FilGoal | News | A point is better than nothing … Ceramica Cleopatra snatches a hard tie from Aswan

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Ceramica Cleopatra – Aswan – the image is from Ceramica Cleopatras account

A positive tie was settled with a goal for each team, facing Aswan and Ceramica Cleopatra in the 11th round of the Egyptian League at Petrosport Stadium.

Mahmoud Shabana advanced to Zahra Al-Janoub, while Mohamed Ibrahim scored the goal of Ceramica Cleopatra.

Aswan drew fourth in a row in the league, 3 of them under the leadership of Alaa Abdel-Al, bringing Aswan’s balance to tenth point in 12th place.

Alaa Abdel-Al’s first victory in the league was postponed, as he had not achieved any victory since November 2018 when he was coach of the interior for the 2018-19 season.

Abdel-Al has not achieved any victory in the league since then, in 24 games.

While Ceramica Cleopatras series of victories stopped two consecutive victories, she remained in sixth place with 15 points.

Description of the match

Early pressure from Ceramica Cleopatra to break the defense of Zahra Al-Janoub, and Mohamed Ibrahim scored a goal in the 24th minute that was canceled for offside after returning to video technology.

With the last seconds of the first half, Ahmed Al-Soghairy, the lone player, hit a powerful ball, which Amer Amer saved in the first minute of time, instead of lost.

A corner executed by Amr Al-Halawani, and Mahmoud Shabana turned it with a header at Amer’s window.

Al-Halawani raised the number of decisive passes to 4 this season in the league, equal to Muhammad Magdi Afsha, after Ali Maaloul 5 and Abdullah Al-Saeed 6.

In the second half, Ceramica Cleopatra, after Haitham Shaaban’s changes, continued trying to equalize.

A double pass between Shadi Hussein and Mohamed Ibrahim, the latter shot from inside the area, hitting the right post in the 54th minute.

After 4 minutes, Ahmed Yasser Rayan almost scored the equalizer from Rajab Bakkar’s cross, but it passed weak next to the post.

The guests achieved what they wanted in the 84th minute, with a shot from Mohamed Ibrahim, which hit Mohammed Jaber’s feet, leaving the net wrong with the goalkeeper and announcing a tie.

Omar Dahi, Aswan’s substitute striker, in the 89th minute, nearly scored a fatal goal, trying to dodge Amer Amer, but he did not catch the ball.

The first minute of time, instead of wasted, the Aswan players continued their attempts to snatch a header and then follow-up, but Amer Amer was on the lookout, to end the match with a draw.



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