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Match facts: Maqassa v Ahly (Egyptian Premier League)

Ahram Online is providing a score update for Thursday's match between Maqassa and Ahly in the 4th matchday of the Egyptian Premier League

Ahram Online , Thursday 5 Nov 2015
Maqassa v Ahly
Maqassa player fights for the ball against Ahly player (Photo: Al-Ahram)
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FULL TIME: Maqassa 1-0 Ahly
Scorer: Ahmed Sami 57

Yellow cards:

Hani Said (Maqassa)
Amr Barakat (Maqassa)
Abdallah El-Said (Ahly)
Hossam Ashour (Ahly)
Hossam Ghaly (Ahly)
Mohamed Naguib (Ahly)

Starting lineups:

Maqassa: Mahmoud Hamdi - Ahmed Sami, Saleh Moussa, Abdel-Hamid Sami, Hosni Fathi - Hani Said, Mahmoud Wahid (Alaa Shaaban 67), Mohamed Gaber (Abou Bakr Abdel-Latif 78), Mahmoud Dunga, Omar Najdi (Amr Barakat 74) - Nana Pokou.

Ahly: Sherif Ekrami – Ahmed Fathi, Mohamed Naguib, Ahmed Hegazy, Sabri Rahil – Hossam Ghaly, Hossam Ashour (Amr Gamal 73), Moemen Zakareya, Abdallah El-Said – John Antwi (Malick Evouna 58), Emad Meteb (Walid Soliman 58)

Referee: Mahmoud El-Banna

Assistant referees: Mohamed Lotfy, Hani Khairy and Amr Galal

Venue: PertoSport Stadium, Cairo

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