Hegazi scores on dream debut as West Brom beat Bournemouth
Aug 13 2017 by Kathy Alvarado
The Egyptian global who arrived on loan from Al Ahly this summer made an instant impression on Baggies fans as he scored the decisive goal.
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Albion made three new signings during the close season with Jay Rodriguez, Zhang Yuning and Ahmed Hegazi arriving at The Hawthorns but Pulis still wants as many as five more additions to swell numbers in his squad.
"It is a very good win and a fantastic feeling", the 26-year-old player said on the club's official website.
Rodriguez was preferred to Salomon Rondon in attack for the hosts and he nearly marked his bow with a goal in the ninth minute, Asmir Begovic saving smartly from the striker's snap-shot.
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The hosts were the team on top for the majority of the match and had numerous chances to add to the scoreline including on 56 minutes when Claudio Yacob hit the side netting after finding space while taking advantage of some poor defending from Joshua King.
The Baggies had a superb first half after starting the game with their usual 4-1-4-1 formation which allows Tony Pulis' men to control the game without having too much time on the ball.
"Ahmed Hegazi looks like a really, really good buy".
Furthermore, the Egyptian global was dominant aerially and succeeded with 57% of the headed duels that he contested.
On the other hand, Eddie Howe's side had 60% of the possession in the first-half, but with no real threat on West Brom's back-line.