Hull City star Gedo to lead Egyptian attack in World Cup tie
By Shafy Mosaad in Cairo
Hull city striker Mohamed Nagy Gedo will lead Egypt's attack as he picks up his 32nd international cap, his national coach has said.
Bob Bradley, the American coach of the Egyptian national team, said Gedo will lead the line in the world cup qualifier against Zimbabwe on March 26.
Gedo has scored 17 times for the Pharaohs, six in their last ten internationals.
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The 28-year-old has also become an instant hit with Hull City fans scoring five times in seven outings since joining on loan from Al Ahly in January.
Speaking to Egyptian journalists, Bradley said Gedo will lead his attack alongside Basel FC star Mohamed Salah.
The Egyptian national team will host Zimbabwe at the Borg El-Arab stadium in Alexandria. The Pharaohs are leading Group G with six points, five points ahead of third place Zimbabwe, who have only gained one point.
Gedo's fellow Egyptian stars Ahmed Elmohamady and Ahmed Fathi have also been named in Egypt squad for the African world cup qualifier.