Egypt’s loss in the African Nations .. a single reason for defeat, and Queiroz is looking for a coach

Many fans of the Egyptian national team agreed to blame Portuguese coach Carlos Queiroz for the loss, on Tuesday evening, against Nigeria 0-1, in the first confrontation of the African Nations Cup currently underway in Cameroon.

Tweeters criticized Queiroz’s choices and decisions to change the players’ positions, stressing that they were the main reason for the team’s loss.

Athletes said that the loss was a natural result due to the illogical plan, and that the team might lose the championship and qualify for the World Cup in the qualifiers if the performance continued in the same way.

Immediately after the end of the match, the (#John_Musharq) hashtag topped the list of the most frequently traded in Egypt, indicating that the “Pharaohs” attackers did not reach the Nigeria team’s goal area due to the poor performance by the “Egyptian battalion” and that only one goalkeeper appeared during the match, which is Mohamed El-Shennawy ( Egyptian national team goalkeeper.

Former national team striker Ahmed Hossam “Mido” said that the performance of the “Pharaohs” was bad, blaming the coach responsible, but he indicated that the referee denied Egypt a clear penalty.

Haitham Farouk, the former Egyptian player and current analyst on the “BN Sports” network, sufficed with the phrase “no color, no taste, no smell” to refer to the performance of the Egyptian team.

On the other hand, Queiroz admitted the disappointing performance of the national team, but expressed his conviction that the “Pharaohs” qualified for the next round, and said in statements after the match, “There was no reason for this failure and this loss against the Nigerian team. The first half was very poor, we were not on the field.” We started in the second half.”

The coach added, “We lost this match, and we have 6 more matches in the tournament, and we will qualify for the next round after the next two matches against Guinea Bissau and Sudan in the group stage.”

According to media reports, Queiroz got into an argument after the match, and responded to criticism by telling one of the fans, “Be the coach.”

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