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Wed, 11 Apr 2018 18:17 - Updated Wed, 11 Apr 2018 18:17

Egypt five-a-Side soccer team in Luanda

Luanda - Egypt under -18 five-a-side soccer team arrived in Luanda on Wednesday afternoon to play with Angola national team at Cidadela pavilion on Saturday April 14 for first " leg " of last qualifying round to the Youth Olympic Games, 2018 in Argentina.

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The Egyptian delegation is comprised by 24 members, including players, coaches and sport officials.

To reach this stage, Angola defeated Morocco in two matches by 5-4, while Egypt overcame Mozambique by 10-3.

The second "leg” match will be played on 25 April in Cairo.

The 3rd edition of the Youth Olympic Games will take place as from 8 to 16 October in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and will have only one African representative.

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