Ghanaian forward, John Antwi scored again in the Egyptian Premier League on Monday night for Pyramids FC against Harras El Hodood.
The former XI Wise attacker netted the first goal in the game after 37 minutes to put the host 1-0 up in a frustrating encounter before the break.
The first half ended 1-0 to the dominant home team who were unfortunate to have not led by two or three goals after a blistering performance in the opening half.
The Ghana International’s first-half goal scored from outside the box after a pass from Mohamed Farouk Salamá was all the hosts needed to score three points as they close the gap between them and Zamalek to a single point with two games left.
With five minutes to full time, the Ghanaian attacker was redrawn from the game as Eric Traoré took his place.
Pyramids FC are pursuing a second-place finish which would secure them a CAF Champions League slot and would be hoping for a slip up from Zamalek in the last two games.
Antwi has found the back of the net seven times this season with three assists in 25 games in the Egyptian Premier League.