Zamalek announces the first official action against the Esperance and Mouloudia match


Amr Dardiri, head of the Zamalek club’s media system, announced the action that the White Citadel administration will take after Tunisia’s Esperance draw against Mouloudia of Algeria, saying: “We will submit an official protest today, Sunday, to CAF about what happened in the Esperance and Mouloudia match.”

Eliminate Zamalek
He added in a telephone interview to the “Zamalek Club” satellite that the meeting was devoid of the principle of fair play, which led to this tie and the exclusion of the white team from the tournament, amid a massive public attack on Esperance’s performance, which some Zamalek fans described as “missing out” in order to keep the team away from African Champions League.

clean playing

He explained: “We all saw that the match was not at the level of fair play expected, but the committee in charge of managing Zamalek club is happy with the players’ promising performance, and confirms that the team will compete strongly in the League and the Egypt Cup, and the current technical staff has restored the spirit absent from the club.”

Mouloudia Algeria and Esperance match
The match between Mouloudia Algeria and Esperance ended with a goal for each of them in the final round of the group stage of the CAF Champions League.

With this result, Esperance qualifies for the 8th round as the first group in the Champions League and MC Algiers as the second group.

Nassim Ben Khalifa scored the goal for Esperance in the 35th minute of the first half, while Abdel Nour Belkheir scored the equalizer for Mouloudia Algeria.

The referee canceled a goal for Mouloudia due to offside 54 at the start of the second half, and Adadi wasted a sure goal and Ben Cherifia starred again and tackled the ball in the 58th minute.

The formation of Esperance

Moez bin Sharifia – Muhammad Amin al-Maskini – Abd al-Qadir Badran – Khalil Shammam – Hussein al-Rabeeh – Abdul Raouf bin Ghaith – Muhammad Amin bin Hamida – Naseem bin Khalifa – Anis al-Badri – Hamdo al-Huni – Taha Yassin al-Khunaisi.

Zamalek is the best list

The Confederation of African Football announced that Zamalek has topped the list of the best teams in the group stage of the African Champions League in terms of correct passage in the middle of the competitors’ stadium.

The official page of the Confederation of African Football on the social networking site “Facebook” published the ranking of the teams, where the list saw Zamalek lead with 1,211 passes, followed by Al-Ahly in second place with 995 passes, then Simba of Tanzania in third place with 957 assists.

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