The matches of the first round of the second division of the Cairo group witnessed great excitement and exciting events.
The Interior Ministry beat its guest Petrojet by four goals to three at the Police College Stadium.
The interior, led by Sayed Eid, scored goals by Ismail Bamba, Osama Kajo, Mahmoud Hakim, and substitute Samir Fikri.
While Petrojet – led by Rabie Yassin – scored his goals through Islam Kanoo, Abdul Rahman Al-Sukran, and Hussam Al-Badri.
In an “ancient” match, Port Fouad tied with its guest, El Sekka, with one goal for each side.
The score for Port Fouad Abdullah Abdel Raouf, while the score for the Sikka Mohamed Reao from a penalty kick.
The match witnessed the expulsion of Amir Azmy Megahed, the technical director of the railways.
The match brought together the two oldest clubs in Egypt, as Port Fouad was founded in 1902, while El Sekka was founded in 1903.
They were also present in the first ever edition of the Egyptian Premier League season 1948/1949, and coincidentally, they also met in the first round and the match also ended in a draw, but with three goals for each party at the time.
Port Fouad’s Facebook page broadcast the match live, using 3 different cameras.
Tersana started the season with a loss against its guest, Porto Suez, with two goals to one, at Hassan El Shazly Stadium.
Ahmed El-Esh advanced to Arsenal, but Porto equalized by Mohamed Chahine in the 80th minute.
In a rapid development of events, Shaheen scored the winning goal for Porto in the 83rd minute, and in an incomprehensible act took off his shirt and received a second yellow card, despite having a card in his balance, to leave the field dismissed.
The match also witnessed the expulsion of his colleague Mahmoud Harsha.
The match was broadcast on Facebook and broadcast by 7 cameras.
In another match, Zed, led by Ismail Youssef, defeated its host, Suez, with a single goal scored by Mohamed Ashraf.
Wadi Degla also started the second division campaign with a broad victory over its guest, Benha, by four goals to one.
The Tigris goals were scored by: Mohamed Thabet – by mistake, Mustafa Talaat, and Rafik Kabo on two occasions. While Islam Osama scored Benha’s only goal.
In turn, Military Production equalized against its host Telecom Egypt, with one goal for each party.
Al-Entaj advanced through Hassan Yassin in the first half, but Al-Etisalat equalized in the fifth minute of overtime for the match with a goal by Ahmed Hashem from a penalty kick.
The matches of the round will be completed tomorrow, Saturday, against Belbeis and Al-Marikh, while the match between Al-Qanat and Al-Nasr has been postponed to the 25th of November.