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Egypt's Masry through to Confed Cup playoff with easy win

Masry advance to the next round with a 7-2 aggregate victory over Zanzibar's Malindi

Ahram Online , Sunday 29 Sep 2019
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Masry defeat Zanzibar's Malindi 3-1 in Confederation Cup (Photo: Masry's official Twitter account)
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A double from Ahmed Yasser gave Masry an easy 3-1 home victory over Zanzibar's Malindi and a place in the CAF Confederation Cup playoff on Sunday.

Masry advanced with a comprehensive 7-2 aggregate victory over their lowly opponents.

Yasser needed four minutes to put the aggregate result beyond doubt, volleying home at the far post following a superb cross.

Ibrahim Aly brought Malindi level with a bullet header in the 33rd minute but Yasser struck again 10 minutes into the second half to make it 2-1.

Nigerian forwar Austin Amutu put the icing on the cake with a 60th-minute goal.

Masry will face one of the teams that exited the African Champions League in the next round for a place in the Confederation Cup group stage.

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