Salah's late PK sends Egypt to World Cup, joyous celebrations

Salah's late PK sends Egypt to World Cup, joyous celebrations

Salah's late PK sends Egypt to World Cup, joyous celebrations

Former Egypt manager Bob Bradley has congratulated the Pharaohs for reaching the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation after beating Congo on Sunday.

However, late on, Arnold Bouka-Moutou equalised for the hosts to stun the home fans.

But Congo threatened to turn party-poopers as substitute Moutou, a France-based defender, beat 44-year-old goalkeeper Essam El Hadary from inside the box.

But in the 95th minute, Egypt were awarded a penalty which Salah converted to send the whole nation into wild jubilation.

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They had suffered repeated heart-break instead, with one of the most painful defeats coming in 2009 when losing a bitterly-contested play-off against Algeria.

Nigeria became the first African qualifiers Saturday with a 1-0 Group B win over Zambia in Uyo thanks to a goal from another English Premier League player, Alex Iwobi of Arsenal.

Egypt's coach Hector Cuper has revealed he is ready to face Congo in a major decider despite increasing pressure from nationals for him to prove his worth.

Egypt now tops Group E with 9 points, two more than second place Uganda. With other pool sides Uganda and Ghana meeting 24 hours earlier in Kampala, it could be a decisive day for The Pharaohs, whose last FIFA World Cup appearance dates back to 1990 in Italia.

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