Egyptian defender Ahmed Hegazi played the whole game and he couldn't help his team get a better result.
The technical staff of the Egyptian National team contacted representatives from West Bromwich Albion in order to have the latest updates of Ahmed Hegazi’s injury.
Hegazi participated with the national team during 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt and then he underwent an ankle surgery.
Hegazi played a massive role in Egypt’s qualification to the second round with three clean sheets.
Aston Villa’s Egyptian defender, Ahmed El Mohammady, faced his teammate Ahmed Hegazi who plays for West Bromwich.
The manager preferred to leave them available for their clubs.
The player also missed his team’s 1-1 draw at home against Sheffield Wednesday.
Hegazi and Dawson have enjoyedmassive partnership at the team’s back line.
Since he joined the club in 2017, Hegazi has been a key player at the team and he represented the club at 38 Premier League games last season.
Egypt reached 9 points and they hope for Tunisian victory over Niger at the other group game to secure qualifucation to 2019 African Cup of Nations.
West Brom are bottom of the league after 27 matches, with 20 points after three wins, 11 draws and 13 defeats.
De Bruyne had four powerful strikes well saved by Foster in the first half as well as clipping the bar, but he was to get his reward after the break.
In 2014, Gabr joined Zamalek, where he shined in his first year with the club, leading them to win the double.
Liverpool suffered their first defeat at Anfield this season, a double from Jay Rodriguez inspiring West Brom to triumph against all the odds.
McCarthy sustained his injury after the interval as he tried to prevent West Brom's Salomon Rondon from shooting.
Gabr, 29, has been followed by West Brom scouts during his participation with the national team in the 2017 African Cup of Nations.
Liverpool qualified to this round after defeating their local rivals, Everton, 2-1, while West Bromwich defeated Exeter City 2-0.
West Brom hasn’t won a game since their 3-1 loss against the newly promoted team Brighton and Hove Albion in the fourth fixture.
Ramadan Sobhi came as a substitute for Xherdan Shaqiri eleven minutes before the final whistle.
Dominic Solanke scored a late goal for Liverpool but it was disallowed by the referee on the grounds of a handball.