Ahmed Hijazi with West Bromwich in front of Sheffield and Sydney
West Bromwich beat Sheffield Weddensday by 3 goals to none at Hillsborough Stadium, in the 40th round of the English Premier League Championship.
West Bromwich advanced in the 31st minute of a penalty, scored by striker Charlie Austin.
In the 48th minute, Matthias Pereira scored a second goal from the left-back Keren Gibbs.
Matthias Pereira came back and added the third in the 85th minute, ending the match with West Bromwich’s three-goal victory.
Ahmed Hegazy participated as a player in the meeting for the tenth time this season out of 14 games with the team he participated in, and he missed a long side of the season due to surgery.
The 29-year-old has made his centenary game with the team in full, and for the third consecutive game since the resumption of sports activity in England.
The win raised West Bromwich’s 74 points in second place in the league standings behind leaders Leeds United with 75 points, a difference of 5 points from third-ranked Brentford, while Sheffield Widensday stood at 52 points in 13th place.
West Bromwich is just three points away from being guaranteed at PlayOffs to ascend to the Premier League at least, while maintaining its position in one of the first and second places 6 rounds before the end of the competition, to qualify directly to the Premier League.