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Match facts: Zamalek v Wadi Degla (Egyptian Premier League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage of Wednesday's match between Zamalek and Wadi Degla in the 24th matchday of the Egyptian Premier League

Ahram Online , Wednesday 14 Feb 2018
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File photo: Wadi Degla player fights for the ball against Zamalek's Bassem Morsi (Photo: AL-Ahram)
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Full time: Zamalek 1-0 Wadi Degla
Scorer: Kabongo Kasongo 90+3 


Line ups:

Zamalek: Ahmed El-Shennawi - Mohamed Abdel-Ghani, Mahmoud Alaa, Hamdi Nagguez, Maarouf Yussuf - Tarek Hamed, Mahmoud Abdel-Aziz (Youssef Ibrahim 84), Emad Fathi (Mohamed Antar 60), Ayman Hefni (Ahmed Madbouli 60), Abdallah Gomaa - Kabongo Kasongo

Wadi Degla: Mohamed Abdel-Monsef - El-Sayed Salem, Patrick Malo, Osama El-Azab, Ahmed Salem - Mohamed Hassan, Mohamed Anwar, Ahmed Said (Richard Boro 82), Ahmed Eid (Karim Bedir 88) - Omar El-Saied, Ibrahima Ndiaye (Boubacar Traore 80)

Venue: Cairo's international stadium

Referee: Mohamed Maarouf

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