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Ismaily jump to second with win over Wadi Degla
Ismaily XI: Mohamed Sobhy – Shawky El-Said – Ahmed El-Esh – Abdelhamid Sami – Omar El-Wahsh – Hosny Abd-Rabo – Saleh Mousa – Mahmoud Hamad – Mahmoud Abdelaziz – John Antwi – Kofi Mishak
Wadi Degla XI: Essam El-Hadary – Ahmed Adel – Taha Adel – Amr Adel – Ibrahim Helal – Ahmed Yasser – Akwetey Mensah – Mohamed Abdelwahab – Mostafa Talaat – Mohab Saeed – Abdelfattah Al-Agha
In the third minute Ismaily’s Mahmoud Hamad sprinted down the right-hand side and crossed the ball to John Antwi whose shot was superbly saved by Essam El-Hadary.
Wadi Degla responded right away, Ahmed Yasser latched onto Ahmed Adel’s cross from the right-hand side but the ball went over the bar.
After a cagey first half with few chances, the second half proved to be more of a contest with both sides looking for a winner.
Twenty-five minutes into the second half Ahmed Yasser once again came close to scoring, breaking through the Ismaily defense only to fluff his shot from eight yards out.
Four minutes after, John Antwi regained his position as top scorer of the league after combining really well with Mohamed Zika for the goal.
Wadi Degla came close t0 equalizing after Amr Marei curled the ball just inches away from goal.
With three minutes remaining and Wadi Degla pressing, Antwi slotted the ball through to Mahmoud Hamad who made no mistake in finishing past El-Hadary.
The Dervishes are now in second place after leaping above Zamalek, while Wadi Degla remain in sixth after succumbing to three consecutive losses.