Egypt's midfielder Amr Warda has apologized to Egyptian fans on Instagram. Warda's apology comes three days after South Africa knocked Egypt out of the Africa Cup of Nations.
"I deeply apologize to all Egyptians for our failure. Words can not express how deep our sorrow is. You deserve much better than you have seen," the 25-year old midfielder typed on his Instagram official page.
"I feel your great grief and I promise to do my best to please you. We will return stronger, smarter and more courageous to please you," he added.
Egypt achieved the full mark in the group stage for the fourth time in its history. However, fans were outraged following Egypt’s early leave.
It is worth mentioning that the Pharaohs lead AFCON title holders with 7 trophies in 1957, 1959, 1986, 1998, 2006, 2008, and 2010.