Muslim Brotherhood supporters have been celebrating in Tahrir Square after the group said Mohammed Morsi had won 51.8% with more than 99% of the more than 13,000 poll centres counted. It supposed as the big “NO” from majority of Egyptians to Ahmed Shafiq, the last prime minister of Mubarak era. But Ahmed Shafiq's campaign said he was ahead "beyond all doubt". His media spokesman, Ahmed Sarhan, said Shafiq had between 51.5% and 52% of the vote. Sarhan accused the Brotherhood of trying to create a "fait accompli" and of risking confrontation on the streets "when official results declare Shafiq to be the winner". Egyptian news websites Ahram Online and al-Masry al-Youm both had Morsi winning. Official final results are not due until Thursday.