Nasser Mansi, Al-Ahly Bank striker, emphasized the importance of his team’s victory against NBI after a strong and exciting match.
Al-Ahli Bank beat Enppi 3-1 on penalties after a thrilling 4-4 draw at the end of regular and extra time that extended to two extra games.
Nasser Mansi said on “Echo of the Country”: “It was a strong and big match between the two teams and it was difficult to know the winner decided by penalty kicks.”
Nasser Mansi scored 4 “super hat-trick” goals for Al-Ahli Bank, while Nbi Mostafa Shalabi (two goals) and John Iboga (two goals) scored.
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And he brilliantly explained the third goal against NB, “Third goal in NB? I’m used to this kind of game, I scored the same against Ismaili when I was an army forward. These. Imad Mideb’s goals and I’m trying to learn from him.”
He added, “I was confident that the second goal was valid and the ball crossed the goal line and I informed the referee and the technical staff about this and they confirmed that my words were correct.”
The referee of the Al-Ahli Bank and NPP match had to return to “VAR” video technology on the second goal ball, after Nasser Mansi’s anchor, to confirm the correctness of the goal.
And he concluded, “Kaleed Jalal, the team’s coach, always advises my full-back to send long balls in my direction because of my ability to receive and convert the ball well.”
Nasser Mansi became the first player to score 4 “Super Hatrick” goals in the ongoing Egypt Cup.
After Al-Masri, Smouha, Suez, Arab Contractors and Pyramids, Al-Ahly Bank became the sixth team to qualify for the quarter-finals of the Egypt Cup.
Al-Ahly Bank faces Pyramids in the quarter-finals of the ongoing Egypt Cup.
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