Al-Ahly beat Ismaili 4-0 in the first leg of the Egyptian Football League on Wednesday.
Al-Ahly displayed outstanding technical performance in both areas of the tournament, explaining its intentions to reclaim the league title, which was crowned for the 13th time last season in support of its rival and traditional rival, Jamalek. History.
Al-Ahly took the lead in the 20th minute through a penalty kick by Tunisian Ali Maloul, before Percy Dove scored the second goal in the 22nd minute.
In the 33rd minute, Tao, who joined the team from Brighton this season, returned to score his second and third goals for Al-Ahly, while Ahmed Abdelkader finished the Red team quartet in the 87th minute.
Al-Ahly midfielder Aliou Diang was sent off after receiving a second warning in the 74th minute after his strong intervention against one of Ismail’s players.
The first leg of the Egyptian league will conclude on Thursday with a match between Ghazl El-Mahalla and Al-Masry.
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