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Ahmed Gamal as a judge for the match between Al-Masry Al-Port Said and Aswan, the Egyptian Cup tonight

The main referees committee of the Egyptian Football Association, the referees of the Aswan-Egyptian Cup match, announced the 8th round of the Egypt Cup as follows: Ahmed Gamal, "Referee Square" - Mohamed Abdel Majid "First Assistant" - Mostafa Attia "Second Assistant" - Mohamed Tariq Fourth rule.

The Egyptian Port Said will host his counterpart, Aswan, at nine o'clock this evening, Monday, at Alexandria Stadium in the quarter-finals of the Egypt Cup, in a difficult and exciting confrontation, as is the case for the cup meetings.

Al-Masry Al-Port Said qualified for this role after he overcame the Mansoura hurdle by three without a response in the 32nd round of the tournament and then beat Al-Tale'i El-Geish by three goals against a goal in the round of 16 of the competition.

While Aswan defeated Sohag by 3 goals to a goal in the round of 32 of the tournament, then he overcame El Gouna with a goal without a response in the round of 16 of the competition.

Ali Maher, the coach of the Egyptian Port Said, called on his players to continue the tone of victories in order to win a victory in the Egyptian Cup in search of completing the tournament for the final stage. Al-Masry presents a distinguished season at the level of the league championship, where he is ranked third in the competition table with 40 points after playing 25 matches he won in 10 Meetings, tied in like them, lost 5 encounters, and his players scored 33 goals and conceded 23 goals, and tied with Wadi Degla with two goals for each team in his last appearance in the league.

On the other hand, Aswan coach Alaa Abdel-Al called on his players to continue the cup victories to snatch the ticket to the round of four of the tournament, and Zahra Al Janoub presents a varying level at the level of the league championship this season, as it ranks fifteenth with 24 points after playing 24 matches, winning 6 matches and tied in Like them, he lost 12 matches, his players scored 19 goals and conceded 37 goals, and Aswan lost to Al-Ittihad of Alexandria with two unanswered goals in the last appearance of the competition.

Since its launch in 1921, the Egypt Cup has won 12 different teams, Al-Ahly is the most successful champion with 37 titles, and the least crowned are: Al-Masry Al-Borsaidi, Al-Qanat, Al-Tram, with one tournament, the first team to win the Egypt Cup was Zamalek, and the last team to win the title was Al-Ahly at the expense of the army's vanguards