The match between Zamalek and Kenya’s Tusker has now started, in the match between the two teams, this Friday evening, at the Burj Al Arab Stadium, in the second leg of the 32nd round of the African Champions League.
Zamalek won the first leg match, which was held at Nyayo National Stadium, with a goal without a response, scored by Moroccan Ashraf Ben Sharqi, to take a big step closer to qualifying for the group stage in the most prestigious continental championships.
Zamalek is under the technical leadership of French Patrice Carteron, playing today’s match with a formation consisting of, goalkeeper: Muhammad Abu Jabal, and the defense line: Ahmed Fattouh – Mahmoud Hamdi Al-Wensh – Mahmoud Alaa – Hamza Mathlouthi, and the midfield: Tariq Hamed – Imam Ashour – Ahmed Sayed Zizou – Youssef Obama – Ashraf bin Sharqi, and in the attack: Seif Al-Din Al-Jaziri.
On the bench are Mohamed Awad, Mohamed Abdel Ghani, Mohamed Abdel Shafi, Hazem Imam, Abdullah Gomaa, Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, Mohamed Ashraf Roqa, Islam Jaber and Mahmoud Abdel Razek Shikabala.
While the Kenyan Tusker, led by Robert Matano, plays the match, with a formation consisting of, goalkeeper: Patrick Matase, the defense line: Hilary Wonder – Kalos Kerenji – Asek Amboch – Daniel Sakkari Machisu, and the midfield: Claude Senji – Apollo Otieno – Charles Momani – Bonfis Moshiri, In the attack: Josha Ibrahim – Degorates Ojok
And Carteron led Zamalek in the second term since last March 12, and until now, and led the team in 20 matches in the Premier League competition, during which he won 14 matches, drew in 5 matches and was defeated in a match, and the players scored 38 goals with him and the White nets received 15 goals..
While he led Zamalek in 4 matches in the African Champions League, he won in three meetings and was defeated in a match, and the players scored 7 goals with him and received two goals with him..