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Match facts: Ahly v Ragaa (Egyptian Premier League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage of Tuesday's Egyptian Premier League match between Ahly and Ragaa

Ahram Online , Tuesday 31 Mar 2015
Moussa Yedan (C) of Egypt's Al-Ahly celebrates after scoring a goal against Cameroon's Coton Sport during their Confederations Cup semi-final soccer match at Cairo stadium, September 28, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
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Full time: Ahly 2-1 Ragaa 
Scorers: Amr Nabil 11 (O.G), Saladin Said 84/ Amir Qaisar 36 (pen) 

Yellow cards: 
Abdallah El-Saied (Ahly) 
Saad Samir (Ahly) 
Sherif Ekramy (Ahly)
Peter Ebimobowei (Ahly)
Walid Soliman (Ahly)
Assem Salah (Ragaa)
Mohamed Abdallah (Ragaa)
Emmanuel Adewole (Ragaa)

Starting line-ups:

Ahly: Sherif Ekramy, Bassem Ali, Saad Samir, Sherif Hazem, Hussein El-Sayed, Hossam Ashour (Mahmoud Trezeguet 51), Hossam Ghaly, Moemen Zakareya (Saladin Said 76), Abdallah El-Saied, Emad Meteb, Peter Ebimobowei (Walid Soliman 51) 

Ragaa: Mohamed Fathi, Ali El-Arabi, Amr Nabil, Mahmoud Farag (Karim El-Deeb 80), Ahmed Deif, Amir Qaisar, Assem Salah, Mohamed Abdallah, Mohamed Efsha, Moetemed Mohsen, Emmanuel Adewole (Islam Fouad 83) 

Venue: Petro Sport Stadium (Cairo) 

Referee: Gehad Greisha 

League positions:
Ahly: 3rd with 36 points from 19 matches
Ragaa: 16th with 20 points from 20 matches

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