Canada The pretty chisel of Ahmed Hassan
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Let's meet the Greece Cup.
eliminated from C3 three weeks ago by Arsenal, the Olympiakos played this Wednesday the game go of its national cup semifinal., it was necessary to watch the meeting between Giannina and the Olympiakos (1-1) to see the most beautiful goal of the evening. In the second period, the Egyptian scorer of Piraeus Ahmed Hassan has equalized thanks to a great inspiration: an unwavering chisel for the guard, which allows his team to be in favorable tag for the game back.
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© AFP Hassan Rohani in Tehran on April 7, 2021. The Iranian President Hassan Rohani said Wednesday that negotiations on nuclear power, Who started in Vienna the day before with the international community could take place "in a short time". Tehran will not negotiate with Washington in a direct way as long as the US economic and financial sanctions are not lifted.
What's better than starting the day with this magnificent returned from Ahmed Hassan yesterday with the Olympiakos facing the Giannina step in Greece Cup?- Greek Football France (@FootGrec)
A pharaonic goal.
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