VIDEO: Al Ahly cruise past Smouha in friendly ahead of league return

VIDEO: Al Ahly cruise past Smouha in friendly ahead of league return
VIDEO: Al Ahly cruise past Smouha in friendly ahead of league return

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Al Ahly defeated Smouha 4-0 on Friday as both sides prepare ahead of the Egyptian Premier League return next month.

The Red Devils managed to open the scoring just two minutes before half-time as Mahmoud Kahraba pounced on the rebound to give his side the lead just before the break.

In the 53rd minute, Kaharaba wriggled his way into the box and teed up Marwan Mohsen who tapped home Al Ahly’s second of the game.

Kahraba was on the scene again as he completed his brace and scored Al Ahly’s third after a sublime backheel pass from Amr El-Sulya with just ten minutes left to play.

Photo: Al Ahly SC

A minute later, Marwan Mohsen was through on goal and one-on-one with Smouha’s goalkeeper, but his effort hit the post and Junior Ajayi tapped in the rebound to make the score 4-0.

Al Ahly are set to face Enppi in the current Egyptian Premier League season on August 9th as the league makes its return after a five-month pause.

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