Smouha played their latest fixture in the Egypt Cup against Dikernis and won the match 4-0 at full-time. Smouha won the match as four players scored in the match as they kept a clean sheet against the visitors. Smouha managed to score only one goal in the first half of the match when Ahmed Radwan scored Smouha in a 1-0 lead at the half time break. Smouha impressed with three incredible goals in the second half of the match when Abdelkabir El Ouady, Derrick Nsibambi and Hossam Hassan scored the final goals of the match as Smouha win the match 4-0 in the end.
Smouha opened the scoring in the first half of the match when Ahmed Radwan scored in the 27th minute of the match to lead 1-0. In the second half of the match Abdelkabir El Ouady scored in the 59th minute to lead the match 2-0. Eleven minutes later Derrick Nsibambi managed to score in the 70th minute as Smouha leads 3-0. Two minutes later Smouha managed to lead 4-0 when Hossam Hassan scored in the 72nd minute. Smouha won the match 4-0 in the end as they progress to the next stage in the Egypt Cup competition.
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