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Salah's brace helps Egypt sink Togo

The Pharaohs won their second warm up game in Sudan ahead of the World Cup qualifiers

Karim Farouk, Tuesday 22 May 2012
Egypt's Mohamed Salah (Photo: AP)
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Egypt rising striker Mohamed Salah maintained his scoring form as he netted twice in the Pharaohs 3-0 victory against Togo on Tuesday.

Coach Bob Bradley lined up a full strength team against a second-string Togo side.

Mohamed Nagy "Gedo" broke the deadlock after 25 minutes then Salah scored two-second half goals on 51 and 85 minutes to give the seven-time African champion a large victory.

Egypt are still looking for a third match in their camp at Sudan but Senegal and Malawi declined the offer.

The Pharaohs will kick off their World Cup qualifiers campaign on 1st of June against Mozambique at home.

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