Following the poor treatment they received, EFA president Gamal Allam revealed that they intend to request that the Senegal game be replayed.
Egypt’s World Cup hopes were dashed after a penalty shootout loss to Senegal, in which Mohamed Salah, Ahmed Sayed Zizo, and Mostafa Mohamed all missed from the spot.
The game was surrounded by many controversies prior to the game, such as the Egyptian team bus being delayed and attacked, which led to reports of the EFA requesting a 30-minute postponement of the game.
Furthermore, the players were pelted with bottles during their warm-up, and the EFA claimed that the team was subjected to racism as a result of some of the offensive banners in the Senegalese stands aimed at captain, Salah.
“In Egypt, we treated Senegal well and they were protected since the moment they arrived,” Allam said.
“When we arrived in Senegal, we were insulted at the Airport and we received bad treatment from the workers there.
‘When we arrived at the stadium, the bus driver didn’t enter directly, he kept driving around for us to see the fans cursing at us and insulting us.
“We filed an official complaint to FIFA and CAF and we will talk to the FIFA president Gianni Infantino about the situation. The match took place in a terrible atmosphere.
“We will show the evidence of the laser they used during the game, the abuse we received while we were inside the bus, and the water bottles thrown at our