Hadry will be oldest goalkeeper in the World Cup



Sun, 08 Oct 2017 - 09:58 GMT


Sun, 08 Oct 2017 - 09:58 GMT

Essam el-Hadry - Reuters

Essam el-Hadry - Reuters

CAIRO – 8 October 2017: Essam el-Hadary, goalkeeper of the national team, is preparing for a new record to add to his records in football, that “the high dam” will be the biggest goalkeeper in the history of the World Cup.

Hadary will be 45 years and four months in the next World Cup and will beat the Colombian Faryd Mondragón, who was 43 years and 3 days old in 2002 world cup.
He said that he will guard the team's goal in the World Cup and will be the main guard of the Pharaohs.

Liverpool congratulated Mohamed Salah on Liverpool’s official Twitter account:

West Bromwich official Twitter account celebrated with Hegazi:

Arsenal also congratulated Elneny on Twitter:

Al-Ittihad Saudi club also congratulated Kahraba:

AlAhli Saudi club celebrated with their player Abdel Shafy:

Ramadan was also congratulated by his club Stoke City:



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