Kasongo attacked Badji after the Al-Ahly and Zamalek match

Photography – Osama Abdel Nabi:

Congolese Kabongo Kasungu, the Zamalek winger, attacked Senegalese Alio Badji, Al-Ahly striker, after the two teams’ match in the African Champions League ended.

The match between Al-Ahly and Zamalek ended with the Red Team winning 2-1 and crowned it for the ninth time in its history to qualify for the Clubs World Cup.

The lens of Ylakora Wii monitored the attack of the Congolese striker after the end of the match, which witnessed clashes and skirmishes that led to the expulsion of Mustafa Mohamed, the Zamalek striker and Hussein Al-Shahat, the Al-Ahly wing.

Kasongo participated in the second half of the match, replacing Shikabala, while Badji did not participate and sat on the bench.

Badji had also clashed with Zamalek players in the last Super Cup, in which the white team won a penalty shootout.


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