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Egyptian players abroad: Trezeguet scores, provides assist as Kasimpasa beat Malatyaspor in Turkey

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Ahram Online , Monday 11 Sep 2017
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Saturday 9 September 

Manchester City 5-0 Liverpool
Mohamed Salah played the first half of Liverpool's away 5-0 thrashing by Manchester City, a match that has seen the Egyptian cause problems with inroads down the right. 

Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal)
The Egyptian midfielder has been left out of Arsenal's team that beat AFC Bournemouth 3-0 at home.

Ahmed Hegazi (West Bromwich Albion)
The towering Egyptian defender featured in West Brom's 3-1 away defeat at Brighton. He started the game and was substituted in the 57th minute.

Amr Warda (Atromitos)
The talented winger made his debut for his new team Atromitos against PAS Giannina. Warda was in the starting lineup before being substituted in the 85th minute. The game ended scoreless.

Ramadan Sobhi (Stoke City)
The Egyptian winger has been an unused substitute for Stoke City in their 2-2 home draw against Manchester United.

Omar Gaber (Basel)
The right-back has been an unused sub during Basel's 2-1 defeat at Lausanne.

Sunday 10 September 

Ahmed Kouka (Braga)
The striker played the last 28 minutes in his side 2-0 loss to Vitoria de Setubal in the Portuguese league 

Monday 11 September 

Mahmoud 'Trezeguet' Hassan (Kasimpasa)
The midfielder scored the second goal in Kasimpasa's 3-2 win over Yeni Malatyaspor. Trezeguet, who also created the first goal, took his tally with his new club to three goals after four rounds.

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