On the other hand, Ceramica fought the match with a formation consisting of: Goalkeeper: Amer Amer, defensive line: Khaled Sobhi – Abdullah Mahmoud – Rajab Bakkar – Winfol Kubina, midfield: Mahmoud Nabil – Muhammad Ibrahim – Muhammad Toni – Muhammad Massad, offensive line: Shady Hussein – Ahmed Yasser Rayan. Mahmoud Shukry – Diaa Qandil – Ashour Al Adham – Saleh Jumaa – Walid Abdel Moneim – Rajab Omran “Riga” – Maxwell – Mido Jaber – Ahmed Ghoneim sits on the bench.
The first half witnessed pressure and attempts by the players of Ceramica to shake the net of Aswan, and the referee, Mohamed Adel, canceled a goal for the Ceramica team for the pretext of offside, while Aswan tried to reach the goal of Ceramica, but without danger to goalkeeper Amer Amer before Mahmoud Shabana succeeded in shaking the net, taking advantage of a corner kick around his head in the net. Aamir Aamir.
In the second half, Aswan resorted to defensive insurance, while Ceramica stepped up his attack to compensate and wasted more than one opportunity before Muhammad Ibrahim succeeded in scoring the equalizing goal in the 83rd minute with a shot that collided with one of Aswan’s defenders to change course and housed Omar Radwan.
With this result, Aswan raised its score to 10 points, while Ceramica raised its score to 15 points.