Salah-Messi face before the Qatar World Cup?


Qatar World Cup is slowly approaching. Before the start of the World Cup on November 21, all the teams will want to keep their maximum preparation. For that purpose, Argentina will play a friendly match against Egypt in November in Abu Dhabi.

The country’s media “Mundo Albiceleste” reported that both sides have reached an agreement to play a friendly match. That is, football lovers can see the face of Argentine star Lionel Messi and Egyptian star Mohamed Salah.

Ismail Mahmoud, reporter of the Egyptian media “El Balad”, said that the Argentina Football Association has requested the Egyptian Football Association to play a friendly match in Abu Dhabi.

Yesterday he tweeted,

“Argentina has requested Egypt to play a friendly match in Abu Dhabi in November before the Qatar World Cup.” Belgium also wants to play with Egypt.

Hazem Imam, a board member of the Egyptian Football Association, said that the football associations of the two countries have agreed to play a friendly match. However, no agreement has been signed yet and the date of the match has not been fixed.

According to Gaston Edul, reporter of Argentine media “TYC Sports“, this friendly match will be held 10 days before Argentina enters the field in Qatar World Cup. This will be Argentina’s last friendly match before the World Cup.

Gaston Edul tweeted about this, “Egypt is a possible opponent in the last friendly match of Argentina before the start of the World Cup.” The two federations have been talking about it. The match will be in Abu Dhabi, that’s all that has been confirmed so far. Argentina will play the match 10 days before entering the field in the World Cup.

Saudi Arabia, Mexico and Poland are Argentina’s opponents in Group ‘C’ in World Cup. Egypt failed to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar. Senegal booked their ticket to the World Cup in Qatar by defeating Egypt in the qualifying play-offs last March.

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