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Follow Ahram Online's weekend coverage of Egyptian footballers playing overseas

Ahram Online , Monday 21 Jan 2019
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Saturday 19 January 

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)
The red-hot forward scored twice to lead Liverpool to a thrilling 4-3 victory over Crystal Palace in the Premier League. He took his tally to 16 league goals to move clear on top of the goal-scoring chart. 

Ahmed 'Kouka' Hassan (Olympiacos)
The striker came on as a substitute in the 71st minute as Olympiacos defeated PAS Giannina 2-1 in the Greek league. 

Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal)
The midfielder came on as a substitute in the 72nd minute as Arsenal beat London rivals Chelsea 2-0 in the Premier League. 

Amr Warda (PAOK)
The winger was left out of PAOK's squad for the 3-0 win over Panionios in the Greek league. 

Sunday 20 January 

Karim Hafez (Istanbul Basaksehir)
The Egyptian defender has been left on the bench as his team beat Trabzonspor 4-2.

Aly Ghazal (Feirense)
The international defender played the full game in his team's 0-0 away draw at Rio Ave.

Monday 21 January 

Mahmoud 'Trezeguet' Hassan (Kasimpasa)
The international winger played the entire game as Kasimpasa lost at home 1-0 against Rizespor.

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