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Die erste Liga in Deutschland wurde in Berlin gegründet und existiert als Berliner Stadtliga bis heute. Ab wurden deutsche Meisterschaften zwischen den Siegern der jeweiligen Landesligen ausgespielt.
Mit der Einführung der Oberliga gab es ab erstmals eine deutschlandweite Eishockeyliga. Seit ist die 1. Historisch bedingt ist Eishockey vor allem dort verbreitet, wo es genügend Eisflächen für die Ausübung der Sportart gibt.
Eine Mannschaft besteht für gewöhnlich aus bis zu 22 Spielern, von denen sich maximal sechs zeitgleich auf dem Eis befinden dürfen.
Dabei befinden sich die Akteure meist nur für etwa eine Minute auf dem Eis ehe gewechselt wird. Die Mannschaften agieren in der Regel in sogenannten Linien, Reihen oder Blöcken, was bedeutet, dass Stürmer und Verteidiger möglichst immer in derselben Formation auf dem Eis stehen.
In manchen Fällen, Ligen oder Wettbewerben z. NHL wird auch auf zwei Hauptschiedsrichter zurückgegriffen. Ziel des Spiels ist es, Tore zu erzielen.
Wer am Ende einer Partie mehr Tore erzielt hat, erringt den Sieg. Die Nettospielzeit beträgt dreimal zwanzig Minuten, getrennt durch zwei Drittelpausen, in denen das Eis neu aufbereitet wird.
Kommt es während des Spiels zu Unterbrechungen, wird die Uhr angehalten. Bei einem Eishockey-Spiel muss es am Ende immer einen Sieger geben.
Sollte vor dem Ablauf dieser Zeit ein Tor fallen, ist das Spiel automatisch beendet sudden death.
Jede Mannschaft darf fünf Spieler bestimmen, die abwechselnd frei auf das gegnerische Tor zulaufen dürfen und dabei versuchen, einen Treffer zu erzielen.
Da es sich beim Eishockey um eine sehr harte und körperbetonte Sportart handelt, tragen die Spieler eine umfassende Schutzausrüstung.
Even though Egypt were in fourth place in the previous tournament, it changed. In the Africa Cup of Nations , Egypt became the host again.
In their opening game, Egypt lost to Senegal 1—0. However, Egypt went on to win their two remaining games in the group stage, with scores of 2—0 against the Ivory Coast, and 2—0 against Mozambique.
Egypt were in first place in Group A, and in the semi-finals, Egypt won against Morocco 1—0, advancing to the final since the edition, to play against Cameroon, who had Roger Milla.
Egypt won the game 5—4 in penalties, after drawing 0—0, thus becoming champions for the third time since the tournament from Egypt entered this championship as the current title holders.
In their game against Cameroon, they lost 1—0 by a goal from Roger Milla. Despite, they were a point below from entering the next round, which was the semi-finals.
In the Africa Cup of Nations in Algeria , it got worse. Egypt did qualify for this tournament, and they were put in Group A, along with Algeria , Nigeria, and the Ivory Coast.
Egypt lost all their group stage games, thus making Egypt fail to obtain at least one point for the first time in the Africa Cup of Nations.
The scores the 3—1 defeat to the Ivory Coast, the 1—0 defeat to Nigeria, and the 2—0 defeat to Algeria. In the Africa Cup of Nations , hosted in Senegal , Egypt entered by qualifying to this tournament.
Egypt were placed in Group D with Ghana and Zambia. In their game against Zambia, Egypt lost 1—0. In their game against Nigeria, they lost again by a score of 1—0 too.
Egypt again failed to obtain a least a point for the second time, being consecutive, along with losing all their games in the group stage.
In their second game, they drew against Nigeria 0—0. Egypt were able to qualify to the next round, which were the quarter-finals, being first place in Group B by goal difference, to face Mali.
In the edition , hosted in South Africa, Egypt participated in this tournament. In their first game, Egypt faced Angola, successful winning 2—1 with both goals scored from Ahmed El-Kass.
In their second game, however, Egypt lost 2—1 against Cameroon. Egypt qualified to the quarter-finals, as runners-up of the group, being behind the hosts.
In the quarter-finals, Egypt were to face Zambia. In this game, Egypt lost 3—1. This eliminated Egypt, with South Africa winning their first title, and as hosts.
In their first game, Egypt won Mozambique 2—0, with the two goals from Hossam Hassan. In the game against Zambia, Egypt again won 4—0, with the goals being a hat trick from Hassan and one from Radwan.
