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Al Ismaily dismantle Karthoum



Al Ismaily Head coach Sabry El Menyawi has expressed his happiness after his side qualified for the second stage of the Arabian Champions League instead of the Sudanese side Khartoum.

Al Ismaily lashed the Sudanese 5-0 during their match in Alexandria town.

“We lost the first match 1-3 and that made our mission not easy at all in Egypt , so I talked with the players to ensure they would not score and they did not ”. Sabry told supersport.com.

” Rather we scored in the second minute of the match and that set the tone.We will play the next match against Raja of Morocco, and that will be a tough match and we have start to prepare now ” Sabry added.

Supersport.com has been informed that the club board will pay 1000 US dollars to every player after the big win.

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