Salah and team mates celebrate their World Cup qualification.
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Egypt's first World Cup warmup will be against Portugal, a match that could have two of the most prolific scorers in football going up against each other.The Liverpool forward scored four goals in the Premier League Saturday.DEFENSEWest Bromwich Albion defender Ahmed Hegazi is the jewel of Egypt's defense. Next to him might be club teammate Ali Gabr, who has sat on the bench since moving on loan to the English team from Egyptian club Zamalek two months ago.MIDFIELDAl-Ahly playmaker Abdullah el-Said has been a key member of the squad in recent years but has found himself in trouble with his team in recent days after secretly agreeing to join crosstown rivals Zamalek amid negotiations over a contract extension with his club.
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