FilGoal | News | On his land and in the absence of his fans .. Al-Masry tied with Berkane on the first ten-year mission

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On the land of the Egyptian, but in the absence of his fans. Al-Masry tied with the rise of Berkane and made it difficult to qualify in the Confederation.

Al-Masry tied with Nahdet Berkane with two goals for each team at the new Suez stadium, in the away leg of the African Confederation quarter-finals.

Moftah Taktak and Zuhair El-Orouby scored the Egyptian goal, while Mohsen Yagour scored the goal of Nahdet Berkane.

Al-Masry played the match in the presence of 1000 fans only by a decision of the security despite the transfer of the match from Alexandria Stadium to the new Suez stadium. A match was the first with Tariq El-Ashry, the new coach, to replace Ihab Jalal, who resigned.

Formation

Tariq El-Ashry has brought Saidou Sempoure back into midfield, while Omar Kamal Abdel Wahed started as a left back in the absence of Bahaa Magdy.

Match description

Al-Masry tried to attack at the beginning of the match. The Port Said team gets a corner in the first minute, then sends a cross key cross, Zuhair Al-Aroubi kept Berkane away before Ras Mahmoud’s head.

Ahmed Yasser missed a goal in the 12th minute. Mahmoud Wadi passed the ball to him inside the penalty area, and Yasir shot it next to the post slightly.

The rise of Berkane response in the 18th minute. The Moroccan team almost came after a cross from Mohsen Yagour, Hamdi met her with header hair next to the post.

Handy emergency switch

The rise of Berkane made his first substitution in the 33rd minute, in an emergency. Muhammad Farhani participated in place of the injured Muhammad Aziz.

And in the 44th minute, Berkane Renaissance really scored the first goal. A cross from the left, Yagur, the veteran, followed in the range of Ahmed Abdel Fattah, the goalkeeper, in the absence of Ahmed Masoud.

The guests almost added a second goal in lost time after a shot from Yajur, but in the side nets, the first half ended with the progress of the rise of Berkane with a goal.

The second half is different

Al-Masry’s start to the second half was different. The key to Taqtak scored the equalizer in the 47th minute after a ball Mahmoud Mahmoud received inside the penalty area and paved it to the key to Taqtak, who paid his left foot in the goal, equalizing.

Mahmoud Wadi almost scored the second in the 55th minute after longitudinally from Miftaqqat key, and the Palestinian was shot next to the post slightly.

Al-Masry kept up the pressure, until he finally managed to score the second goal in the 60th minute. A stationary ball executed inside the penalty area, and Semporee followed it with a touch, to be followed by Ahmed Hamed “Shousha” in the goal, and Ziad Al Aroushi, a volcano keeper, completed it with his goal.

Here Tariq Al-Ashry intervened and made his first alterations. Austin Amoto participated instead of Ahmed Yasser in the 64th minute.

Tariq El-Ashry intervened again in the 73rd minute by entering EasyEmica instead of a patter key.

The rise of Berkane responded in the same minute by entering Adama Pa instead of Zakaria Hadraf in the same minute.

Moroccan control

The rise of Berkane posed a strong danger in the 78th minute after a breakthrough from Mohsen Yagour, and a cross by Hamdi to Asheer, and Choucha entered in front of him at the last minute.

Sabri Traore was the third substitution of Berkane’s renaissance in the 79th minute instead of Bakri Hilali.

The rise of Berkane managed to equalize the 83rd minute. A corner that Mohsen Yajour climbed, and the goalkeeper deposited her header to score the equalizer.

Mahsun Yajur’s goal is his 34th in the African Championships, surpassing Mohamed Abu Trika and Edward Sadumba as the fourth historical goalscorer for the African competitions behind Tresor Mpoto, the top scorer with 55 goals, then Mahmoud Al-Khatib and Amadou Flavio as Al-Ahly players.

Al-Masry players tried to score again, but to no avail, to end the meeting with two goals for each team.

The return match will be in Berkane next Sunday. Al-Masry will need to win any result in order to qualify for the semi-finals of the tournament.

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