Egypt’s Omar Marmoush makes Kicker’s Team of the Day

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Egypt’s Omar Marmoush has made Kicker’s ‘Eleven of the day’ for the 2.Bundesliga after his strike against Jahn Regensburg.

Marmoush had joined 2.Bundesliga outfit, FC St. Pauli, on a season-long loan from parent club VfL Wolfsburg earlier in January.

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The 21-year-old has hit the ground running with his new club, scoring twice in four games, helping them get out of the relegation zone.

Prior to his arrival, St. Pauli had won only once in 13 league games; however, now they have managed to get the full three points twice in their last four games while drawing the other two.

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His last strike came in St. Pauli’s 2-0 home victory over Jahn Regensburg on Sunday after he glided past the defender and struck a low shot which found the back of the net following a ball from Rodrigo Zalazar.

The impressive performance didn’t go unnoticed by German football magazine Kicker, who included him in their Team of the Day.

Marmoush is the only St. Pauli player to make the cut and was joined by Hamburg trio Kittel, Kinsombi, Onana, Kenan Karaman, and Japan international Genki Haraguchi.

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