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Jonathan Ngwem on target as Future returns to winning ways against sorry El Gouna

by Lesley Ngwa
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  • Jonathan Ngwem scored his fifth goal in 18 appearances this season to help Future beat his former club
  • The 2-0 win against El Gouna on Thursday helps Modern Future get close to continental football slots
  • Modern Future FC completed a double on El Gouna courtesy of a goal each from two of its defenders on the day

Joseph Jonathan Ngwem II scored a stoppage time penalty before the end of the first segment to secure a comfortable 2-0 win for Modern Future FC and resume the winning sensation on Thursday at the El Gouna stadium.

The match day 27 fixture offered the chance for both sides to rediscover the winning sensation following disappointing outings earlier in the week.

Fortunately for Future FC who lined up Ngwem at the left back position and his compatriot Eba Adrian in the sharp point of attack, they achieved victory courtesy of a Ngwem penalty and an early goal from fellow defender Ali El Fil.

Future that fell at home to Ismaily SC despite dominating took the game to El Gouna from the start, hoping to quickly rob salt in their hosts existing wounds.

However, coach Talaat Youssef’s men were made to wait till almost the end of the first segment to find a breakthrough.

Ali found himself with time and space around the box at the 38th minute and made the most of it by putting Future FC ahead before Ngwem scored a penalty in the 11 minute of additional time in the first segment to make it 2-0.

At 2-0 at the interval Future were fully in charge and it could have only taken something special for El Gouna on a run of eight games with a win to come back into the contest.

Upon resumption, the visitors organized and defended properly to secure all three points on offer even if they could have opened up and made a difference to their goals scored this season.

The win takes Ngwem and co up to fifth on the log with 41 points from 27 matches in this season’s Egyptian Premier League.

Ngwem’s latest goal against his former club is the 5th in 18 domestic championship games for the former Unisport of Bafang defender who won AFCON 2017 with Cameroon.

Future will be back on Premier League activity next Wednesday when they travel to Baladiyat El Mahalla SC.

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