The Red Devils and the White Knights worked out to an activity stuffed eight-objective thrill ride on Friday night, with Pitso Mosimane's side leaving 5-3 victors over their severe adversaries.
The experience was not with no trace of dramatization, however, as a few culpable offenses occurred, in this manner provoking the EFA to force sanctions on the two sides because of minor unsettling influences, per KingFut.
The two groups were given an EGP50 000 (R47 675) fine after their separate training staffs advanced on to the pitch while celebrating different objectives.
Home side Zamalek was likewise hit with an additional an EGP25 000 (R23 837) fine after their supervisor Patrice Carteron (presented above) didn't appear for the post-match public interview.
The White Knights were likewise given a third fine of EGP50 000 (R47 675) for throwing a ball on to the pitch during their adversary's second punishment in the match.
Following that outcome, Al Ahly are presently top of the Egyptian Premier League table with nine focuses, while Zamalek dropped from second to fifth on the standings with two successes and one loss from their initial three association matches of the 2021/22 season.
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