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Egyptian players abroad: Fiorentina's Salah scores the winner against Inter in Serie A

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Ahram Online , Sunday 1 Mar 2015
Egyptian players abroad
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(All times Cairo local time, GMT+2)

Saturday 28 February

Ahmed Elmohamady (Hull City)
The Egypt's winger played the full 90 minutes during Hull's 1-0 loss at Stoke City in the English Premier League

Marwan Mohsen (Gil Vicente)
The midfielder came on as a substitute ten minutes before the final whistle during the 1-1 with Boavista in Portugal

Mohamed Elneny (Basel)
The winger came on as a substitute in the 70 minute during the 1-0 win over Vaduz in the Swiss league

Ahmed Hassan "Koka" (Rio Ave FC)
The forward played the full 90 minutes during his side's 2-0 loss to Braga in Portugal

Sunday 1 March

Saleh Gomaa (Nacional de Madeira)
The Midfielder played the full 90 minutes in Nacional's 3-0 win over Vitoria de Setubal

Ali Ghazal (Nacional de Madeira)
The defender played the full 90 minutes in Nacional's 3-0 win over Vitoria de Setubal

Mohamed Salah (Fiorentina)
The Egyptian winger scored the winner in his side 1-0 win over Inter Milan on Sunday

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