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Egyptian Premier League: Eba and Ngwem seal the win against El Gouna 

by Lesley Ngwa
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  • Future overcame El Gouna with a 3-1 victory, highlighted by Arnold Eba Tchebegna’s equalizer and Jonathan Ngwem’s lead extension
  • The game was sealed by Hadji Barri’s last-minute goal, ensuring a win for Future
  • The result elevates Future to sixth place in the league, while El Gouna sits eleventh after the defeat

Modern Future has secured a decisive victory over El Gouna, bolstered by the inspiring performances of Arnold Eba Tchebegna and Jonathan Ngwem in the Egyptian Premier League.

The match played this Thursday June 13, commenced with an early surge from El Gouna, marked by Reda Salah’s swift goal at the 18th minute, setting an intense pace for the game.

However, the lead was short-lived as Arnold Eba Tchebegna, the dynamic 21-year-old forward, swiftly equalized with a stunning strike at the 22nd minute. This marked his second goal in his recent five appearances, signaling his growing impact on the team’s offensive capabilities.

As the second half unfolded, Jonathan Ngwem, the experienced 32-year-old left back, showcased his scoring acumen by extending Future’s lead with a decisive goal at the 63rd minute. His consistent performance, with two goals and an assist over the past month, has been a testament to his enduring skill and strategic play.

Arnold Eba celebrates goal

The match’s climax was reached when Hadji Barri, the Guinean substitute, emerged as an unexpected hero, securing Future’s triumph with a last-minute goal at the 90+3 minute. His contribution was pivotal, ensuring the team left with all three points in a dramatic fashion.

The day proved challenging for Amr El Sisi of El Gouna, who faced expulsion from the game at the 90+8 minute after receiving a red card.

Throughout the match, Future demonstrated superior tactical execution, creating numerous scoring opportunities with eight shots, four of which were on target, and converting three into goals. The team’s possession was dominant, albeit by a narrow margin, maintaining 55% control over El Gouna’s 45%.

This victory has significant implications for the league standings, propelling Future to the sixth position with 35 points, while El Gouna, facing the aftermath of this defeat, stands at the eleventh spot with 30 points.

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