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Summary of the Al-Ahly and Al-Nasr match in the Egypt Cup and the goals of the two teams

Al-Ahly qualified for the price of the 2021 Egypt Cup final, after its difficult 2-1 victory over Al-Nasr, at Alexandria Stadium, during the match that brought them together on Wednesday evening.

Walid Suleiman succeeded in resolving the match with a beautiful goal in the second minute of calculated time instead of lost, with a strong shot that hit the net, so Al-Ahly took the first goal and then the match referee blew the whistle at the end of the first half.

At the 54th minute of the second half, Ahmed Al-Saidi scored the equalizing goal against Ali Lotfi after a direct shot from the cross sent by the left wing, taking advantage of Ahmed Beckham’s lead in the previous attack by the red giant.

Walter Bwalia managed to score the victory goal at the 85th minute of the second half, with a powerful shot that did not stop and did not respond from inside the penalty area. Al-Ahly climbed to the quarter-finals of the Egypt Cup.

The first football team of Al-Ahly club advanced with a clean goal over Al-Nasr team, in the match that brought the two teams together this evening at Alexandria Stadium, as part of the 32nd round of the Egypt Cup.

Al-Ahly entered the match with the formation of most of the players who did not participate regularly in the matches, and the team had more than one chance to score the victory net, but it was all lost due to haste and lack of success.

Al-Ahly sought from the start of the match to settle the score early and avoid the surprises of the Cup, and the first chance to score the victory net came with a shot by Taher Mohamed Taher in the 3 minute, but goalkeeper Ahmed Gamal intervened and saved the ball.

An early forced change, and amid Al-Ahly’s continuous attempts to explore the areas affecting the victory defenses and from a quick raid that ended at Akram Tawfiq inside the penalty area, but he was injured and left in the 12th minute to be replaced by Aliu Diang in an early forced change.

Al-Ahly maintained possession and control of the midfield, and from a quick organized attack in the 21st minute, the ball reached Marwan Mohsen, and he magically passed it into the victory penalty area, and Walid Suleiman cleverly left it to Salah Mohsen coming from behind to shoot directly into the goal, but the ball passed next to the left post.

Successive attacks, Al-Ahly attacks continued like waves of the sea with impressive claws, amid remarkable activity by the midfield players, and in the 22nd minute, Salah Mohsen almost again hit the net.

In the 24th minute, the referee, Mohamed Kabil, overlooks a correct penalty kick in favor of Marwan Mohsen after clearly obstructing him inside the victory penalty area, and if there was a mouse technique, the match would have been stopped to review the game and count the violation.

With the successive Al-Ahly attacks, the pace of the match increased, and in the 32nd minute, Ahmed Nabil Kouka, the Al-Ahly player, obtained the yellow card for the roughness. Al-Ahly remains on its strength and control until Walid Suleiman succeeded in resolving the match with a beautiful goal in the second minute of the calculated time instead of lost, with a strong shot that hit the net, so Al-Ahly took the first goal and then the match referee blew the whistle at the end of the first half.

In the second half, and at the 54th minute of the second half, Ahmed Al-Saeedi scored the equalizing goal against Ali Lotfi after a direct shot from the cross sent by the left wing, taking advantage of Ahmed Beckham’s lead in the previous attack by the red giant.

Walter Bwalia managed to score the victory goal at the 85th minute of the second half, with a powerful shot that did not stop and did not respond from inside the penalty area. Al-Ahly climbed to the quarter-finals of the Egypt Cup.