Gabonese captain and top scorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang expressed his sadness at the wasted chance of winning for his country against the national team, after the two teams tied with one goal each, in the match that took place between them on Sunday evening, at the Franceville Stadium in the second round of qualifying for the World Cup Qatar 2022.
Arsenal star Aubameyang said on his Twitter page after the draw: It hurts after all these efforts!!! Life is a battle and our team will fight over and over again.”
The hosts advanced in the 72nd minute, signed by Jim Alvina, before Mostafa Mohamed equalized in the 90th minute, so both teams scored one point on their way to the World Cup.
The Egyptian national team started the match with a formation that includes: Mohamed El-Shennawy – Ahmed Hegazy – Mahmoud Hamdi “Al-Wensh” – Ahmed Tawfiq – Ayman Ashraf – Hamdi Fathi – Amr Al-Sulayya – Mohamed Magdy “Qafsha” – Omar Jaber – Mohamed Salah – Mohamed Sharif.
Hossam El-Badry, coach of the Egyptian national team, maintained his unbeaten record with the Pharaohs, after a draw with the Gabon team, in the match that took place between them at Franceville Stadium in the second round of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The total of Egypt’s matches with Hossam El-Badry reached 10 matches, the Pharaohs won in 6 matches and drew in 34 matches, and the team’s players scored 14 goals with El-Badry and conceded 4 goals.
Ça fait mal après tous ces efforts!!! La vie est un combat et notre équipe va se battre encore et encore 🇬🇦🐆 pic.twitter.com/BOsRmRUgzA
— AUBA⚡️ (@Auba) September 5, 2021