1 1 1 2- 1 4 [1 0 1 0 0-0 1]
3.Mali 3 1 1 1 1- 3 4 [1 0 1 0 0-0 1]
4.Benin 3 0 0 3 1- 7 0
BENÍN 2008 DEBUT EN EL MAYOR TORNEO CONTINENTAL AFRICANO


Group C [in Kumasi]
22- 1-08 Egypt 4-2 Cameroon
22- 1-08 Sudan 0-3 Zambia
26- 1-08 Cameroon 5-1 Zambia
26- 1-08 Egypt 3-0 Sudan
30- 1-08 Cameroon 3-0 Sudan [in Tamale]
30- 1-08 Egypt 1-1 Zambia
EGIPTO X ZAMBIA


1.EGYPT 3 2 1 0 8- 3 7
2.CAMEROON 3 2 0 1 10- 5 6
3.Zambia 3 1 1 1 5- 6 4
4.Sudan 3 0 0 3 0- 9 0


Group D [in Tamale]
23- 1-08 Tunisia 2-2 Senegal
23- 1-08 South Africa 1-1 Angola
27- 1-08 Senegal 1-3 Angola
27- 1-08 Tunisia 3-1 South Africa
31- 1-08 Senegal 1-1 South Africa
31- 1-08 Tunisia 0-0 Angola [in Kumasi]

MANUCHO (ANGOLA)

1.TUNISIA 3 1 2 0 5- 3 5 [1 0 1 0 0-0 1]
2.ANGOLA 3 1 2 0 4- 2 5 [1 0 1 0 0-0 1]
3.Senegal 3 0 2 1 4- 6 2 [1 0 1 0 1-1 1]
4.South Africa 3 0 2 1 3- 5 2 [1 0 1 0 1-1 1]


Quarterfinals
3- 2-08 Ghana 2-1 Nigeria [in Accra]
SULLEY MUNTARI (GHANA)

3- 2-08 Ivory Coast 5-0 Guinea [in Sekondi-Takoradi]
4- 2-08 Egypt 2-1 Angola [in Kumasi]
MOHAMED ZIDAN (EGIPTO)

4- 2-08 Tunisia 2-3 Cameroon [aet] [in Tamale]


Semifinals
7- 2-08 Ghana 0-1 Cameroon [in Accra]


LA PREVIA DE GHANA Y CAMERÚN


ETO´O Y ESSIEN EN EL CAMERÚN X GHANA

7- 2-08 Ivory Coast 1-4 Egypt [in Kumasi]


Third Place Match
9- 2-08 Ghana 4-2 Ivory Coast [in Kumasi]


Final
10- 2-08 Cameroon 0-1 Egypt [in Accra]

FINAL


[Feb 10]


In Accra (Ohene Djan Stadium)
Cameroon 0
Egypt 1 (Mohamed Aboutrika 77)
HT: 0-0. Att: 35,500. Ref: Coffi Codjia (Benin).
CMR: 1-Idriss Carlos Kameni; 3-Bill Tchato, 8-Geremi Njitap, 4-Rigobert
Song ©, 5-Timothee Atouba; 10-Achille Emana (17-Mohamadou Idrissou
55), 15-Alexandre Song (2-Augustin Binya 16), 19-Stephane Mbia,
14-Joel Epalle (7-Modeste Mbami 65); 12-Alain Nkong, 9-Samuel
Eto'o.
EGY: 1-Essam El Hadary; 5-Shady Mohamed, 6-Hany Said, 20-Wael Gomaa,
14-Sayed Moawad; 8-Hosny Abd Rabou, 7-Ahmed Fathy, 17-Ahmed Hassan
©, 22-Mohamed Aboutrika (4-Ibrahim Said 89); 10-Emad Moteab
(9-Mohamed Zidan 60), 19-Amr Zaky (11-Mohamed Shawky 84).
Booked: CMR - Atouba 61, Idrissou 88.
EGY - Ahmed Hassan 87.


