My Ismaili goal was scored by Fakhr al-Din ibn Yusuf, and I see Babylon.
Ismaily increased his score to 23 points and advanced to the 13th position, a full 5 points difference from the relegation centers.
While the National Bank of Egypt froze at 18 points, in the 16th position.
This would be the first historic victory for Ismaily against Al-Ahly Bank in the Egyptian League, as they met only once in the first round and ended 0-0.
Ismaily also completed 4 victories in a row under the leadership of his coach Ihab Jalal – absent due to his infection with Corona -, which is something the Dervishes have not succeeded in achieving since April 2018 under the leadership of Pedro Barney.
Al-Ahly Bank’s poor record at home continued, as it only won one match against El Entag El Harby in the third round.
The match is delayed
The match started 9 minutes late, due to the absence of an ambulance at Petrosport Stadium.
With the emergence of the ambulance and the solution to the crisis, the meeting began, and Ismaily almost finished the first half, ahead with Muhammad Sadiq’s shot that collided with the post.
In the second half, Ismaily took the lead in the 58th minute with Rasiya bin Youssef, after Muhammad Hashem’s cross.
To raise the Tunisian tally to 8 goals in the Egyptian League this season, including 3 goals in the last two matches.
The 89th minute witnessed the referee returning to video technology and making a decision to expel Ahmed Yassin, the National Bank player, due to violent interference.
In the first minute of stoppage time, the Angolan Babel added a second goal after Emad Hamdi’s pass.
Ismaily did not stop attacking, so Ben Youssef executed a wonderful free kick in the ninth minute of stoppage time that rebounded off the post.
Immediately after, Babel wasted alone in front of the goalkeeper’s brilliance, an attack that was the last in the match.