Team tied The Egyptian Port Said And his counterpart, Aswan, with two goals each in the match they gathered at the El-Jaish stadium in Suez, in the 13th round matches of the Egyptian League.
Aswan’s first goal was scored by Fadi Farid in the 12th minute, and Amr Moussa, captain of the Egyptian Al-Port Said team, drew in the 45th minute from a penalty kick, and Aswan returned to progress through Mohamed Gaber in the 59th minute of the penalty kick, so Amr Moussa tied again from a penalty in the 65th minute.
The match saw Ahmed Al-Adawi judge the match, 4 penalty kicks, 3 kicks for the Egyptian and one kick for Aswan.
The first half witnessed a clear comparative advantage from Aswan players in the first minutes of the match against a confusion in the performance of the Egyptian players, and Said Sempoury, the Egyptian player Port Said, wasted a penalty kick in the 26th minute against Aswan.
With the second half witnessed, attempts by the players of both teams to impose control of the ball in the midfield areas, and the match referee counted a penalty kick in favor of Aswan as a result of a hand touch on the Egyptian defender inside the penalty area and Muhammad Jaber succeeds scoring the second goal, to return again and the referee calculates a penalty kick Jedidah in favor of Al-Masry after blocking the team striker inside the penalty area with a yellow card from Mostafa Dwidar, for Amr Moussa to draw for the Port Said team.
With this result, the Egyptian El-Port Said eleventh continues the league table with 16 points after he played 12 games, won in 4 meetings, drew in four, lost 4 confrontations, scored 13 goals, netted 11 goals, and still has a deferred match, while Aswan continues in last place with 9 points After playing 13 games, he won a match, drew 6, lost 6 games, scored 13 goals and netted 22 goals.
Al-Masry’s formation came as follows: Guard: Ahmed Abdel-Fattah, in the defense: Bahaa Magdy – Saido Sembore – Ahmed Hamed “Shousha” – Karim Al-Iraqi, in the middle: Amr Moussa – Farid Shawky, in front of them: Sheikh Mukuru – Islam Attia – Moftakat, in Attack: Austin Amoto..
As for the formation of Aswan, it was as follows: Musaad Awad, Abdullah Al-Sinjhawi, Ibrahim Al-Qadi, Jaber Mido, Al-Husseini Samir, Mustafa Dedwar, Ahmed Fathi, Abdel Aziz Imam, Ahmed Al-Soghary, Muhammad Al-Sabahi, Fadi Farid.