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Abdelhamid Shabana, 28, who signed for Churchill Brothers along with Syrian duo Yaser Shahen (striker) and Naser Al Sebai (defender) last week, opened his account on his debut in the I-League to help the Indian champions claim their first three points of the season in a 3-2 win over Sporting Clube de Goa on Thursday.
The once highly-rated Egyptian youth international converted the first chance of the match as he steered home a cross from the right after just two minutes. He also created a host of other chances in the first half and was denied a second goal due to a foul committed.
Shabana, who was released by Al Ahly last summer following a loan spell with Telephonat Beni Suef, decided to move to India following the recurring football stoppage in Egypt.
– Thanks to Ahmad Matar