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Match facts: Zamalek (Egypt) v Hassania Agadir (Morocco) (African Confederation Cup)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage of Sunday's match between Egypt's Zamalek and Morocco's Hassania Agadir in the 2nd leg of the African Confederation Cup quarterfinals

Ahram Online , Sunday 14 Apr 2019
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Full time: Zamalek 1-0 Hassania Agadir
Scorer: Ibrahim Hassan 49

Yellow cards:
Mahmoud Alaa, Ibrahim Hassan (Zamalek)
Soufiane Bouftini, Imad Kimaoui, Jalal Daoudi (Hassania Agadir)

Line-ups:

Zamalek: Mahmoud Abdel-Rehim, Hamdi Nagguez, Mahmoud Hamdi, Mahmoud Alaa, Abdallah Gomaa, Tarek Hamed, Ferjani Sassi (Mohamed Ibrahim 15), Mahmoud Abdel-Moneam (Hamid Ahddad 73), Youssef Ibrahim, Ibrahim Hassan 9Mahmoud Abdel Aziz 88), Khalid Boutaib

Hassania Agadir: Abderrahman El Houasli, Abdelati El-khanboubi, Yassine Rami, Soufiane Bouftini, Driss Bennani (Karim Elberqaoui 58), Abdelkarim Baadi, Imad Kimaoui, Jalal Daoudi, Zouhir Chaouch (Markovic 86), Seyam Tamer, Youssef Alfahli   
 
Venue: Suez Army Stadium, Suez

Referee: Helder Martins De Carvalho

First leg result: Hassania Agadir 0-0 Zamalek

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