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Match facts: Maqassa v Zamalek (Egyptian Premier League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage for Thursday's clash between Maqassa and Zamalek in the postponed 31st matchday of the Egyptian Premier League

Ahram Online , Thursday 2 Jul 2015
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Zamalek's players celebrate after scoring against Arab Contractors in last week's Egyptian Premier League game (Photo: the club's official Facebook page)
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FULL TIME: Maqassa 2-1 Zamalek
Scorer(s): Ahmed El-Sheikh 58', Hany Saied 70'/ Omar Gaber 28'

Yellow card(s): Ahmed El-Sheikh 73'/ Ahmed Ali 36'

Lineups:

Maqassa: Mahmoud Hamdi, Abdel-Hamid Sami, Ahmed Bakri, Hosni Fathi (Amr Barakat 90), Mohamed Aboul-Magd, Hani Saied, Omar Nagdi (Hisham Mohamed 82), Ahmed Sami, Mohamed Wahid, Wael Farrag, Hussein Ragab (Ahmed El-Sheikh 42')

Zamalek: Ahmed El-Shennawi - Hazem Emam, Ali Gabri, Mohamed Koffi, Hamada Tolba - Ibrahim Salah, Ahmed Tawfik (Ahmed Eid 61'), Omar Gaber (Tarek Hamed 45')- Ayman Hefni, Mostafa Fathi, Ahmed Ali (Khaled Kamar 72').

 

Venue: Suez military stadium

Referee: Ibrahim Nour Eddin

 

League position:

Maqassa: 4th, 58 pts, 35 matches, 16 wins, 10 draws, 9 losses, GD +5

Zamalek: 1st, 77 pts, 32 matches, 23 winsm 8 draws, 1 loss, GD +43

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