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A doctor mediates a medic in the Egypt-South Africa match for the first time after the Eriksen incident

The Olympic team match with South Africa witnessed the presence of a doctor next to the stadiums paramedics for the first time, after the fall of Danish star Christian Eriksen against Finland yesterday, Saturday, in the framework of the Euro 2020 competitions.

And the ambulance authority decided to provide an electric shock device in all ambulances that will be present in any stadium, starting today, after the Eriksen incident.

Egypt's Olympic team, led by Shawky Gharib, renewed its victory over South Africa in the second friendly match that brought them together at Suez Stadium, and the match ended with the Pharaohs winning by three clean goals, and Ahmed Yasser Rayan and Salah Mohsen scored in the 17th, 19th and 23rd minutes of the match from naive mistakes for the boys' defenses.

And the Egyptian Olympic team had previously defeated South Africa in the first friendly, which was held last Thursday evening, with two goals without a response, scored by Mostafa Mohamed.

Today's match witnessed a quick and offensive start from both teams, and the South African team managed to threaten Mahmoud Gad's goal, the Pharaohs' goalkeeper, and almost scored the first goal in the 5th minute, but Mahmoud Gad saved his goal from the first bites, and the first half ended with the Pharaohs advancing 3-0.

In the second half, Shawky Gharib made several changes to give the opportunity to most of the players, and despite the Pharaohs' control over the course of the match, they did not succeed in adding more goals, so the match ended with the Pharaohs winning 3-0.