2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
0-0-1, 4th in African Nations Cup Qualifying
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5dKweséESPN Reporter

Gyasi's first Ghana goal secures draw vs. Egypt

Edwin Gyasi's first Ghana goal cancelled out Shikabala's opener as the Black Stars end their World Cup qualifying campaign with a draw against Egypt.

The Sweeper: Pulisic's touching gesture (1:35)
40dESPN staff

Tears flow as Egypt qualify for World Cup

Mohamed Salah's 95th-minute winner ended his nation's 28-year exile from the World Cup, sending millions of Egypt fans into raptures in the process.

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78dEd Dove, KweséESPN

Uganda prove there's life after Micho

The Cranes may have lost their charismatic coach, but World Cup qualifying victory over Egypt shows there's life beyond Micho.

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78dESPN staff

Uganda stun Egypt in World Cup qualifier

Emmanuel Okwi scored the only goal of the game as the Cranes stunned the Pharaohs in Namboole to take top spot in Group E.

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125dPeter O'Rourke

West Brom to sign Egypt's Hegazi - sources

West Brom have agreed a deal in principle to sign Egypt international Ahmed Hegazi, sources have told ESPN FC.

134dEd Dove, KweséESPN

Nigeria, Ghana fall in FIFA rankings

The Pharaohs remain atop the African rankings, with Senegal and the Democratic Republic of Congo completing the top three.

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142dChris Wright

Salah is greatest ever Egyptian, says Salah

"I wonder who is the greatest ever Egyptian?" I hear you ask. Well not to worry, Liverpool new boy Mohamed Salah has answered that question.


Egypt remain Africa's top-ranked team

Africa Cup of Nations finalists Egypt remain the top-ranked African team following the release of the latest FIFA rankings.

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284dNick Ames

Magical final leaves plenty of questions

"There's joy to be taken from a tournament that restored plenty of belief in its relevance on the pitch, but plenty of questions still remain."