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Egyptian players abroad: Elmohamady's Aston Villa held by 10-man West Ham

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

Ahram Online , Monday 16 Sep 2019
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Friday 13 September

Ahmed 'Kouka' Hassan (SC Braga)
The striker was left out of Braga's squad for the Portuguese league game against Vitoria de Setubal.

Saturday 14 September 

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)
The winger played full time, scored the third goal in Liverpool's 3-1 win over Newcastle United

Mohamed Elneny (Besiktas)
The midfielder was sent off in the 75th minute on Besiktas debut. The Turkish giants lost 3-2 against Gazisehir Gaziantep FK and finished the game with 9 men on the pitch.

Mahmoud "Kahraba" Abdel-Moneim (Aves)
The winger started on the bench before being introduced in the 75th minute as Aves suffered an embarrassing 5-1 defeat by Vitoria de Guimaraes in the Portuguese league. 

Monday 16 September

Mahmoud 'Trezeguet' Hassan (Aston Villa)
The Egyptian winger will miss the game against West Ham after receiving a red card last week.

Ahmed Elmohamady (Aston Villa)
The Egyptian defender came as a second half substitute but Aston Villa were held to a scoreless draw by 10-man West Ham

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