Egypt's U-23 side claimed another 2-0 victory over Burundi on Sunday in Cairo to qualify for the the All-Africa Games.
ENPPI forward Mahmoud 'Kahraba' Abdel-Moneam opened the scoring in the 21st minute before creating another goal for Arab Contractors striker Mohamed Salah two minutes past the hour mark.
The young Pharaohs completed a 4-0 aggregate victory after winning the first-leg with the same score two weeks ago in Burundi.
The All-Africa Games will take place in Brazzaville, Congo from 3-18 September.
Egypt won the gold medal at the Games twice. They defeated Kenya in Nairobi in the 1987 final and beat Zimbabwe in Harare in 1995.
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