In their third game however, Egypt lost against Morocco, 1—0, with the goal scored in the 90th minute from Mustapha Hadji. Despite this defeat, Egypt qualified to the quarter-finals, as runners-up of Group D, and they were to face against the Ivory Coast.
In this game, Egypt won 5—4 in penalties, after a 0—0 draw. This made Egypt advance to the semi-finals since the tournament.
In their semi-final, Egypt faced the hosts Burkina Faso, in which Egypt defeated Burkina Faso by a score of 2—0, with the goals scored from Hassan.
This made Egypt go to the final since the tournament, the same tournament that was their last tournament as champions, to play against South Africa.
In the final, Egypt were successful, winning 2—0, with a goal from Ahmed Hassan and a goal from Tarek Mostafa. Egypt won their fourth title since they won as hosts in the tournament.
For the Africa Cup of Nations , Egypt entered as the defending champions. This tournament was in Ghana and Nigeria. In these three games, Egypt won the three of them.
Their match against Zambia was a 2—0 victory, a 1—0 victory over Senegal, and a 4—2 win against Burkina Faso.
With these three victories, Egypt were the group leaders and they advanced to the quarter-finals. In the quarter-finals, they lost to Tunisia 0—1, the goal was scored by a penalty kick.
Egypt were eliminated from the tournament, in which Cameroon won their third title. In their opening match, Egypt lost 0—1 to Senegal.
However, Egypt won their two remaining group stage games, with the scores of 1—0 against Tunisia and 2—1 against Zambia.
Egypt advanced to the quarter-finals, as runners-up, with six points, to face Cameroon. In this game, being Cameroon vs. Egypt, in the quarter-finals, Egypt lost 1—0.
This score eliminated Egypt. In this tournament, Cameroon won their fourth title, being the second title won consecutively.
Egypt qualified to the Africa Cup of Nations , which was hosted in Tunisia. Egypt won 1—2 against Zimbabwe, lost 2—1 to Algeria, and drew 0—0 against Cameroon.
Egypt failed to qualify for the quarter-finals due to that Algeria scored a goal more than Egypt, after leveling on points and goal difference.
Tunisia, the hosts won their first title, beating Morocco in the final. In the opening match, Egypt defeated Libya 3—0. In the second game, Egypt drew 0—0 against Morocco.
However, in the third game, Egypt won 3—1 against the Ivory Coast, thus making Egypt as the group leader and advancing to the next round, the quarter-finals.
In the quarter-finals phase, Egypt faced DR Congo, in which Egypt won 4—1, thus making Egypt advance to the semi-finals. In the semi-finals, Egypt faced Senegal.
In this game, Egypt won Senegal 2—1, thus making Egypt qualify for the final to face the Ivory Coast, after playing against each other in the group stage.
In the final match, Egypt drew 0—0 with the Ivory Coast, sending them to extra time, and still, the score remained 0—0.
After extra time, the game was taking to the penalty shoot-out phase. In the penalty shoot-out phase, Egypt were victorious, winning 4—2 against the Ivory Coast, and claiming their fifth title, being the third title won as hosts, the last time Egypt won the tournament before this was in Egypt beat Cameroon 4—2, won against Libya by a score of 3—0, but drew 1—1 against Zambia.
Egypt entered the quarter-finals as the group leader. In the quarter-final, Egypt faced and beat Angola 2—1.
Then, Egypt advanced to the semi-finals to face the Ivory Coast. The last time they faced each other was in the final, in which Egypt won the game, claiming their fifth title.
In the semi-finals, Egypt were victorious, beating Ivory Coast 1—4. Egypt advanced to the finals to face the Cameroonians. In this game, Egypt won 0—1 thanks to a goal from Mohamed Aboutrika , helping Egypt win their sixth title.
Egypt won their three group stage games, thus advancing to the quarter-finals, to face Cameroon. In this match, Egypt won 3—1 after extra time, thus eliminating the Cameroonian team.
In the semi-finals, they faced Algeria, in which Egypt won 4—0, making Egypt go to the final for the third consecutive time.
In the final, Egypt faced Ghana. In this game, Egypt won 1—0 against Ghana, with the goal scorer being Gedo. This led Egypt to their seventh title, win their third consecutive cup, become the first nation to win three consecutive Africa Cup of Nations titles, becoming the most successful team in this tournament.
However, for the Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea , even though Egypt were the defending champions, they failed to qualify.
After the Port Said Stadium riot which caused the deaths of 74 people, the Egyptian government shut down the domestic league for two years, which affected the Egyptian national team ,  resulting in their failure to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations.
