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Match facts: Ahly v Arab Contractors (Egyptian Premier League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage for Monday's match between Ahly and Arab Contractors in the 23rd matchday of the Egyptian Premier League

Ahram Online , Monday 12 Feb 2018
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Full time: Ahly 5-2 Arab Contractors
Scorers:
Walid Azaro 7, 90 Junior Ajayi 16,84, Eslam Mohareb 90 / Mohamed Farouq 45, Ahmed Ali 55 (pen)

Yellow card:
Sabri Rahil (Ahly)
Mohamed Shawqui Gharib, Khaled Abdel-Razek (Arab Contractors)

Lineups:

Ahly: Mohamed El-Shennawi - Ahmed Fathi, Mohamed Naguib, Ayman Ashraf, Sabri Rahil - Hossam Ashour (Salah Mohsen 60) Amr El-Sulaya, Abdallah El-Said - Junior Ajayi, (Eslam Mohareb 85) Phakamani Mahlambi (Walid Soliman 64), Walid Azaro.

Arab Contractors: Mohamed Aboul-Seoud - Ahmed Ali, Mohamed Shawqui Gharib, Mohamed Samir, Khaled Abdel-Razek - Ibrahim Salah (Abdel-Rahman Khaled 90), Mohamed Farouk, Torric Jebrin, Mohamed Ibrahim (Rami Adel 72), Taher Mohamed Taher (Mohamed Nagi 59), Ahmed Ali

Venue: Cairo stadium

Referee: Mohamed El-Hanafy

Teams' position:

Ahly (1st with 57 points after playing 22 games)

Arab Contractors (8th with 31 points after playing 22 games)

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