CAIRO — Zamalek head coach Hassan Shehata has praised the performance of the Egyptian National team in their last game against Guinea in their World cup qualifier.
The former coach of Egypt looked happy after the 3 – 2 victory for the Pharaohs in Conakry at the Stade du 28 September.
“They played very good football and when they play that way no one can stop them” Shehata said to Al Nahar tv.
“Bob Bradley approached the match shrewdly and he got what he wanted when he defeated the toughest team in their group away” he added.
Shehata did not forget to talk about his favourite player Mohammed Abo Trika who scored twice.
“Trika is a legend I want him to stay more on the pitch , he did great work with the team in the last two matches. Not only did he score in the Mozambique match he now also leads Egypt to victory against Guinea? I don’t want anyone to ask Trika to retire” Shehata said again wearing a grin.
Shehata wrote history with Egypt when led them to win three Afcons in 2006, 2008 and 2010, but quit after he could not qualify for the 2012 competition.