For the third consecutive time, Egypt failed to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations, this time in Equatorial Guinea in In their first game, against Tanzania, Egypt won 3—0.
This made Egypt joint group leader by goal difference with Nigeria, with both nations having won their first game.
This marked Egypt's return to the competition after 7 years having missed out on the previous 3 editions. Egypt opened the score before the break thanks to Arsenal's midfielder Elneny.
However, Cameroon stepped up its game in the second half and Nicolas Nkoulou scored the equalizer before Vincent Aboubakar scored the second goal in the last minutes.
Egypt was the first African country to qualify for the World Cup. The time it took Egypt to qualify for two successive tournaments 56 years between and is a World Cup Record that is shared only with Norway It lost to Hungary 4—2 in their first and only match in Since the Egyptians favored defensive tactics, they scored only one goal in the World Cup , scored by Magdi Abdelghani through a penalty.
This made Abdelgani the first African to score a penalty kick in the World Cup. A 1—1 draw with the Netherlands gave the Egyptians their first point in the World Cup.
They then drew again, this time goalless, with Ireland. While the Egyptians needed just a draw to progress to the next round, they lost 1—0 to England.
As of June , Egypt had yet to win a game. Egypt's team built a strong defense with only a few counter attacks. The first half was a boring goalless draw.
In the second half, things were looking good for Uruguay, who had more goal-scoring chances, however, El Shenawy made several key saves including a strong kick from Cavani.
Near the end, Uruguay had gotten a free kick near the goal. But Cavani's shot hit the post. In the 89th minute, right when it seemed the two sides would draw, Jimenez scored a header from a free kick, ruining Egypt's dreams.
Due to strong saves by Egypt's goalkeeper, he was voted man of the match but he refused the reward due to the sponsorship by Budweiser.
Against the hosts, Egypt was more optimistic due to Salah being called up as a starter. The first half was quiet strong for Egypt who had higher position of the ball and made several goal-scoring opportunities, but the first half was goalless.
In the second half, Russia scored when El-Shenawy's punch went to Roman Zobnin , who kicked very weakly but Ahmed Fathy , who got the ball, panicked despite there being no Russians nearby, and scored an own goal right in the corner.
This led to Egypt's morale going down, with two more goals coming. Artem Dzyuba made it 3—0 as he took a lofted ball into the box down on his chest, taking a touch to go past Ali Gabr and finish between El-Shenawy's legs with a low shot.
Salah won a penalty after he was fouled by Zobnin — although it was only given after a consultation with the video assistant referee as the referee had initially said the offence took place outside the box.
Salah scored from the spot to become only the third Egyptian player to score at a World Cup. This was Egypt's first goal in 28 years.
Egypt could have been awarded a second penalty but it went unseen by the referee. El Hadary was the starting Goalkeeper in expense of El Shenawy, and thus became the oldest player in the world cup with 45 years and days.
In the 22nd minute, Abdallah Said 's pass to Salah saw a lob that would score a goal. This was the first non-penalty goal since and the first time that Egypt had led in a world cup match excluding Fawzi's hat-trick which made the match against Hungary go but was ruled offside by the referee.
Five minutes before the interval Ahmed Fathy was adjudged to have deliberately handled Yasser Al-Shahrani 's cross inside the area.
El Hadatu produced a save to deny Fahad Al-Muwallad 's kick but his celebrations were cut short when a second penalty was awarded for Ali Gabr 's tug on Al-Muwallad's shirt.
Salman Al-Faraj stepped up this time to fire past the goalkeeper and draw his side level. Egypt substitute Kahraba fired straight at Al-Mosailem late on.
Salem Al-Dawsari finished a right-footed volley past El Hadary in the closing stages. The second penalty shot was the latest goal scored in the first half in a world cup match since at 50 minutes and 36 seconds.
The second goal, while not a record, was scored at the 95th minute despite there being 4 minutes of extra time to which the referee ended the match right after.
Hector Cuper who was criticized due to his defensive strategies, was sacked. It is believed the EFA did this due to politics. While the match with Uruguay had few spectators, the match against Russia had tons of Egyptians, to the point the Egyptians outnumbered the Russians despite the match being hosted by Russia.
This was marred with controversies since a lot of Egyptian celebrities had attended for free, possibly as a deal with an Egyptian Telephone Company.
The low attendance in the Egypt-Uruguay match was due to 'ghost victors,' people who bought tickets but didn't attend. The following 25 players were called up for the Africa Cup of Nations qualification matches against eSwatini on 12 and 16 October INJ Player withdrew from the squad due to an injury.
RET Retired from the national team.