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10:50 PM | Monday 05 October 2020

President of Zamalek, Farag Amer:

Faraj Amer

Publishing Engineer Faraj AmerSmouha Club President, a letter he received from President of Zamalek Club Via WhatsApp.

Faraj Amer published a message from the president of Zamalek, in which he said a text: “And mercy, that is, to lock you.”

Faraj Amer commented on the picture: “The first reaction after the match between Zamalek, Mortada Mansour, sent me the message.”


Zizou stuns Smouha and rises to Zamalek to meet Club Egypt in the cup quarter-finals

Zamalek achieved an exciting qualification for the quarter-finals of the Egypt Cup, after its victory over Smouha, 2-1, during the match that brought them together at the Ismailia Stadium in the final price competition.

Salah Mohsen opened Smouhas goals in the 55th minute with an elaborate shot from the left side, which he fired with his right into the net, before Imam Ashour realized the equalizer for Zamalek in the 81st minute with a shot that hit the foot of the Smouha defender and landed the Alexandrian team’s net.

In the 114th minute, Ahmed Sayed Zizou fired an elaborate left-footed shot that went into the net of goalkeeper El Hani Suleiman, to score a fatal goal that led the White Knight to the Egyptian Cup quarter-finals.

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