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Thursday 14 February 2019

Algeria's Nasr Hussein Dai's team snatched a valuable draw from Zamalek for each team in a match that came within the accounts of the second round of Group D of the African Confederation Cup.

Zamalek were ahead with a goal by Moroccan Khaled Boutaib, but Algeria's Fawzi Yaya managed to equalize for his side in the last minute of the match.

The draw kept Zamalek in the last place with one point, while Nasr Hussein Dai led the group with four points, one point behind both Kermahaya of Kenya and Petro Atletico of Angola.

"Masrawy" reviews the following report, the most prominent newspaper articles in the Algerian press after Zamalek draw at home and among its fans:

Nahar

"Nasri stop Zamalek and stand alone in the lead"

Nasir Hussein Dai's team managed to steal a valuable point with a dramatic draw against Zamalek in a match held at the Borg El Arab stadium in Alexandria.

The newspaper pointed out that the goal of Fawzi Yaya contributed to the arrival of the Algerian team to the top of Group D, while Zamalek tipped the group ranking by just one point.

Sports news

"Nasri returns with a positive draw"

The newspaper said that Nasr Husayn Day's team could return to Algeria with a valuable point after he was a loser in the first half against Zamalek.

Zamalek managed to score a goal in the first 15 minutes, but Fawzi Yaya equalized for the visitors in the last minute of the match.

The net

"Nasr Hussein Dai tops Group D"

Algerian football player Nasr Hossain Daye drew in front of Zamalek in the group stage of the African Confederation Cup.

The newspaper highlighted the arrival of the team "Nasriya" to the top of his group after two rounds, in contrast, Zamalek finished with a point to lower the standings after the loss of Kenya's Gormahia in the first match (4-2).

Top scorer

"The tie dominated the face of Zamalek and Nasr Hussein Dai"

The paper highlighted Nasr Nasr Hussein's draw against Zamalek in the second round of the Confederations Cup.

Zamalek failed to maintain their lead after Khaled Boutaib scored his first goal in the 14th minute, but Fawzi Yaya equalized for the visitors in the last minute of the match.

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