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Egypt vs Ghana: Head-to-head

The full record of Egypt-Ghana matches since 1959

Ahram Online , Sunday 12 Nov 2017
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Head-to-head record: Egypt won 14, lost 7, drew 6, scored 37, conceded 30

13/11/1959 Egypt 2-1 Ghana (Olympic Qualifiers)
06/12/1959 Ghana 2-0 Egypt (Olympic Qualifiers)
03/07/1960 Egypt 2-2 Ghana (Friendly)
18/10/1964 Egypt 5-1 Ghana (Olympics)
09/02/1970 Egypt 1-1 Ghana (African Cup)
16/01/1973 Egypt 2-1 Ghana (All Africa Games)
17/01/1992 Egypt 0-1 Ghana (African Cup)
29/12/1993 Ghana 0-0 Egypt (Friendly)
02/01/1994 Ghana 2-1 Egypt (Friendly)
23/08/1994 Egypt 2-0 Ghana (Friendly)
29/12/1995 Egypt 1-2 Ghana (Friendly)
26/05/1996 Ghana 0-2 Egypt (Friendly)
16/01/1997 Egypt 2-0 Ghana (Friendly)
03/12/1997 Egypt 3-2 Ghana (Friendly)
12/11/1999 Egypt 1-2 Ghana (Friendly)
17/01/2000 Egypt 2-0 Ghana (Friendly)
04/01/2002 Egypt 2-0 Ghana (Friendly)
22/12/2002 Egypt 0-0 Ghana (Friendly)
11/02/2009 Egypt 2-2 Ghana (Friendly)
31/01/2010 Egypt 1-0 Ghana (African Cup)
10/01/2013 Egypt 0-3 Ghana (Frienldy)
15/10/2013 Ghana 6-1 Egypt (World Cup qualifiers playoff)
19/11/2013 Egypt 2-1 Ghana (World Cup qualifiers playoff)
13/11/2016 Egypt 2-0 Ghana (World Cup qualifiers)
25/01/2017 Egypt 1-0 Ghana (Africa Cup of Nations 2017)
12/11/2017 Ghana 1-1 Egypt (World Cup qualifiers)

Biggest win:  Egypt 5-1 Ghana (Olympics) on 18 October 1964
Biggest defeat: Egypt 1-6 Ghana (World Cup qualifiers playoff) on 15 October 2013

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