Egypt's Mohamed Salah celebrates after he scores a goal against Ghana. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
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Egypt avenged a humiliating World Cup defeat by Ghana three years ago with a 2-0 victory Sunday in a 2018 African Group E qualifier before an 85,000 crowd in Alexandria.Ghana triumphed 6-1 in the first leg of a 2014 World Cup playoff to set up an aggregate win that prolonged the agony of Egypt, who have not competed at the Finals since 1990 . Ghana, seeking to qualify for a fourth consecutive World Cup, dominated second-half possession without finding a way past 43-year-old goalkeeper Essam al-Hadary.Egypt have six points after two rounds, Uganda four, Ghana one and Congo Brazzaville are pointless.
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