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Video: Hamoudi wins a penalty kick as Basel draw against Thun
FC Basel : Germano Vailati; Adama Traore, Marek Suchy(Behrang Safari 88′), Arlind Ajeti, Philipp Degan; Robin Huser, Fabian Frei, Mohamed El Nenny (Luca Zuffi 54′); Ahmed Hamoudi , Yoichiro Kakitani, Albian Ajeti( Shkelzen Gashi 63′).
FC Basel have already been crowned Swiss Super League Champions last week after their goalless draw against runners-up Young Boys which made it impossible for them to catch up with Basel.
The Egyptian duo Ahmed Hamoudi and Mohamed El-Nenny started the game. 16 minutes into the first half, Basel conceded a goal after an unstoppable header by Thun’s striker Berat Sadik.
Nine minutes into the second half El-Nenny got subbed off, replaced by Basel’s attacking midfielder Luca Zuffi.
Nothing Changed much during the second half until Ahmed Hamoudi managed to win his team a penalty kick at the 73rd minute., which was converted by the league’s top scorer, Gashi, to level the game.
FC Basel managed to score the second goal after a beautiful finish by the Japanese striker Kakitani at the 75th minute. However, two minutes before the final whistle Berat Sadik managed to double his tally as both sides shared the points.
Ahmed Hamoudi didn’t feature extensively in Basel’s title-winning campaign, however, the Egyptian winger will be looking to impress his manager in the remaining games in order to secure a starting position for the Swiss champions next season.