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Match facts: Enppi v Zamalek (Egyptian Premier League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage of Saturday's match between Enppi and Zamalek in the 5th matchday of the Egyptian Premier League

Ahram Online, Saturday 1 Sep 2018
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Full time: Enppi 1-4 Zamalek
Scorers: Mohamed Shika 90+1/ Mahmoud Alaa 36 (pen), Salah Soliman 40 (O.G), Ibrahim Hassan 58, Kabongo Kasongo 65  


Yellow cards: Toba 55, Fathi 85 (Enppi)/ Mohamed Ibrahim 62, Sassi 73 (Zamalek)  

Starting line-ups:

Enppi: Abdel-Aziz Al-Balouti, Ali Fawzi, Rami Sabri, Salah Soliman, Abdel-Rahman Amer (Amr El-Halawani 45), Mahmoud Toba, Mahmoud Ghali (Onoriode Odah 46), Hamdi Fathi, Mohamed Shika, Nouh Wael, Arafa El-Sayed (Ahmed Abdel-Fattah 54) 

Zamalek: Mahmoud Gennesh, Hazem Emam, Mahmoud Alaa, Mahmoud Hamdi, Bahaa Magdi, Tarek Hamed, Ferjani Sassi, Mohamed Ibrahim (Abdallah Gomaa 66, Omar El-Said 82), Youssef Ibrahim, Ibrahim Hassan (Mostafa Fathi 77), Kabongo Kasongo 

Venue: Petro Sport stadium, Cairo

Referee: Mohamed Maarouf

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