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Why did Mohamed El-Shennawy get angry at Essam El-Hadary on the night of Egypt's victory over Libya?

Why did Mohamed El-Shennawy get angry at Essam El-Hadary on the night of Egypt’s victory over Libya?

The match between Egypt and Libya, which was held on Monday evening at the Benina Martyrs Stadium in the Libyan city of Benghazi, as part of the fourth round of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, and ended with Egypt winning by three clean points, witnessed intense reproach and emotion from the Pharaohs goalkeeper Mohamed El-Shennawy to his coach Essam El-Hadary. Egyptian national team goalkeeper coach.

Mohamed El-Shennawy suffered a hamstring muscle injury, in the 24th minute, and substitute goalkeeper Mahmoud Abu Jabal replaced him.

And the camera lens that transmitted the match picked up the moment El-Shennawy directed phrases to Essam El-Hadary, as he was leaving the stadium, directing him some expressions of blame and admonition amid a state of anger, because of El-Hadary’s instructions in which he asked Mohamed El-Shennawy to pay the fixed balls calculated in the penalty area of ​​the Egyptian team, which is What caused El-Shennawy to experience a strain in the back muscle, and while El-Shenawy was leaving, he appeared to be saying to Issam El-Khoudary, “Did I not tell you that I can’t pay?”

There was a lot of news about the presence of a clash between El-Shennawy and El-Hadary, who joined the Egyptian team during the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and El-Shennawy was the main goalkeeper of the Egyptian team at the expense of Essam El-Hadary, who sat on the bench.

Last Tuesday, during Egypt’s preparations for the first match against Libya, which was held last Friday, goalkeeper Mohamed El-Shennawy suffered a bruise after only a quarter of an hour from the start of the training, which prevented him from completing the training, and he performed an x-ray that proved his safety, and some talked about that Essam El-Hadary hit a ball Strong in the foot of Mohamed El-Shennawy during the training, which caused the latter to suffer a muscle strain that prevented him from completing the exercises.

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And there was a tendency from some members of the technical staff not to pay Al-Shennawi in today’s match to preserve his safety, but it was decided that the player who asked his urban coach not to pay the fixed balls, for fear of renewed injury, to take over the task of paying another player, which is what It did not happen, as El-Shennawy hit one of the free balls, which caused a strain in the hamstring muscle. To get out of the match stadium in a state of intense anger that dominated the player during his substitution.

Egypt’s goals were scored by Ahmed Fattouh, Mustafa Mohamed and Ramadan Sobhi. Egypt maintained its lead in Group Six with ten points. The Libyan team came second with six points, and Gabon came third with four points, compared to Angola’s three points.


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