Ascended Egypt clearing For the league title behind leaders Zamalek after defeating Wadi Degla by three goals to one goal in the match that brought them together on Saturday night at the Arab Contractors Stadium in the fourteenth round of the Egyptian League.
Al-Maqsas returned to second place in the league standings, equaling his previous achievement, considering that the best start for the Fayoumi team in the competition was to occupy second place and qualify to participate in the African Champions League for the first time in its history, to be the best achievement for the children of Fayoum Under the leadership of Ihab Jalal.
The clearing team returned to occupy the clearing house temporarily for the first time since the 2016/2017 season, in which the Fayoumi team achieved second place behind the leaders Al-Ahly, and outperformed large clubs such as Zamalek, Al-Ismaili, Al-Ittihad, Alexandria and Al-Masry.
While Al-Ahly fell to third place in the league table with a score of 21, as the clearance reached point 23, and the red team left 5 matches, after it moved away from participating in the league due to the conditions of participation in the Club World Cup and the group stage in the African Champions League, and in case of winning in all matches, it will be singled out at the top of the league with a difference of 4 Points for Zamalek, the closest competitor to winning the league shield.
Egypt swept the clearing, led by Ihab Jalal, the Tigris Valley team, with three goals to one, in the current match between them at Othman Ahmed Othman Stadium in Jabal Al-Akhdar in the postponed match of the eleventh round of the Premier League competition.
The first goal came through Ethiopian Beckley, who took advantage of an elaborate cross by Hosni Fathy from the left side in the 23rd minute, to place it to the left of Mohamed Abdel Monsef, the Tigris goalkeeper announcing the first goal of the sons Ihab JalalAnd Paulin Fawafi added the second goal in the 86th minute after a great pass from Beckley, to pass with great skill from Khaled Reda and put it over Abdel Monsef, and Basem Morsi scored the third goal in the 87th minute of a well-done counterattack with a pass from Beckley, the star of the match, and Salah Amin reduced the result to Wadi Degla With a goal from a superb header, taking advantage of a wonderful cross from Jorginho in the 95th minute.