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PHOTO GALLERY: Egypt's Ahly lose first Arab Championship game


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General view of the stadium during the Arab Club Championship's opening ceremony. (Reuters)
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General view of the stadium during the opening ceremony of the Arab Club Championship. (Reuters)
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General view of the stadium during the Arab Club Championship's opening ceremony. (Reuters)
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Rami Rabia of Egypt's Al Ahly and Lucas Simon of Jordan's Al-Faisaly in action. (Reuters)
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Mido Gaber of Egypt's Al Ahly and Yasser Al-Rawashdeh of Jordan's Al-Faisaly in action. (Reuters)
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Walid Azaro of Egypt's Al Ahly and Ibrahim Al-Zawahreh of Jordan's Al-Faisaly in action. (Reuters)
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Fan of Egypt's Al Ahly cheer during the game. (Reuters)
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Amr Al Sulaya of Egypt's Al Ahly and Dominique Mendy of Jordan's Al-Faisaly in action. (Reuters)
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Fan of Jordan's Al-Faisaly cheer during the game. (Reuters)
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A fan of Egypt's Al Ahly reacts near empty seats after his team losing the game. (Reuters)
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Belal Qwaider of Jordan's Al-Faisaly celebrates after his team win the game. (Reuters)
Jul
23

Egyptian giants Ahly slumped to a 1-0 home defeat by Jordan's Al-Faisaly in their opening Arab Championship game on Saturday

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