It seems that the Aswan and Zamalek match, which was held in the 11th round of the Egyptian Premier League, represented a curse on both sides, as neither team won after that.
And Aswan blew up a big surprise when it achieved an impressive victory over its guest, Zamalek, 2-1, on January 2, to suffer the defending champion the first loss this season.
However, this victory represented a curse on Aswan, who did not achieve any victory after that match, although it was doing well in the competition earlier.
After the Zamalek match, Aswan fought 4 confrontations, in which it drew with the National Bank and Haras al-Hodood, then fell at the hands of the Arab Contractors, before continuing its failure to win a third draw with Ismaili on Monday evening.
These results come after the Zahrat Al Janoub team achieved 4 victories and lost 6 in the first 10 rounds.
The interesting thing is that Aswan, who did not draw in any match before confronting Zamalek, ended 3 out of the last 4 confrontations with a draw.--
After these results, Aswan fell to ninth place with 18 points.-
The curse of that match did not hit Aswan alone, but the defeated team also had a share of it, as Zamalek, in turn, did not achieve any victory in the 3 matches it played so far.
Zamalek tied with Al-Dakhiliya and Al-Ittihad of Alexandria, respectively, before falling to its rival Al-Ahly in the summit match.
It should be noted that Zamalek did not suffer any loss before the Aswan match, as it won 7 and drew 3 during the first ten rounds.
As a result of the recent negative results, Zamalek fell to fifth place with 26 points, but the white team has an opportunity to improve its position and return to fourth place at least if it beats its host Ghazl El Mahalla tomorrow, Tuesday, in round 15.