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Match facts: Libya's Ahli Tripoli v Egypt's Zamalek (African Champions League group stage)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage of Tuesday's match between Libya's Ahli Tripoli and Egypt's Zamalek in the 2nd round of the African Champions League group stage

Ahram Online , Tuesday 23 May 2017
Zamalek players (Al-Ahram)
Zamalek players (Al-Ahram)
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Full time: Ahli Tripoli 0-0 Zamalek


Yellow cards:

Tarek Hamed (Zamalek)
Badr Ahmed Hassan (Ahli Tripoli)
Muaid Ellafi (Ahli Tripoli)


Starting line-ups:

Ahli Tripoli: 
Mohamed Nashnush, Ali Salama, Moad Aboud, Sameh Derbali, Mohamed Al Tarhoni, Badr Ahmed Hassan, Abdoalrahman Alamame (Vianney Mabide 63), Salem Ablo (Zakareya Salem 74), Mohamed Ghanudi, Mohamed Anis Saltou, Muaid Ellafi

Zamalek: Ahmed El-Shennawi, Osama Ibrahim, Mahmoud Hamdi, Ali Gabr, Ahmed Aboul-Fotouh, Tarek Hamed, Maarouf Yussuf, Mahmoud Shikabala (Mostafa Fathi 77),  Ahmed Refaat (Stanley Ohawuchi 67), Mohamed Ibrahim, Bassem Morsi (Hossam "Paulo" Salama) 

Venue: Taieb Mhiri, Sfax

Referee: Noureddine El Jaafari

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