Abdallah El-Said to miss Pyramids’ clash against Al Ahly

Abdallah El-Said to miss Pyramids’ clash against Al Ahly
Abdallah El-Said to miss Pyramids’ clash against Al Ahly

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Pyramids captain and veteran Egypt international Abdallah El-Said has been confirmed as one of the missing players for the anticipated encounter between Pyramids and Al Ahly in the Egyptian Premier League due to suspension.

El-Said was once again inspiring for his side when they defeated FC Masr on Wednesday in the 15th round of the league after he assisted in a 2-1 win.

The 34-year-old, who is the top scorer of the Premier League with 12 goals, has received a yellow card in the game against FC Masr, which means that he has three accumulated yellow cards and therefore will miss the encounter against Al Ahly.

El-Said has played for Al Ahly between 2011 and 2018. During a seven-year spell he featured in 227 games scoring 67 goals and making 54 assists.

The former Ismaily midfielder has recently entered the list of players with 100 goals in the Egyptian Premier League. His tally now stands at 103 goals, three away from Al Ahly legend Mohamed Abou-Treika.

Pyramids occupy the third place in the league with 26 points, 10 away from leaders Al Ahly.

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