EGIPTO X CAMERÚN UNA GRAN FINAL PARA LA CAN 2008

GEREMI (CAMERÚN) - ZAKI (EGIPTO) EN PLENA FINAL 2008

GLORIA PARA EGIPTO




GOALSCORERS:
5 - Samuel Eto’o (Cameroon).
4 - Manucho (Angola), Hosny Abd Rabou, Mohamed Aboutrika, Amr Zaky
(Egypt).
3 - Didier Drogba, Salomon Kalou, Abdelkader Keita, Boubacar
Sanogo (Ivory Coast), Junior Agogo, Sulley Muntari (Ghana),
Soufiane Alloudi (Morocco).
2 - Elrio van Heerden (South Africa), Joseph Desire Job, Stephane Mbia,
Geremi Njitap (Cameroon), Mohamed Zidan (Egypt), Michael Essien
(Ghana), Pascal Feindouno (Guinea), Brian Brendell (Namibia),
Yakubu Aiyegbeni (Nigeria), Chaouki Ben Saada, Francileudo dos
Santos (Tunisia), Chris Katongo (Zambia).
1 - Katlego Mphela (South Africa), Flavio (Angola), Razack Omotoyossi
(Benin), Achille Emana, Alain Nkong (Cameroon), Aruna Dindane,
Bakari Kone, Yaya Toure, Marc Zoro (Ivory Coast), Ahmed Fathy
(Egypt), Haminu Dramani, Asamoah Gyan, Quincy Owusu-Abeyie (Ghana),
Ismael Bangoura, Oumar Kalabane, Souleymane Youla (Guinea),
Frederic Kanoute (Mali), Hicham Aboucherouane, Abdeslam Ouaddou,
Tarik Sektioui, Moncef Zerka (Morocco), John Mikel Obi (Nigeria),
Henri Camara, Abdoulaye Diagne Faye, Diomansy Kamara, Moustapha
Bayal Sall (Senegal), Yacine Chikhaoui, Issam Jemaa, Mejdi Traoui
(Tunisia), James Chamanga, Felix Katongo, Jacob Mulenga (Zambia).
Own goal - Mohamed Al Khider (Sudan) vs Cameroon.




ROLL OF HONOURS:
Champions – Egypt
player of the Tournament – Hosny Abd Rabou (Egyot)
Best Young Player – Alexander Song (Cameroon)
Goal of the Tournament – Mohamed Zidan (Egypt) vs Cameroon
Highest Scorer Award – Samuel Eto’o (Cameroon), 5 goals
HOSNY AD RABO ELEGIDO MEJOR JUGADOR DE LA COPA AFRICANA 2008


CAF BEST XI
Essam Al-Hadari (Egypt)
Geremi Njitap (Cameroon)
Wael Gomaa (Egypt)
Michael Essien (Ghana)
Sulley Muntari (Ghana)
Yaya Toure (Ivory Coast)
Alexandre Song (Cameroon)
Hosny Abd Rabou (Egypt)
Mohamed Aboutrika (Egypt)
Amr Zaky (Egypt)
Manucho (Angola)

ALEX SONG (CAMERÚN)

TECNICA Y EQUILIBRIO EN EL MEDIOCAMPO DE GHANA : MICHAEL ESSIEN

Substitutes:
Richard Kingson (Ghana)
Hany Said (Egypt)
Ahmed Fathy (Egypt)
Frej Saber (Tunisia)
Stephane Mbia (Cameroon)
Didier Drogba (Ivory Coast)
Abdelkader Keita (Ivory Coast)


PLANTEL CAMPEÓN- EGIPTO
EGYPT
Coach: Hassan Shehata.
Captains: Ahmed Hassan, Essam El Hadary.
GK: 1-Essam El-Hadary (Al-Ahly), 16-Mohamed Abdemoncef (Zamalek),
23-Mohamed Sobhi (Ismailia).
DF: 2-Mahmoud Fathallah (Zamalek), 3-Ahmed Al-Muhammadi (ENPPI),
4-Ibrahim Said (Ankaragucu/TUR), 5-Shady Mohamed (Al-Ahly), 6-Hany
Said (Ismailia), 7-Ahmed Fathy (Al-Ahly), 13-Tarek El-Sayed
(Zamalek), 14-Sayed Moawad (Ismailia), 20-Wael Gomaa
(Al-Siliya/QAT).
MF: 8-Hosny Abd Rabou (Ismailia), 11-Mohamed Shawky (Middlesbrough/ENG),
12-Omar Gamal (Ismailia), 15-Ahmed Shaaban (Petrojet), 17-Ahmed
Hassan (Anderlecht/BEL), 21-Hassan Mostafa (Al-Wehda/KSA),
22-Mohamed Aboutrika (Al-Ahly).
FW: 9-Mohamed Zidan (Hamburg SV/GER), 10-Emad Moteab (Al-Ahly),
18-Mohamed Fadl (Ismailia), 19-Amr Zaky (Zamalek).

EGIPTO 2008 CAMPEON DE ÁFRICA


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