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Al-Ahly doctor reveals the details of Akram Tawfiq and Badr Bannon’s injury after the Esperance match

Akram Tawfik and Badr Banoon, Al-Ahly players, complained of a slight strain in the calf muscle, after the team's match against Esperance de Tunis ended yesterday, Saturday.

Dr. Ahmed Abu Abla, the team’s doctor, said that the duo’s condition does not raise any concern, and they will be ready to participate in Al-Ahly’s training after the end of the negative rest that the players received for 48 hours.

Abu Abla confirmed that the duo will naturally participate in the team's team training next Tuesday.

Al-Ahly’s mission arrived this morning at Cairo Airport from Tunisia, after the end of the Al-Ahly team’s match against Esperance of Tunisia in the first leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League, which Al-Ahmar won with a clean goal.

Al-Ahly’s delegation left Hamadi Al-Aqrabi Stadium in Brades, immediately after the end of the first leg of the African Champions League semi-final against Esperance, and headed to Carthage Airport on the way back to Cairo.

Al-Ahly defeated Esperance with a goal without a response, scored by Mohamed Sherif in the match that was held yesterday evening in the first leg of the semi-finals of the African Champions League.

Al-Ahly will play the second leg against Esperance on June 26 in Cairo, to decide the qualification ticket to the final of the African Champions League.

In his statements after the match, Betso Mosimane confirmed that Al-Ahly respected Esperance and its technical staff, and that winning a goal in the first round does not mean anything, and that the return round in Cairo is crucial to qualifying for the African final.