Kenya vs Egypt? Kenya’s football prowess is one to look at.

A goal in the second minute by Mohamed Magdy Afsha could not keep Harambee stars from trying to keep up with the Egypt side.

This was shown by a goal in the first half by Masoud Juma which was, in turn, ruled out as a handball.  Kenya took hold of the game but its efforts were effortless.

The last quarter of the first half was a pure success for the Kenyan Side that still did not have a goal to show for but, the hard work and lightning pace work was the validity of amazing Kenyan football at its best.

Kenya had to pick a win against Egypt if they wanted to keep their dream of qualifying. The finals of the competition will be live at Kasarani Stadium on Thursday in a game against Togo.

 Hassan Abdallah’s goal in the 65th Minute was the real turnaround for the game.

A red card received by Johnstone Omurwa in the 73rd minute was a real test of whether Kenya could defeat a strong Egyptian side while it is a ten-man squad.


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