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Match facts: Zamalek v Club Sfaxien (African Confederation Cup)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage of Saturday's clash between Egypt's Zamalek and Club Sfaxien of Tunisia in the 1st matchday of the African Confederation Cup group stage

Ahram Online , Saturday 27 Jun 2015
Zamalek players
Zamalek's players celebrate after scoring against Arab Contractors in last week's Egyptian Premier League game (Photo: the club's official Facebook page)
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Full time: Zamalek 1-0 Sfaxien 
Scorer: 
Abdoulaye Cisse 90 

Yellow cards: Wassim Kammoun 18, Slim Mahjbi 54, Hamza Hadda 80 (Sfaxien) 

Starting line-ups:

Zamalek: Ahmed El-Shennawy, Hazem Emam, Ali Gabr, Mohamed Koffi, Hamada Tolba (Abdoulaye Cisse 86), Ahmed Tawfik (Youssef Obama 70), Ibrahim Salah, Omar Gaber, Ayman Hefni, Mostafa Fathi, Khaled Qamar (Ahmed Ali 59) 

Sfaxien: Rami Jeridi, Zied Derbeli, Yassine Meriah, Maher Hannachi, Slim Mahjbi, Hamza Hadda, Wassim Kammoun (Zied Ziedi 70), Houssem Louati (Ghazi Challouf 91), Moncer, Borhen Hkimi, Brahim El Bahri (Taha Khenissi 82)
 

Venue: Petro sport

Referee: Mohamed Abderrezak Benouza (Algeria)

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