FIFA impose punishment on Al Ahly after its two players were caught on camera violating COVID-19 precautionary measures.
Al Ahly's Delegation Received an official letter from FIFA on Wednesday stating that two players who happens to be Hussein El Shahaat and Mahmoud Kahraba are banned to participate in the club's third playoff against Palmeiras.
Both players were found guilty of not adhering to COVID-19 precautionary measures laid out by football's Governing body after Al Ahly's 2-0 loss to Bayern Munich.
Both players were caught on camera approaching Al Ahly supporters and shaking Hands with some of them and the process violating COVID-19 precautionary measures.
"We must learn from the Mistakes we made during Al Suhail SC and FC Bayern Munich before facing Palmeiras, as we are keen to win the Bronze Medal," Mosimane was quoted telling Al Ahly's website page.
Al Ahly will have to do without the services of his two first team regulars against Palmeiras as he goes in search of a bronze medal in the competition.
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