A very Late penalty gave Egypt a ticket to Russian Federation

A very Late penalty gave Egypt a ticket to Russian Federation

An injury-time penalty from Mohamed Salah gave Egypt a 2-1 victory over Congo, and secured their position at the top of Group E with one game to go, sealing their qualification to the World Cup for the first time in 28 years.

Nigeria were the first African country to qualify for the tournament after they defeated Zambia on Saturday.

The Congolese almost ruined Egypt's World Cup hopes, after Boukah Moulou cancelled Mohammed Salah's 64th minute goal in the 87th minute.

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Three more tickets are left to be picked by other African teams.

Salah coolly sent the Congo keeper the wrong way to spark a night of celebrations across Egypt and end the record seven-time African champions' poor World Cup record. Here's how much it means to Egyptian fans.

Egypt was arguably Africa's best team during the 1990s and 2000s, despite never making the World Cup.

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But an energised stadium was flattened just minutes from full time when Bouka-Moutou ghosted in at the far post to slam a volley home past Egypt goalkeeper Essam El Hadary.

Egypt's coach Hector Cuper has revealed he is ready to face Congo in a major decider despite increasing pressure from nationals for him to prove his worth.

However, the Pharaohs were awarded a penalty in the fifth minute of stoppage time.

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