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Palestinian Wadi scores hat-trick as Masry rout Malindi 4-1 in Confederation Cup

Ahram Online , Sunday 15 Sep 2019
Mahmoud Wadi
Palestinian Striker Mahmoud Wadi celebrates one of his goals (Photo: Masry's official Facebook page)
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Masry started their Confederation Cup campaign in style, outclassing Malindi of Zanzibar 4-1 away in the first leg of the competition's round 32 on Sunday.

Palestinian Striker Mahmoud Wadi scored a hat trick on 27, 41 and 52 minutes and midfielder Hassan Ali was also on target as Masry enjoyed a comfortable advantage that put them within touching distance of a place in the group stage.
They will host Malindi in the second leg in Port Said in a fortnight.

Masry, who are bidding for their first continental title, reached the Confederation Cup semis in 2018 but lost 4-0 on aggregate to DR Congo's Vita Club.

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