The Egyptian FA says its players - and Mohamed Salah in particular - were the subject of racist abuse from Senegal fans during their World Cup play-off game.
It also claims Senegalese fans threw bottles and rocks at players during the warm-ups and attacked the team bus as it approached the stadium. The Egyptian FA posted pictures of the incidents to its official Instagram account.
Liverpool forward Sadio Mane slotted the decisive spot-kick in the penalty shoot-out to send Senegal to the World Cup finals at Egypt's expense.
A statement from the Egypt FA said: "The Egypt national team have been exposed to racism with offensive signs in the stands against the Egyptian players in general, and Mohamed Salah in particular.
"The crowd also intimidated the players by throwing bottles and rocks on them during the warm-up.
"The Egyptian group's busses have also been exposed to assaults that led to broken windows and injuries; filed with pictures and videos as proof in the complaint submitted."
Sky Sports News has contacted Fifa for a comment.
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