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Pharaohs Abroad Roundup: 7/9 – 13/9
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.
The right wingback made his 100th consecutive appearance for Hull City as they lost 1-0 to Brighton.
The Egypt-eligible midfielder found the back of the net helping his team to a 3-3 draw against Colchester.
The Egyptian international featured for around an hour before being taken off. FC Basel were taking on St. Gallen at home and were able to win 2-1. The home side scored early with their first coming in the 12 minute before adding another in the 82nd minute. St. Gallen were able to score in the 88th minute, but it was too little too late for the away side. Basel are now on an 8-game win streak in the league and are 8 points ahead of the second-placed team.
Salah made a 20 minute cameo where he made a contribution to Roma’s second goal in their 2-0 win against Frosinone.
The fullback represented his club for the full 90 minutes in which his team drew 1-1 with Doxa Katokopia FC at home. The 19-year-old’s side were up with a goal in the 36th minute before being reduced to 10 men just before the break. The home side weren’t able to hold up for the full game and conceded in the 95th minute.
Amr was on the pitch up till the 84th minute before being substituted as his side beat Panthrakikos 1-0 on their home turf. In the 22nd minute, Amr saw his header saved by the goalkeeper, but the rebound was headed home by teammate Marko Markovski. The Egyptian’s side dominated proceedings, holding 58% of all possession throughout the game. The home side were able to score the game’s lone goal 22 minutes into the first half.
The defensive midfielder played the whole game as his side was able to get all 3 points while hosting Academia. Nacional were able to score twice, with both of these goals coming after almost 20 minutes from the beginning of each half.
The U20 Egypt international played for the full 90 minutes as his side were thrashed at home 4-2 by league leaders AIK. The away side were able to score twice before Jakobsen’s side were able to pull one back. AIK then scored twice to all but guarantee the win before the home side pulled one back at the 90 minute mark.
Mahmoud Hassan “Trezeguet”
The young Egyptian international was in the stands to watch his new side’s goalless draw against Genk.
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