Once again Mohamed Salah came up with the goods when it was important to Egypt, as he got up a last minute winner against Tunisia.
He left in Liverpool with a tenth goal in his last eight games to the country, as they stretched out their opponents in the African Nations Cup qualification.
With the level of scores in 2-2, Salah played one with Salah Mohsen, before raising the ball over the keeper of Farouk Ben Mustapha to score.
The Egyptian went behind behind, with goals from Trezeguet and Bahar El Mohamedy, but they were backed back by the second Naim Sliti, formerly the winner of Salah.
The victory moves Egypt at point level with Tunisia at the top of J Group with one remaining game.
Salah scored a last-minute penalty for Egypt to take his first World Cup final in 18 years.
His round in the injury time against Congo meant a qualification for the 2018 World Cup in Russia last summer.
The last seasons The PFA Player of the Year has just returned to the form for his club, following a slow start to this campaign.
He had a score against Fulham on Sunday to take his goal for six league goals for the season and three in his last four games.