The Algerian coach collapses in tears after the loss and talks about “lack of respect”

Egyptian football star Mohamed Salah left the stadium “with security protection”, after Egypt lost to Senegal in the World Cup qualifiers.

The end of the match between Egypt and Senegal witnessed “unfortunate moments”, interspersed with “threats” to Egyptian players by some fans, according to the website.Kora Plus“.

Security forces in the stadium protected Mohamed Salah as he was leaving, and a video showed fans throwing water bottles at Salah.

Tunisia and Morocco booked their places in the World Cup in Qatar, while the Egyptian and Algerian teams bid farewell to the international competition, in the second leg of the decisive third round of the African qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Portuguese coach Carlos Queiroz announced the end of his career with the Egyptian national football team after failing to qualify for the 2022 World Cup.

Egypt had won the first leg 1-0 and lost the second leg with the same result, to fail in the penalty shootout, which saw its star Mohamed Salah wasted one of three kicks.

Sadness prevailed in the Egyptian public and sports analysts in Egypt, after the opportunity for their team to reach the World Cup was lost due to the loss against Senegal.

Queiroz, 69, wrote on his Twitter account, “The dream is over. We did our best, but today it wasn’t enough. I extend my heartfelt gratitude to the Egyptian Football Association for the honor of coaching the national team.”

He addressed the players who failed to reach the World Cup for the fourth time in the history of their country, “To all my players and the technical staff, I humbly thank them. You will always be in my heart.”

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