FIFA Arab Cup
After 120 minutes of a goalless draw, The Pharaohs missed two penalty kicks to lose the game against Qatar.
Amr El Soulia flicked the ball into his own net in the dying seconds of the game, giving Tunisia a 1-0 win and denying the Pharaohs a chance to go to the extra time.
Egypt had several clear chances to have the lead but all the efforts of Mostafa Fathy, Marwan Hamdy and Mohamed Sherif did not find the target.
For stories like this one, football is referred to as the beautiful game.
Egypt will face Tunisia on Wednesday in the semi-finals at 974 Stadium in Doha.
Mostafa Fathy and Ahmed Sayed Zizo, who participated as substitutes against Algeria, will start the game alongside Hussein Faisal behind Marwan Hamdy, who kept his position up front.
Egypt and Jordan will face on Saturday, battling for a place in the semi-finals against Tunisia.
The Pharaohs reached the second round of the FIFA Arab Cup after finishing at the summit of Group D following a fierce battle with Algeria.
OnTime Sports announced that they have obtained the rights of broadcasting Egypt's match against Jordan in the FIFA Arab Cup quarter-finals.
Jordan reached the second round of the competition after finishing second in the group stage behind Morocco.
The Egyptian fans hope for another strong performance against Algeria to finish the group stage as leaders.
The Pharaohs need the three points to secure their place in the second round before facing Algeria in the last group stage game on Tuesday.
Egypt defeated Lebanon 1-0 after Mohamed Magdy Afsha scored from the spot twenty minutes before the final whistle.
Egypt needs the three points to secure a place in the quarter-finals and avoid any unpleasant scenarios in the last group match against Algeria:
Egypt plays in Group D alongside Lebanon, Algeria and Sudan.
A total of 368 players are expected to take part in the competition with some big names called-up to compete in Qatar to lift the coveted trophy.
Carlos Queiroz, Egypt national team head coach, named 23 players for the 2021 FIFA Arab Cup, scheduled in Qatar between 30 November and 18 December.
Egypt plays in Group D of the competition alongside Algeria, Lebanon and Sudan.
With roughly two months to go until the FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021™️, fans have another chance to secure their tickets for the first FIFA pan-Arab tournament.
The new competition is set to be held in Qatar between 1 and 18 December, as a prelude to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.