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Sulaya strikes late to maintain Ismaily winning streak

An 80th minute goal from international midfielder Amr El-Sulaya gave Ismaily full points from their game against Wadi Degla on Day 13 of the Egyptian Premier League.

Mahmoud Elassal, Saturday 4 Dec 2010
Amr El Sulaya
Ismaily's victory over Wadi Degla in day 13 of EPL
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It’s the third straight victory for Marc Wotte’s men after previous wins over Ahly, 3-1, and Ittihad of Alexandria, 3-1.

The hosts put a lot of pressure on Wadi Degla from the beginning of the game, but Haytham Mohamed produced some heroic stretches between the sticks to maintain his clean sheet, especially denying a rocketing header from Mohamed Mohsen Abougreisha at the half-hour mark.

The game was closely contested, the visitors near to scoring when Ghanaian striker Wisdom Agblexo broke through Ismaily’s defence only to be denied by international score-stopper Mohamed Sobhy.

Fans had to hold their breath until the 80th minute when Mohab Saied sent a promising pass to right winger Ahmed Sedik who set up Amr El-Sulaya in the six yards area to hit home the winner.

Ismaily are now fourth with 22 points — five points behind leaders Zamalek.

 

Here are today’s results:

Petrojet 3 - 0 Haras Al-Hodoud
Enppi 3 - 2 El Entag El-Harby
Itthad Al-Shorta 1 - 0 Gouna
Arab Contractors 1-1 Masry

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