The goals of the Egyptian match and the war production in the Egyptian League

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The Egyptian Port Said team defeated El Entag El Harby with three goals without a response, in the meeting that brought the two teams together, today, Friday, at the Burj Al Arab Stadium in Alexandria in the tenth round of the Premier League competition.

The first goal came through the header of Amotou, the Al-Masry striker, in a wonderful way in the 33rd minute of the match, after receiving a cross from Ahmed Shedid Kenawy, who fired a shell with his head to the right of Hari Al-Entag El Harby.

At the end of the first half, Al-Qaem sympathized with the El Entag El Harby goalkeeper and prevented Mr. Farid, the Egyptian player, from scoring the second goal in the last moments before the referee blew the whistle at the end of the half.

Ahmed Shousha managed to score the second goal of the Port Said team in the 68th minute, after following up on the ball, amid the absence of focus from the production defenders.

Referee Ibrahim Noureddine resorted to the mouse technique to calculate a penalty kick for Austin Amotu from a bazooka push in the 74th minute. Ahmed Refaat tackled it and translated it for a third goal for Al Masry.

In the 81st minute, Bazooka, the production defender, received the second yellow card to be expelled from the match and his team completed the match, minus a player.

The Egyptian formation was as follows: Goalkeepers: Ahmed Masoud, defense line: Amr Moussa, Ahmed Shousha, Ahmed Shedid Kenawy and Karim al-Iraqi, and midfield: Farid Shawqi, Saidu Senbouri, Mohamed Antar, Omar Kamal Abdel Wahid and Ahmed Refaat, offensive line: Austin Amoto.

The formation of the military production in front of Al-Masry Al-Port Said in the Egyptian League came as follows, in the goalkeeper: Ahmed Yahya, and in the defense line were: Muhammad Tariq Abu Al-Ezz, Muhammad Bazooka, Moaz Al-Hinnawi and Al-Sayed Al-Shabrawi, and in the middle line were: Ghannam Muhammad, Mustafa Al-Jamal, Abdel Rahman Cheka and Ahmed Afifi, and two in the offensive line: Amadou Nias and Bassem Morsi.



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