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Mohamed Abdel Monsef: Beating Petrojet brings the Tigris closer to the Egyptian Cup title

Mohamed Abdel Monsef, goalkeeper of the Wadi Degla team, said that his team’s match with Petrojet in the quarter-finals of the Egypt Cup in the match scheduled for Thursday, Thursday, is one of the fateful matches of the Tigris team this season, explaining that the victory is equal to the team’s victory in the Egyptian Cup.

In exclusive statements to Al-Youm Al-Sabea, Abdel-Monsef explained that the team has folded up the disappointments of the league and the retreating march at the level of results and has focused entirely on achieving the cup title this season, in order to reserve a seat eligible for the Confederation next season.

The legendary Egyptian soccer goalkeeper explained that the cup matches are all surprises and the team’s semi-finals will pave the way to the final, explaining that bypassing the Petrojet station will raise the psychological state of the players to replace their season with the first local Tigris titles.

Osa confirmed that he dreams of lifting the Egypt Cup with the Tigris as he previously lifted it with the Zamalek jersey, explaining that he dreams of taming the titles again to prove his value as a team leader in a season that witnesses his brilliance for the supply of the Tigris den.

The Wadi Degla team underwent a Rapid Test analysis today, Tuesday, in preparation for the match against Petrojet, scheduled for next Thursday, in the quarter-finals of the Egypt Cup, after qualifying for this round at the expense of Al Ittihad of Alexandria in the 16th round of the competition.


On Wednesday, the results of the analyzes will determine the list of players joining the team's list in front of Petrojet in the Cup, through which the team seeks to compensate for its declining career in the League Championship, and to grab the title to ensure a seat eligible for African participation this season.