Former U.S. national team coach Bob Bradley won his first competitive game in charge of Egypt as the Pharaohs beat Mozambique, 2-0, Friday night in their
opening game of 2014 World Cup qualifying. Read the original story...
The game was Egypt's first home game in eight months and was played without fans at a military stadium on the Mediterranean coast near
Alexandria. The move was made by the interior ministry after more than 70 people died at a league game Feb. 1.
Mahmoud Fathallah opened the scoring
in the 54th minute, and Egypt added to its lead nine minutes later when Mohamed Zidan's volley rebounded off the post and deflected in off the Mozambique
Friday marked the opening day of the semifinal group stage of World Cup 2014 qualifying in the African zone.