Mostafa Mohamed scores as Zamalek down Pyramids 2-0

Mostafa Mohamed scores as Zamalek down Pyramids 2-0
Mostafa Mohamed scores as Zamalek down Pyramids 2-0

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Mostafa Mohamed scored as Zamalek defeated Pyramids 2-0 in the seventh fixture of the Egyptian Premier League.

After a slow start, Zamalek were first to threaten Pyramids around 30 minutes into the game. Mohamed squared the ball to Ahmed Sayed ‘Zizo’, whose strike was denied by Ahmed El-Shennawy.

The Whites kept pushing forward and just two minutes later, Mohamed Abdel-Shafy broke through Pyramids’ defence, but El-Shennawy pulled off an another excellent save to keep the game deadlocked.

Just seven minutes after the restart, the White Knights opened the scoreline through Mohamed, who converted Hazem Emam’s cross with a composed header.

In the 78th minute, Zamalek were awarded a penalty kick after Achraf Bencharki was brought down by El-Shennawy. Mahmoud Alaa sent the ball home from the spot to make it 2-0.

Pyramids tried to pull one back in the final moments of the game, when Abdallah El-Said sent an accurately crossed freekick to Eric Traore, but the Burkinabi’s header was saved by Mohamed Awad.

After the impressive victory the white knights moved to the fourth league spot with 13 points ahead of their anticipated clash against Tala’a El-Geish on the 16th of December. Meanwhile, Pyramids sit fifth with 12 points and will face El-Gouna in the next gameweek.

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