10 man Zamalek win 2-0 against Aswan

10 man Zamalek win 2-0 against Aswan
10 man Zamalek win 2-0 against Aswan

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Zamalek have defeated Aswan by a comfortable margin of 2-0 despite going down to ten men when Tarek Hamed was sent off early in the second half.

Zamalek XI: Abou-Gabal; Ahmed Eid, Mahmoud Alaa, Mahmoud El-Wensh, Abdel-Shafy; Hamed, Sassi, Obama; Bencharki, Zizo, Moustafa Mohamed.

Despite dominating the early proceedings, Zamalek struggled to make an initial breakthrough against the resilient Aswan back line.

The deadlock was eventually broken just before half time through young striker prospect Mostafa Mohamed.

Just as it seemed to be looking upward for Zamalek, they suffered a set back when Tarek Hamed received a second yellow card as they had to finish the match with 10 men.

The referee then gave Zamalek another chance to kill the game by awarding them a penalty, however this opportunity was squandered by Mahmoud Alaa who saw his effort saved.

Eventually the game was sealed by a solo effort from Ahmed Sayed Zizo, as the game went on to finish 2-0 to the White Knights.

Zamalek move up to 4th in the table, with their next game coming this weekend away at Tanta on the 5th of January at 5PM local time.

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