Tony Pulis praises Hegazi after Bass Charity Vase win
The Egyptian international was named MOTM as West Bromwich Albion defeated Burton Albion 1-0 in the pre-season friendly to win the Bass Charity Vase, the player’s first cup with his new team. West Brom dominated the match and the former Al Ahly defender came very close to scoring the first goal as his header was cleared off the line.
The team’s technical staff said that they are more than happy that new team members Jay Rodriguez and Ahmed Hegazi are settling in quickly. “We’re very pleased with them,” said Pulis. “Hegazi was very good again tonight and he’s looking a good player.”
Pulis labeled Hegazi’s deal as a “perfect deal” after the club paid Al Ahly a fee of €1 million to obtain his services for this season. Albion also hold an option to buy the 26-year-old centre-back for €4 million if he impresses in his first season in English football.
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