Al-Ahly and Al-Mokawloon congratulate the Border Guard on qualifying for the excellent

Al-Ahly and Al-Mokawloon Al-Arab congratulate the team border guards, On the occasion of officially qualifying for the Premier League, after defeating Sporting By two goals to one, in the match that brought the two teams together, on Wednesday, as part of the confrontations within the sixth and final round of the four-team tournament qualifying for Premier League Next season.

Al-Ahly Club extends its sincere congratulations to Haras Al-Hodood Club and its Board of Directors. On the occasion of the football team’s return to participate in the Premier League, we wish it success and further progress and prosperity.

Al Mokawloon Al Arab Club, headed by Eng. Mohsen Salah, also extended its sincere congratulations to Haras El Hodoud Club, its board of directors, technical staff and players, after its promotion to the Premier League.

Eng. Mohamed Adel Fathy, General Supervisor of Football and Member of the Club’s Board of Directors, wished Haras El-Hodoud Club success in its next steps, congratulating the Board of Directors, the technical staff and the players for the great effort throughout the season and the promotion round matches.

Al-Haras took the lead through Galal Al-Sharqawi in the 45th minute at the end of the first half, and Tarek Al-Sayed equalized for Sporting in the 64th minute of the match, and Al-Haras managed to snatch the winning goal in the sixth minute of stoppage time through Mahmoud Mamdouh.

With this result, the Haras El Hodoud team succeeded in securing its lead in the quadrennial tournament with 13 points, and returning to the Premier League, while Sporting failed to advance to the top flight for the first time in its history, as the team ranked second in the quadrennial tournament standings with 8 points.

The formation of the border guards to face Sporting included: Karim Emad, Khaled Sami, Jalal Al-Sharqawi, Mahmoud Mamdouh, Ahmed Shedid, Mustafa Gamal, Ibrahim Al-Qadi, Mahmoud Abu Jaoude, Moamen Awad, Muhammad Al-Qat, and Islam Samir.

While the Sporting formation to confront the border guards included: Ayman Rajab, Muhannad Ibrahim, Tariq Sayed, Moamen Mahdi, Mohamed Salah, Mohamed Magdy, Mohamed Samir, Khamis Hosni, Rizq Abdel Halim, Abdel Rahman Al-Suwaisi, Marwan Al-Sayed.

The last round witnessed Haras El Hodoud defeating El Tersana with two goals to one, while Sporting tied with the Suez national team with two goals each.

The two teams (Sporting and Al-Haras) had previously met in the second round of the four-team tournament qualifying for the Premier League, and the match ended in a goalless draw.

Mohamed Adel was appointed as a referee for the match between Sporting and the Border Guard, and he was assisted by Ahmed Tawfiq Talab as first assistant, Hani Abdel Fattah as second assistant, and Nader Qamar al-Dawla as fourth referee.

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