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Egypt finishes 4th in World Military Cup after loss to Syria

Posted on January 28, 2017
Egypt finishes 4th in World Military Cup after loss to Syria

Photo: CISM Oman 2017

The Pharaohs failed to win the bronze medal after losing to on penalties in the third place play-off of the 2017  on Saturday.

lost to hosts Oman in the semi-finals on penalties after drawing 2-2 to play in the third place play-offs, while Syria also lost to Qatar on penalties after drawing with the same result.

ENPPI defender scored Egypt’s first goal of the game inside the opening seven minutes after an excellent assist from Petrojet’s Mohamed Ramadan.

In the 36 minute, Mohamed Hamadko scored the equaliser for Syria, before Al Ahly loanee and El-Maqassa winger  scored his fifth goal of the tournament to give Egypt the lead.

The bronze medal was going to Egypt, but Mohammed Al Wakid had other ideas as he scored a 91st minute free-kick, taking the game to extra time.

Both team failed to score in the extra time and went on to penalty shootouts, where Syria beat the Pharaohs 6-5, with Ittihad of Alexandria’s Nour El-Sayed and Al Ahly’s Amr Gamal missing their penalties.


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