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VIDEO: Pharaohs’ action abroad continues

KingFut’s live coverage of Pharaohs Abroad continues following a busy weekend which saw two Egyptians score while another assisted, twice, throughout various leagues worldwide.

The action continues…

Monday:

Ahmed Hossam ‘Mido’ Barnsley 1-2 Huddersfield (U21s)

GOAL!

Egyptian striker Mido made a goalscoring return from injury with Barnsley’s Under 21s against Huddersfield Town, but lost 2-1 at the Oakwell Academy complex. Mido scored from the spot after being brought down in his first match back having recovered from a hamstring injury sustained in the summerHe played a total of 69 minutes under Barnsley’s assistant manager Dave Flitcroft, before being replaced by Sousa. (report by @Egy_Madridista)

 –  3-3  IFK Mariehamn – Veikkausliiga

GOAL!

Sherif scored his second goal in two games for Jaro, in what may have been the fastest goal in Veikkausliiga history after just 11 seconds. The former Ahly and Zamalek striker looks to be in sizzling form having also superbly assisted Jaro’s third; but two late goals from Mariehamn only saw them leave with a point.

Watch full highlights of the match below:

Tuesday:

Ahmed Elmohamady – Hull City 0-2 Middlesbrough– npower Championship

Elmohamady couldn’t build up on a brilliant performance last Saturday as Hull lost 2-0 to Middlesbrough thanks to goals from Faris Haroun and Ishmael Miller. The Egyptian right-wing back saw his curled effort glide just over the bar, but also made a mess off a rebound following a half chance from German striker Proschwitz, who hit a brace last game. Elmo moved to right back after Rosenior was replaced, but struggled to make an impact, along with the rest of the Tigers. Hull are now in 9th place in the league, just a point above ’s Brighton and one adrift off the playoff zone.

Adam El-Abd – Brighton & Hove Albion 0-1 Leicester City – npower Championship

Brighton’s winless run was extended to five games as an early Andy King goal maintained Leicester’s charge at the top of the Championship table. El-Abd did remarkably well switching off his man to block an onrushing King – who was yards away and through on goal, but the Leicester midfielder tucked home his second effort with El-Abd still getting back to his feet. Brighton also missed a second-half penalty but it was a lacklustre first half-hour which cost Albion dear against a side brimming with confidence.

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Latest articles from the KingFut Team, covering Egyptian football in English from the National Teams to the Pharaohs Abroad.

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