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Egyptian players abroad: Salah's Liverpool win 2nd straight game, Trezeguet's Aston Villa lose

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Ahram Online , Saturday 17 Aug 2019
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Saturday 17 August 

Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal)
The midfielder wasn't included in Arsenal's sqaud for the 2-1 win over Burnley in the English Premier League.

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)
The forward drew a blank but Liverpool managed to beat Southampton 2-1 in the Premier League. He was substituted on 79 minutes, making way for Divock Origi.

Mahmoud 'Trezeguet' Hassan (Aston Villa)
The winger made his second successive start but Aston Villa lost 2-1 to AFC Bournemouth in the Premier League. He was substituted three minutes from time. 

Ahmed Elmohamady (Aston Villa)
The right-back played the full 90 minutes as Aston Villa lost 2-1 to AFC Bournemouth.

Sunday 18 August 

Ahmed 'Kouka' Hassan (SC Braga)
The striker started the game and was booked before being substituted on 73 minutes as Baraga lost 2-1 to  Sporting CP in the Portuguese league. 

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