Al Ahly beat Ismaily 1-0 to continue winning run

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Al Ahly narrowly beat league rivals Ismaily to continue their perfect start to the league with their seventh consecutive win.

Ayman Ashraf hit the bar from 40 yards, marking the only clear cut chance in the first-half.

In the 56th minute Marwan Mohsen nearly put the Red Devils ahead however he missed a one on one situation thanks to a superb save by goalkeeper Mohamed Magdy.

Four minutes later Benson Shilongo had a goalscoring opportunity but his header was brilliantly saved by Mohamed El-Shennawy. Then in the 69th minute Mohamed El-Shamy’s powerful shot went wide.

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Barely 10 minutes after coming, Walid Soliman opened the scoring with a powerful header following a precise cross from Mohamed Hany inside the penalty area.

Al Ahly have now won all their seven league games this season to top the league table with 21 points, four ahead of their closest rival Ittihad of Alexandria and with one game in hand. The Red Devils will host Ittihad in their next game on Monday November 23rd.

Meanwhile Ismaily are currently sixth with 13 points, same amount as fourth-placed Zamalek. They’ll face third place Arab Contractors on November 23rd as well.

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