Pyramids down Al Masry 2-0 in the CAF Confederation Cup

Pyramids down Al Masry 2-0 in the CAF Confederation Cup
Pyramids down Al Masry 2-0 in the CAF Confederation Cup

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Photo: Pyramids FC

Eric Traore and Nabil Dunga both scored as Pyramids defeated Al Masry 2-0 in the fourth fixture of the CAF Confederation Cup Group A.

Pyramids opened the scoring in the 19th minute, through Traore who scored from the rebound after Wilfried Kanon’s header from the corner kick was improperly handled by Ahmed Masoud.

Pyramids continued to push forward and in the 42nd minute, they were awarded a penalty kick after Islam Eisa was brought down inside the box by Masoud. Abdullah El-Said failed to convert from the spot as his low effort was brilliantly denied by Masoud.

Al Masry responded in the 57th minute, when Meftah Taqtaq received the ball up the left flank and went forward, however, his weak left-footed strike was saved by Mahdi Soliman.

Around the 70-minute mark, Pyramids made it 2-0 through Dunga. The midfielder smashed the ball into the bottom corner to secure the full points for his side.

After the game, Pyramids top Group A with 12 points and will face Enugu Rangers. Meanwhile, Al Masry sit second with six points ahead of their clash against FC Nouadhibou in the next fixture.

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