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Egyptian players abroad: El-Neny plays as Basel beat Lausanne

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Egyptian players abroad
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Friday 31 January

Hossam Ghaly (Lierse)
The Egyptian midfielder played the first 67 minutes in Lierse's 2-0 win over Anderlecht 

Saturday 1 February

Ahmed Elmohamady (Hull City)
The Pharaohs winger was included in Hull City's starting lineup during the 1-1 draw with Tottenham before being substituted in the 70th minute in the English Premier League

Amr Zaki (Raja Casablanca)
17:00 Fath Union Sport de Rabat vs. Raja Casablanca

Ahmed Hassan "Koka" (Rio Ave FC)
The forward came on as a substitute in the 62nd minute during Rio Ave's 2-0 loss to Vitoria de Setubal in the Portuguese league

Sunday 2 February

Mohamed El-Neny (Basel)
The Egyptian midfielder played the full 90 minutes in Basel's 3-1 win over Lausanne

Mahmoud Abdel-Moneim "Kahraba" (Luzern)
The Egyptian midfielder came on as a substitute in Luzern's 1-3 loss against Grasshoppers 

Monday 3 February

Mohamed Salah (Chelsea)
22:00  Manchester City  vs. Chelsea

Ali Ghazal (Nacional de Madeira)
22:00  Vitoria de Guimaraes vs. Nacional 

Saleh Gomaa (Nacional de Madeira)
22:00  Vitoria de Guimaraes vs. Nacional

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