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Egyptian players abroad: Injured Warda ruled out of PAOK game, Salah scores as Roma beat Sassuolo

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Ahram Online , Sunday 19 Mar 2017
Egyptian players abroad
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Saturday 18 March 

Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal)
The midfielder watched Arsenal's English Premier League 3-1 loss to West Bromwich Albion from the bench

Ahmed Elmohamady (Hull City)
The winger came on as a substitute four minutes before the final whistle during Hull City's 4-0 loss to Everton in the English Premier League

Ramadan Sobhi (Stoke City)
The Egyptian winger was included in Stoke City's starting lineup during the 2-1 loss to Chelsea before being substituted in injury time 

Ahmed Hassan "Kouka" (Braga)
The Egyptian striker was dropped from the Belenses game. Brage won 2-1.

Omar Gaber (Basel)
Gaber has been dropped from the squad that beat Grasshopper 1-0.

Sunday 19 March 

Amr Warda (PAOK)
The Egyptian midfielder didn’t recover from the quadriceps knock in time for the match against Panionios. Paok won the game 1-0.

Mohamed Salah (AS Roma)
The winger scored the second goal in Roma's 3-1 win over Sassuolo. He was replaced by teammate Perotti on minute 76.

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