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Fans of Egypt's Zamalek celebrate with flares after a goal during the CAF African Champions League soccer match between Zamalek and Algeria's Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia in Petro Sport stadium, Cairo, Egypt, 9 April 2016 (Reuters)
Zamalek 2 - 0 Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia
Fans of Egypt's Zamalek celebrate with flares after a goal during the CAF African Champions League soccer match between Zamalek and Algeria's Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia in Petro Sport stadium, Cairo, Egypt, 9 April 2016 (Reuters)
Zamalek 2 - 0 Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia
Egypt's Zamalek fans cheer during the CAF African Champions League soccer match between Zamalek and Algeria's Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia in Petro Sport stadium, Cairo, Egypt, 9 April 2016 (Reuters)
Zamalek 2 - 0 Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia
Egypt's Zamalek fans cheer before the start of the CAF African Champions League soccer match between Zamalek and Algeria's Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia in Petro Sport stadium, Cairo, Egypt, 9 April 2016 (Reuters)
Zamalek 2 - 0 Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia
Egypt's Zamalek fan looks on before the start of the CAF African Champions League soccer match between Zamalek and Algeria's Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia in Petro Sport stadium, Cairo, Egypt, 9 April 2016 (Reuters)
Zamalek 2 - 0 Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia
Egypt's Zamalek fans cheer before the start of the CAF African Champions League soccer match between Zamalek and Algeria's Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia in Petro Sport stadium, Cairo, Egypt, 9 April 2016 (Reuters)
Zamalek 2 - 0 Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia
Egypt's Zamalek fans cheer before the start of the CAF African Champions League soccer match between Zamalek and Algeria's Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia in Petro Sport stadium, Cairo, Egypt, 9 April 2016 (Reuters)
Zamalek 2 - 0 Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia
Ayman Hefny of Egypt's Zamalek and Lyes Boukria and Morgan of Algeria's Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia in action during the CAF African Champions League soccer match between Zamalek and Algeria's Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia in Petro Sport stadium, Cairo, Egypt, 9 April 2016 (Reuters)
Zamalek 2 - 0 Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia
Hamoudi of Zamalek celebrates his goal with team mates during the CAF African Champions League soccer match between Zamalek and Algeria's Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia in Petro Sport stadium, Cairo, Egypt, 9 April 2016 (Reuters)
Zamalek 2 - 0 Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia
Mahmoud Kahraba of Egypt's Zamalek and Zidane Mebarakou of Algeria's Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia in action during the CAF African Champions League soccer match between Zamalek and Algeria's Mouloudia Olympique Bejaia in Petro Sport stadium, Cairo, Egypt, 9 April 2016 (Reuters)
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Thousands of supporters, many of whom belong to hardcore fan group Ultras White Knights, took their seats in the northern stands of Cairo's Petrosport Stadium and feverishly cheered on Zamalek in win over Algerian team

Zamalek were finally boosted by heavy fan support at home for the first time in months as they claimed a 2-0 home victory over Algeria's MO Bejaia to move close to a place in the African Champions League group stage on Saturday.

Football spectators have been more or less banned in Egypt's stadiums since February 2012 when 72 Ahly fans were killed during a regular league game in the Port Said Stadium massacre.

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