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The national team has no shape,” Gomaa said as was quoted by KingFut. “We used to criticize the team under former coach Hector Cuper, but at least there was a defensive shape and we played on the counterattack.”
Gomaa, a retired defender and one who is considered the best ever in Africa in his position, stated the Pharaohs could not pick victory from quite a winnable encounter. He also took issue with how Kenya scored the equaliser.
Egypt conceded a corner, which was delivered by second-half substitute Duke Abuya and landed on Michael Olunga. The Al Duhail SC striker saw his shot blocked but Hassan was lurking around to tap home past Mohamed El-Shenawy in a crowded area.
“What matches should be won and which should be played? Is this a final? We didn’t win today [Thursday] and didn’t play well,” the former Al Ahly SC star added. “I was optimistic before the match, but the goal we conceded shows how unorganized we were.
“But I didn’t see a clear style of play. The players weren’t eager to play for the Egyptian national team and there was no teamwork.”
Although he excused head coach Hossam El-Badry, he demanded that a clear playing philosophy should be seen.
“Yes, I sought excuses for Hossam El-Badry, as a result of the lack of training camps, but we must see a proper style of play at times,” the retired star concluded.
Egypt will play Comoros in the final Group G qualifier at home as Kenya travel to Lome for an encounter against eliminated Togo.