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Egyptian players abroad: Salah creates goal in Roma's win over Juve, Trezeguet scores for Mouscron

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Ahram Online , Sunday 14 May 2017
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Saturday 13 May 

Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal)
The midfielder was kept on the bench as Arsenal thrashed Stoke City 4-1 in the Premier League. 

Ramadan Sobhi (Stoke City)
The winger started on the bench before being introduced with nine minutes remaining but Stoke City suffered a 4-1 defeat by Arsenal. 

Sunday 14 May 

Ahmed Elmohamady (Hull City)
The winger played the full 90 minutes during Hull City 4-0 loss to Crystal Palace in the English Premier League

Omar Gaber (Basel)
The Egypt right-back remained an unused sub throughout Basel's 3-3 Swiss league draw with Thun. 

Mahmoud 'Trezeguet' Hassan (Royal Excel Mouscron)
The winger scored the opener in Royal Excel Mouscron's 2-0 win over Kortrijk
 

Mohamed Salah (AS Roma)
The winger created a goal for Radja Nainggolan as Roma beat Serie A leaders Juventus 3-1. He was replaced in stoppage time, making way for skipper Francesco Totti.

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