The first half ends
44′ Substitution in Spain
43′ Yellow card for Egypt
VAR calls the referee to review the throw. Taher is found to have stepped on the heel of Ceballos
Ceballos feels after splitting with Taher in the previous move
Taher tries to surprise and shoots to the left of the goal
Spain presses the opponent’s area, but fails to threaten. Egypt Keeps Firm in the Marking
Ceballos takes a shot from the edge of the box, searching for the corner. The ball explodes off the post
Asensio takes a free-kick from the midfield towards the good. The goalkeeper drops to save calmly
22′ Substitution in Spain
Mingueza feels his thigh after an early shock. The Barcelona athlete will not be able to stay
Ceballos reverses to Mingueza. The athlete rolls to Asensio, who arrives finishing. The ball is deflected by the defense and goes to the end line. Corner
Egypt fills all the gaps. In its style, Spain exchanges passes in search of its best opportunity
Miranda moves forward on the left, looks for a throw-in in the box. El Eraki puts it to the side
Dani Olmo is open on the left and crosses into the hands of goalkeeper Elshenawy
5′ Yellow card for Egypt
Fotouh, for hitting Mingueza’s leg
Mingueza is hit on the right ankle. The defender is treated on the pitch.
Spain recovers in the attack field. Pedri stretches Oyarzábal in the box, who shoots over the marking
National anthems being played
Reserves from spain
Carlos Soler, Jesús Vallejo, Cucurella, Álvaro Fernández, Rafa Mir, Bryan Gil Salvatierra.
Unai Simón, Mingueza, Eric García, Pau Torres, Miranda; Pedri, Mikel Merino, Ceballos; Dani Olmo, Asensio, Oyarzábal.
Ahmed Ramadan, Karim Fouad, Ibrahim Adel, Amar Hamdi, Ramadan Sobhi, Nasser Mansi, Salah Mohsen.
La Roja in the games
Spain first participated in the Olympic Games in 1900. Since then, the Spanish Olympic Committee has acquired 113 medals. There have been 34 gold, 49 silver, and 30 bronze. Of these, three were won by the Spanish soccer team – one gold and two silver.
Pharaohs in the Olympics
Participating in the games since 1912, the Egyptian Olympic Committee has 29 medals: seven gold, nine silver, and 13 bronze. However, none of them are soccer medals.
Familiar faces to the spaniards
La Roja has young athletes, but who play at a high level in their respective clubs, they are: Pau Torres, Mikel Merino, Carlos Soler, Pedri, Dani Olmo, Unai Simón, Marco Asensio and Oyarzabal.
Egypt and Spain have never met on the field of play. Today’s match marks the first clash of both teams.
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Veterans of Spain
The midfielders Ceballos, Marco Asensio and Mikel Merino.
Unlike the Euro, there were players from Real Madrid: Ceballos and Marco Asensio. In all, five players participated in the continental competition: Dani Olmo, Eric García, Mikel Oyarzabal, Pau Torres, Pedri and, finally, Unai Simón.
Egyptian National Team Squad
Veterans of Egypt
Goalkeeper Mohamed El Shenawy, and defenders Ahmed Hegazi and Mahmoud Hamdy.
Over 24 years old
Due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has increased the age of the athletes: from 23 to 24.
The match will be played at the Sapporo Dome
The Egypt vs Spain match will be played at the stadium Sapporo, on the island of Hokkaido, northern Japan of 42.122 people. And Say something you want to say about stadium
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