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Egypt’s Elmohamady creates two goals as Hull edge Ipswich

Ahmed Elmohamady dishes out two assists to give Hull City a 2-1 comeback victory over Ipswich Town on Saturday

Ahram Online, Saturday 20 Oct 2012
Ahmed Elmohamady
Egyptian winger Ahmed Elmohamady (Photo: Hull City official website)
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Egyptian winger Ahmed Elmohamady created two goals as Hull City came from behind to beat Ipswich Town 2-1 in the English Championship (second-division) on Saturday.

Ipswich took the lead after 29 minutes, thanks to a goal from striker Jay Emmanuel-Thomas.

However, Hull levelled the score in the 74th minute when substitute Nick Proschwitz converted a low cross by Elmohamady at the near post.

Another effort from Elmohamady saw Hull secure a precious win in stoppage time, with his pinpoint cross finding Proschwitz who headed home.

The 25-year-old Egyptian international joined Hull on a season-long loan from Premier League side Sunderland in the summer.

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