Wadi Degla manager Takis Gonias reflects on Al Ahly defeat

Wadi Degla manager Takis Gonias reflects on Al Ahly defeat
Wadi Degla manager Takis Gonias reflects on Al Ahly defeat

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Wadi Degla manager Takis Gonias has praised his team despite their defeat against Al Ahly in the Egyptian Premier League on Wednesday.

Al Ahly defeated Wadi Degla 3-0 to go top of the Egyptian Premier League table with 15 points after five games played.

Following their defeat, Degla remain bottom of the league table as fears of relegation grow after a poor start to their season.

READ: Despite tough first half, Al Ahly ease past Wadi Degla

Speaking after the game, Takis Gonias praised his side despite the defeat but claims that Al Ahly’s first goal should’ve been ruled out.

“Please watch Al Ahly’s first goal again. The referee called a non-existent foul against Mohamed Helal which ultimately led to their first goal,” Gonias said in a press conference.

“The players did a great job today and I want to thank them for their performance as we were the better team in spells during the game.

“I can’t believe we lost 3-0 after that performance but I am not too worried about our form. The team needs just one win to regain confidence,” he added.

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