Xenia Sports – London
Zamalek fell into a goalless draw against its host Aswan, in the match that was held between the two teams this evening, Saturday, at Petrosport Stadium in Cairo, in the ninth round of the Egyptian Premier League.
Zamalek players missed a large number of chances during the two halves of the match, and Omar Radwan, Aswan goalkeeper, shined in defiance of his own goal throughout the 90 minutes.
With this result, Zamalek ranks second with 20 points from 8 games, winning 6 and drawing in 2, and its players scored 12 goals, and two goals scored, and there is a postponed match against Al-Ahly from the fourth round of the league, and Al-Ahly returns to the top of the league with 20 points, with goal difference from the White.
Aswan ranks thirteenth with 7 points, after playing 8 matches, winning 2, drawing 2, losing 4, and its players scored 4 goals and scored 9 goals.
In another match, Ghazl El-Mahalla tied with Ismaili with two goals each, in an exciting match that witnessed the interference of video technology on more than one occasion.
The goals of the match came from four penalty kicks decided by the VAR by referee Mahmoud Ashour, where the Angolan could see Babel, the Ismaili striker, to advance by a penalty kick in the 41st minute of the first half and the 87th minute, while the two goals of Ghazl El-Mahalla came through Ahmed Al Sheikh who kicked two penalty Kicks.
With this result, Ghazl El-Mahalla ranks eleventh in the Egyptian Premier League standings table with 8 points, while the Ismaili team came in thirteenth place with 7 points.