The end of the match between Al-Ahly and Zamalek in the final of the African Champions League, which was won by the Red Genie with two goals against a goal to crown the ninth title in its history in the continental championship, witnessed unfortunate events after the referee blew the final whistle announcing the victory of the red team, as an argument erupted between Aliyu Badji, the striker of Al-Ahly, and Kasungu, the striker of Zamalek. Evolved into the White Castle player beating Buddy, and then more than one party entered the fight.
A clash between the two teams
Assault after the match
Kasongo encroached on Badji
Side of the engagement 2
Side of the engagement
Kasungu and Budgie
Al-Ahly players won the African Cup after winning the African Cup after beating Zamalek with two goals to one in the match that was held between them at Cairo Stadium in the final of the African Champions League, with two goals to one.
Amr Al-Soleya scored the first goal for Al-Ahly in the fifth minute, and Shikabala tied for Zamalek in the 33rd minute, and in the 84th minute, Mohamed Magdy Afsha scored the winning goal for the Red Genie to be crowned champions.
Al Ahly formation
The official formation of Al-Ahly includes: Muhammad Al-Shennawi – Muhammad Hani – Yasser Ibrahim – Ayman Ashraf – Ali Maaloul – Hamdi Fathi – Amr Al-Soulia – Junior Ajayi – Hussein Al-Shahat – Muhammad Majdi Qafsha and Marwan Mohsen. Rabia, Mahmoud Waheed, Geraldo, Aliu Badji, Mahmoud Kahraba and Ahmed El Sheikh.
While the formation of Zamalek for the final century includes: Muhammad Abu Jabal – Ahmed Eid – Mahmoud Alaa – Muhammad Abdel Ghani – Islam Jaber – Tariq Hamid – Farajani Sassi – Ashraf bin Sharqi – Mahmoud Shikabala – Ahmed Sayed Zizou and Mustafa Muhammad.