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PHOTO GALLERY: Egypt beat Ghana to go top of 2018 World Cup qualifying group


Egypt Vs Ghana
Egypt's Tarek Hamed (L) vies for the ball against Ghana's Jordan Ayew during the 2018 World Cup qualifying Group E football match between Egypt and Ghana at the Borg el-Arab Stadium near Alexandria on November 13, 2016. (AFP)
Egypt Vs Ghana
Egypt's Mohamed Salah (R) vies for the ball against Ghana's Daniel Amartey during the 2018 World Cup qualifying Group E football match between Egypt and Ghana at the Borg el-Arab Stadium near Alexandria on November 13, 2016. (AFP)
Egypt Vs Ghana
Egyptian fans light a flare as they attend the 2018 World Cup qualifying Group E football match between Egypt and Ghana at the Borg el-Arab Stadium near Alexandria, Egypt on November 13, 2016. (AFP)
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Egypt's Mohamed Salah (10) scores a penalty goal against Ghana. (Reuters)
Egypt Vs Ghana
Egypt's Mohamed Salah celebrates after he scores a goal against Ghana. (Reuters)
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ypt's Mohamed El Neney and Ghana’s Andre Ayew in action. (Reuters)
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Egypt's goalkeeper Essam El Hadrey saves a ball against Ghana players. (Reuters)
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Egypt's Mohamed Abdul Shafy and Ghana’s Badu in action. (Reuters)
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Egypt's Abdallah El Said celebrates after he scores a goal against Ghana. (Reuters)
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Egypt's Ramadan Sobhie and Ghana’s Harrison Afful in action. (Reuters)
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Egypt's Trezegue and Ghana’s Harrison Afful in action and makes a penalty for Egypt. (Reuters)
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Egypt's Mohamed Salah celebrates after second goal by Egypt against Ghana. (Reuters)
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Ahram Online offers you a collection of the best pictures from Egypt's 2-0 win over Ghana in their second round of the African 2018 World Cup qualifier Group E game on Sunday

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