Sam Morsy was an unused substitute as Wigan Athletic were unable to...
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- 10-man Hull City cruise past Watford with ease
- Wadi Degla women crowned Egypt Cup champions
- Hany Zada: Kahraba will continue his career abroad
- Ryan Giggs: Mohamed Salah is an exciting player
- Kahraba scores and assists as Ittihad win at Ettifaq
- Adel Taarabt: Salah one of the best in Serie A
- Gehad Greisha back to officiating in Egyptian Premier League
- Zamalek to pay a portion of Agogo’s unpaid wages
- Al Hilal crowned league champions over Abdel-Shafy’s Al Ahli, Kahraba’s Ittihad
Pharaohs Abroad Roundup: 21/8 – 24/8
Too many Egyptians playing abroad? Don’t have the time to watch your favorite foreign-based Egyptian players? KingFut have got you covered; we’re providing you with a roundup of all the Pharaohs Abroad performances around the globe this week.
Elmohamady’s Hull City suffered their first defeat of the season (2-1), as Charlton scored the winning goal eight minutes into extra time to cancel Abdel Hernandez’s 89th minute equaliser. The 27-year-old defender started the game and played the full 90 minutes.
Chesterfield captain Sam Morsy failed to help his team emerge victorious at the Proact Stadium, with the game ending goalless. Morsy played all 90 minutes of the game, his most influential moment of the game was when he licked the ball over to McDermott before the latter’s cross found Ebanks-Blake, however, but the visitor’s keeper’s fine save was equal to Blake’s effort.
Levadia’s pharaoh Omar El-Hussieny helped his side to a 2-1 win against Sillamäe Kalev as he played the game’s full length. The Super Cup champions are currently league leaders with 59 points, just 2 points above their rivals FC Flora Tallinn. The 29-year-old’s employers were just defeated once in the competition this season.
Amr Warda started for his new side Panetolikos and was taken off after 86 minutes, making his Panetolikos FC debut. Leandro Kappel put Warda’s side ahead just minutes before the officials signaled the end of the first half. Marcus Berg pulled one back for Panathinaikos 6 minutes into the second half before Nikolaos Karelis scored what proved to be the winner in the 84th minute.
Mohamed Salah’s AS Roma were held to a 1-1 draw against Hellas Verona on their first match of the Serie A season. The Egyptian international made his competitive debut for Roma along with new signings Edin Dzeko and Wojciech Szczesny.
Aly Ghazal saw red as CD Nacional were triumphant in the Madeira derby against União da Madeira in the second round of the Portuguese Primeira Liga.
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El-Nenny opened his account in the 2015/16 Swiss Super League as FC Basel maintained their perfect start with a 3-1 win at FC Lugano.
Al-Ahli left-back Mohamed Abdel-Shafy’s crosses were not enough for his team to collect all 3 points against Taawon in the Abdul Latif Jameel League. The Egyptian international played all 90 minutes of the game. The left-footed left back’s cross at the 49th-minute mark found his teammate inside the box, however, the forward’s effort was cleared by the opponent’s defence. The ex-Zamalek star was yellow carded 10 minutes before the final whistle. Shafy’s team sit in fifth place with one point and are to play Al-Khaleej on the 27th of August.