Isaac Muleme Credit: © Kawowo Sports | AISHA NAKATO
  • Egypt Premier League
  • Alassiouty Sport 5-1 Al Nasr
  • Smouha 0-1 Zamalek
[/media-credit] Isaac Muleme (extreme left on the front row) Credit: Alassoiuty Sport Media

Uganda Cranes left winger Isaac Muleme kick started life in the Egypt Premier League on a bright tiding with a goal for is side Alassiouty Sport in the 5-1 win over Al Nasr at Al Assiouty Sport Stadium in Beni Suef.

The visiting side took the lead through Haggag Oweis’ 20th minute opener against the run of play.

Three minutes later, Namibian international Benson Shilongo cancelled the lead with a well taken strike.

From then on-wards, Stefan Rieger coached Alassiouty Sport dominated the proceedings with an avalanche of strikes.

Islam Siam made it three on 37 minutes as the half time score read in bold 3-1.

Thirteen minutes into the second half, Mohanad Mostafa extended the lead before a red letter strike from the former SC Villa, SC Victoria University and KCCA left back, Isaac Muleme on 71 minutes.

Omar Kamal Abdel Wahed’s 82nd penalty wrapped up the scoring business for Alassiouty Sport who recorded their 7th victory of the campaign, that elevated them to 10th on the 18 team log with 29 points off 23 games.

The other Ugandan in Egypt is stocky midfielder Hassan Wasswa Mawanda, plying his trade with a mid-table entity,  Talaea El-Geish Football Club.

El-Geish has also amassed 29 points but with a game less than Muleme’s club.

They (El-Geish) have an away tie to Tanta on Monday, 12th February 2018 at the 8000 Tanta stadium.

Next Match

Isaac Muleme and the rest of his teammates will swiftly turn attention to the up-coming match against 39 league champions, reigning victors and current table leaders Al Ahly on Friday, 16th February 2018.

On the same day, Talaea El-Geish will be at home against Smouha at the Cairo Military Academy Stadium.

Smouha’s immediate past game was their 1-0 home loss to giants Zamalek.

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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