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Mido-salah can reach 100goals

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Former Tottenham Hotspur striker Mido has told the BBC he is "proud" of Mohamed Salah after the Liverpool forward became the highest-scoring Egyptian in Premier League history.Salah's double against Spurs at Anfield on Sunday took his Premier League tally to 23 goals, surpassing the 22 that Mido got during his spells with Tottenham, Middlesbrough and Wigan.Salah, 25, has scored 21 league goals for Liverpool this season following a summer move from Roma, with the other two having come in his days as a Chelsea player."I felt proud after Salah reached my number of goals, and I think he can reach 100 goals easily," Mido said."Salah is on top form, he is strong and fast I'm sure he will score more goals and break more records in the English Premier League."Now he is playing with a very big side, and I want him to focus more and more with the Reds so that he can make history."

Breaking news: Mo Salah wins African player of the year Asisat Oshoala, see full list of winners

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Just in  more to come on the awards 

Player of the Year1. Mohamed Salah (Egypt, Liverpool/ENG), 2. Sadio Mane (Senegal, Liverpool/ENG), 3. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon, Borussia Dortmund/GER)Women’s Player of the YearAsisat Oshoala (Nigeria, Dalian Quanjian/CHN)Youth Player of the YearPatson Daka (Zambia, Liefering/AUT)Coach of the YearHector Cuper (Egypt)Club of the YearWydad Casablanca (Morocco)National Team of the YearEgyptWomen’s National Team of the YearSouth Africa

THREE AFRICAN GIANTS ON THE BRINK OF WORLD CUP QUALIFICATION

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Nigeria, Egypt and Tunisia could all book their spots at next year's World Cup in the penultimate round of African qualifiers at the weekend but the other two slots will only be decided next month. A home victory over Zambia – a side they beat away at the start of the group phase – will be enough to see Nigeria return to the finals after reaching the second round in Brazil in 2014. Last month's convincing 4-0 win over Cameroon, inspired by the return of Victor Moses to the team, saw them eliminate the reigning African champions and establish a three point advantage, with two games to play, at the head of Group B.
"We must wrap this race up on Saturday. Our team has shown professionalism, dedication and determination to be in this position," captain John Obi Mikel said in the build-up to the match in Uyo.
Zambia's young side upset Algeria away in their last game to stay in the race and give themselves hopes of an unlikely turnaround after picking up a solitary point f…

Dubai hosts Nigeria vs Egypt in january

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The Eagles will face the Egyptians in a friendly encounter billed for the United Arab Emirates
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