Egypt win five goal thriller
Egypt grabbed a dramatic 3-2 victory over 10-man Guinea in their 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier played in Conakry on Sunday night.
Guinea looked as though they had salvaged a point in injury-time when they equalised to make the score 2-2, but Mohamed Salah popped up with the last kick of the game to net the winner.
Both these sides won their opening fixture in the pool and the winner of this group will more than likely come from one of them.
So this away victory for Egypt could be crucial come the final reckoning, but they were made to work all the way for it.
Guinea were awarded a spot-kick in the first period and Abdoul Camara made no mistake, putting the hosts in front.
They held that lead until the hour-mark, when Mohamed Aboutrika equalized for The Pharaohs, and then put his side in front from the spot.
Guinea goalkeeper Naby Yattara was red-carded in the incident that led to the penalty, leaving the home side to play out the last 28 minutes a man down.
But they did still manage to find an equaliser as Alhassane Bangoura scored a goal that seemed likely to give them a point.
That was until Saleh popped up late on to score the winner for the Pharaohs and give coach Bob Bradley a perfect record of two wins from two.