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A regular off the substitutes bench, Mohamed Abdelshafi made five appearances at the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations in Angola and racked up over 100 minutes of playing time.
The versatile player showed his class in the semifinal against Algeria when he netted the third goal from a tight angle after receiving a pass from Mohamed Zidan.
Cairo-born left-back who plays his club football for Zamalek in the Egyptian premier league. Abdelshafi has only recently broken into the Egyptian national team and this will be his first Africa Cup of Nations.
The 24-year-old started his career with ENPPI before spending four years at Ghazl El-Mehalla. In 2009 he transferred to Zamalek and his performances for the big club have earned him a call up to the Pharaohs squad as they look to win an unprecedented third successive Nations Cup title.
Abdelshafi did not participate in Egypt’s 2010 FIFA World Cup/Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign and he will have his ands full trying to beat out the established Sayed Moawad for the left-back or left-wingback berth in Hassan Shehata’s team.
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