Esperance tied at its stadium in Rades against Mouloudia Algeria, and qualified together for the quarter-finals of the African Champions League, while Zamalek bid farewell to the continental competition as a result of this draw, despite its broad victory at the expense of Senegalese Tuncheth by four in Cairo Stadium.
Tunisia’s Esperance mocks Zamalek after the African exit
Esperance published a picture of the Zamalek players as they followed the Tunisian team’s match against its Algerian rival from the bench, commenting: “This is your shish, I replied to you,” in response to the tweet published by the Zamalek account following the coronation of the African Super Cup at Esperance last year.
For his part, the CAF Champions League account on the social networking site Twitter monitored a video clip of Tunisian Ferjani Sassi, the star of Zamalek, as he was angry at telling him that MCA scored his goal against Esperance.
Activists also shared on the communication sites pictures of the Zamalek players as they watched the Esperance and Mouloudia match from the bench via a live and direct broadcast from the mobile phone, and the shock appeared on their faces the moment Mouloudia scored the equalizer against Esperance.
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